All along with Aerosmith, a full hand orchestra plays in sync along with the melody. As the capture progresses it reveals that the band is playing in abut of what appears to be the fictional Space Shuttle Abandon.
The shots interchange between the belt and Mission Control viewing the band singing via their monitors. Finally, the screen goes absent as a tearful Grace touches one of the monitors en route for reach out to her member of the clergy real life father Steven Tyler in the video; on-screen member of the clergy Harry Stamper, played by Bruce Willisin the film. Steven Tyler injured his knee the calendar day before the shoot, so they used many close-up shots anticipate to his limited movement. After that smoke surrounds the orchestra after that the members of Aerosmith at the same time as Freedom takes off from the launch pad. The video begins with shots of the moon in orbit and several asteroids passing by safely and after that a view of Earth ahead of zooming in to show Steven Tyler singing. As the capture progresses it reveals that the band is playing in abut of what appears to be the fictional Space Shuttle Abandon. Along with Aerosmith, a ample hand orchestra plays in sync with the melody. The capture was highly successful and awfully contributed to the song's accomplishment, receiving heavy airplay on MTV and went on to be converted into the second most popular capture ofonly behind Brandy and Monica's The Boy is Mine. It also appeared on the Japanese version of Just Push Act.