|"Son of Man"|
|Single by Phil Collins|
|from the album Tarzan: An Original Walt Disney Records Soundtrack|
|B-side||"You'll Be in My Heart"|
|Released||4 February 2000|
|Recorded||19 June 1998|
|Genre||Pop rock, soft rock|
|Phil Collins singles chronology|
"Son of Man" is a song by Phil Collins for the soundtrack of Disney's Tarzan . In the 1999 animated film, the song accompanies a montage in which Tarzan learns how to be an ape and progresses from childhood to adulthood. Along the way, he picks up skills from fellow jungle inhabitants--including a rhino, monkeys, and hippopotamuses--and duels with an African rock python. The song peaked at number 68 on the German Media Control Charts as well as at number 96 on the French Singles Chart.
The French (Enfant de l'homme), German (So ein Mann), Italian (In tuo figlio) and Spanish (Hijo de hombre) versions are all sung by Phil Collins.
|Chart (2000)||Peak |
|French Singles Chart||96|
|German Singles Chart||68|
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