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Down Deep Inside

"Down Deep Inside (Theme From "The Deep")"
Single by Donna Summer
from the album The Deep (Soundtrack)
B-side Theme from "The Deep" (Instrumental)
Released August 1977
Format 7" single
Genre Disco
Length 4:23
Label Casablanca
Writer(s) Donna Summer, John Barry
Producer(s) John Barry
Donna Summer singles chronology
"Shut Out"
(1977)
"Down Deep Inside (Theme From "The Deep")"
(1977)
"I Remember Yesterday"
(1977)

"Down Deep Inside" is the theme song from the 1977 film The Deep. The film's score was written by British composer John Barry and the lyrics to the main theme were added by disco singer Donna Summer. The track was released as a single and became a hit in some European countries, including the U.K. The film soundtrack LP also contained a slower tempo version of the song,[1] and an extended version of the original later appeared on a CD version of Summer's 1978 Live and More album.

Charts

The song was nominated for a Golden Globe Award[2] and a hit on the US Dance Chart, as well as a top-five hit in the UK, and a top-ten hit in the Netherlands.

Chart (1977) Peak
Position
Dutch Top 40 6
Netherlands GfK chart 5[3]
UK Singles Chart 5[4]
US Billboard Dance Music/Club Play Singles 3[5]

References

  1. ^ Joe Viglione. Allmusic review"The Deep (Original Soundtrack)".  
  2. ^ "The Deep"List of awards & nominations for .  
  3. ^ "Dutch charts archive".  
  4. ^ "UK charts archive". chartstats.com. Retrieved 2010-11-19. 
  5. ^ "List of US chart positions for Donna Summer".  
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