Warren Zevon: Keep Me In Your Heart (alternately known as VH1 InsideOut: Keep Me In Your Heart) was a television documentary about the creation of Warren Zevon's album The Wind and Zevon facing his terminal cancer diagnosis. The documentary was commissioned by the channel VH1 and was created by Nick Read. The documentary featured video recordings of Zevon and his staff performing, and showed a man who retained his mordant sense of humour, even as his health was deteriorating over time. The documentary helped draw attention to Zevon's illness, increased sales of The Wind, and contributed to the album's eventual Grammy wins and Zevon's lasting legacy. The documentary was named after one of the songs created for The Wind called "Keep Me in Your Heart".