Who did The Living Daylights?

Who did The Living Daylights?

The Living Daylights (song)

“The Living Daylights”
Songwriter(s) Pål Waaktaar John Barry
Producer(s) Jason Corsaro Magne Furuholmen Pål Waaktaar John Barry
A-ha singles chronology
“Manhattan Skyline” (1987) “The Living Daylights” (1987) “Stay on These Roads” (1988)

What is the living daylights out of me?

phrase. If someone or something scares the living daylights out of you, they make you feel extremely scared. [informal] Synonyms: terrify, shock, frighten, scare More Synonyms of scare the living daylights out of. See full dictionary entry for daylights.


Agents and allies of the real-world SMERSH (the Soviet Union’s counterintelligence agency) were Bond’s primary opponents throughout most of Fleming’s books, but as time went on, Fleming opted to replace them with the fictional SPECTRE, who collectively became the most iconic Bond villains, thanks to the films.


In the films, SPECTRE usually replaced SMERSH as the main villains, although there is a brief reference to SMERSH in the second EON Bond film, From Russia with Love (1963).

What does the Living Daylights the living mean?

the living daylights the living end the living image of the living image of (someone or something) the long and (the) short of it the long and (the) short of the matter

What kind of music is in the movie The Living Daylights?

The soundtrack is notable for its introduction of sequenced electronic rhythm tracks overdubbed with the orchestra—at the time, a relatively new innovation. The title song of the film, “The Living Daylights”, was co-written with Paul Waaktaar-Savoy of the Norwegian pop-music group A-ha and recorded by the band.

What does it mean to beat the living daylights out of someone?

To beat the living daylights out of someone is to beat them severely, to the point where they lose consciousness. What’s the origin of the phrase ‘Beat the living daylights out of’?

Where did the movie The Living Daylights get its name?

Directed by John Glen, the film’s title is taken from Ian Fleming’s short story The Living Daylights, the plot of which also forms the basis of the first act of the film.