“Tomorrow Never Dies” is a song by Sheryl Crow, which was the theme song to the 18th James Bond film of the same name. The song, co-written by Crow, became her fifth UK Top 20 hit, peaking at #12 in 1997.
Another song, “Tomorrow Never Dies”, written by composer David Arnold and performed by k.d. lang, was originally produced as the official theme tune. When Crow’s song became the official theme the k.d. lang song was relegated to the end credits, and renamed to “Surrender”. The melody of “Surrender” still remains in Arnold’s score.
Golden Globe Awards (1998): Best Original Song, losing to My Heart Will Go On by James Horner & Will Jennings.
Grammy Awards (1999): Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television, losing to My Heart Will Go On by James Horner & Will Jennings. – adapted from Wikipedia
2-track CD Single
1. “Tomorrow Never Dies” (Sheryl Crow, Mitchell Froom) – 4:47
2. “Strong Enough” (Bill Bottrell, David Baerwald, Crow, Kevin Gilbert, Brian MacLeod, David Ricketts) – 3:10
European CD Single
1. “Tomorrow Never Dies” (Crow, Froom) – 4:47
2. “The Book” (Crow, Jeff Trott) – 4:34
3. “No One Said It Would Be Easy” (Bottrell, Crow, Gilbert, Dan Schwartz) – 5:29
4. “Ordinary Morning” (Crow) – 3:55