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Submit Cancel. At the close of the decade, in December , Seger restated his assertion that he rewote the lyrics in the verses. The guitar solo was contributed by a teenage passerby, Howie McDonald. Originally, the Silver Bullet Band was displeased with its inclusion on Stranger in Town , claiming, according to Seger, that the song was not "Silver Bullety". However, upon hearing audience reactions to it during their tour in Europe, the band grew to like the song. The song was featured in the film Risky Business , starring Tom Cruise.
Cruise's character, Joel Goodson, famously lip-syncs and dances in his underwear as this song plays after his parents leave him home alone. In , the song was also featured in the TV series ALF , in a caricature of the aforementioned Tom Cruise scene, in which Alf has similarly been left home alone and trashes the house. It was also used in the teaser trailer for Garfield: The Movie. It was re-released in after its inclusion in the film Risky Business and reached number 48 on the Billboard chart.
Billboard Magazine felt that the song's highlights are Seger's "rough-edged vocals and the power charged instrumentation. In Australia, the song was released twice and charted for a total of 55 weeks. The first run was in after its use in the film Risky Business , reaching number 53 on the charts.
The second run saw it reach number 3 in late Pop singer Ronnie Dove recorded the song in It was issued as the B side to his single "Heart". It later appeared on his album From the Heart. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Billboard Hot  28 U. Billboard Hot  48 U. Retrieved February 12, Denver Post December 16, A Future Publishing, The Independent.