Bon jovi - runaway/she don't know me

The video for "Bed of Roses" begins with shots of Richie Sambora playing guitar high in the mountain tops, and then cuts to scenes of Jon alone in his hotel room, the band recording the song in the studio, and finally performing live on stage. Initially the video directors wanted Jon Bon Jovi to be on the mountain tops, but Jon said: "I was on top of a mountain in 'Blaze of Glory', send them" (Richie Sambora and David Bryan, who is seen playing the piano at the mountain top).

Bon Jovi's fifth album Keep the Faith released in 1992 marked a change in the band's sound. The album managed to reach Double Platinum status by the RIAA [4] and debuted at #1 in both UK and Australia. In US, it produced the Top 10 hit " Bed of Roses " while the title track hit number one on the Mainstream Rock Tracks . [5] In 1994, Bon Jovi released a 'greatest hits' album with two new tracks, titled Cross Road , which was the best-selling album in UK for 1994. The first single from the compilation, " Always ", spent six months on the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100, certified platinum in the US and became Bon Jovi's highest selling single. [8] The compilation album would be the last release to feature bass player Alec John Such .

For the Russian and CIS release Olivia d'Abo 's part in Livin' on a Prayer was recorded by Russian superstar Alsou in Bon Jovi's studio. This version was played on Russian radio stations to promote the release and got great reviews by Bon Jovi fans, but Olivia's version appeared on the Russian CD due to Universal Music Russia's decision.

Bon Jovi - Runaway/She Don't Know Me