"Hang in Long Enough" is a single performed by Phil Collins and released in 1990 from the album ...But Seriously. It was the last single from the album. The song reached the #23 spot on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and #34 on the UK Singles Chart.
This rhythmic song was accompanied by a video whose story is set in the year 1912, it makes reference to the Titanic's disaster due the fact that all people appearing on it is inside of the cruise. It used stock footage from the movie A Night to Remember about the ship's sinking to link it with the song's storyline.
However, the ship is mentioned as the S. S. Udio (a humorous reference to the song "Sussudio") by the host at the start. Then, the Phoenix Horns start playing the initial chords and Collins appears on stage to perform the whole song while the audience becomes shocked by the set design and the musicians' costumes. (Throughout the video Collins and the musicians (and the stage they are on) are shown in bright, vivid colour film, while everything else is in black and white - even in the same frame.)
At the second verse of "Hang in Long Enough" the S. S. Udio starts sinking after hitting the iceberg and at the final chords, the band...