(1978) Cheap Trick - Surrender
"Surrender" is a single by Cheap Trick released in June 1978 from the album Heaven Tonight.
It is a late 1970s teen anthem, describing the relations between the baby boomer narrator and his G.I. generation parents. The narrator describes how his parents are weirder and hipper than many children would believe. For example, the narrator describes how he discovers his parents "rolling on the couch" and listening to his Kiss records late at night. It is ranked #465 on the Rolling Stone magazine's list of "the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time".
In film, it was featured in 1979's Over the Edge in the scene where Matt Dillon's character and his three teen friends were playing with a handgun in an abandoned home. It also figured into the iconic 80s high school classic, Fast Times at Ridgemont High, where it is mentioned by ticket scalper Mike Damone while he is attempting to hustle a girl.Source