However, it is the second (charting) single that is more interesting (to me, at least). "I've Done Everything for You" was another top 10 hit for Springfield, but is actually a cover of a Sammy Hagar song. The song was originally released on Hagar's 1978 live album, All Night Long, and apparently Hagar had been performing it since 1977. A Sammy Hagar studio version was released in 1982 (on the Rematch album), in order to attempt to generate momentum in the aftermath of "I've Done Everything" becoming a big hit.
While Rematch was not a big hit, Sammy Hagar's career did take off in 1981, perhaps partly due to the Springfield cover. Of course, Rick Springfield would go on to have tremendous success in the 1980's, with 4 consecutive top 20 records.
As an aside, I think Springfield does a fine job on the cover, which sounds more polished than the original.
Note that the Sammy Hagar version is louder (!) so you might want to turn down the volume a bit ...
Cool trivia fact: Rick Springfield played a sex and drug addicted version of himself on the cable TV show Californication, which gets ERV's highest recommendation.