Ev'ry Day of My Life

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For the Michael Bolton album, see Everyday of My Life.

"Ev'ry Day of My Life" is a popular song written in 1954 by Al Jacobs and Jimmie Crane.

The most popular version of the song was recorded in 1972 by Bobby Vinton and released on Epic Records. Vinton reached the #2 spot on the Billboard A/C chart, and #24 on the Hot 100. It was awarded "Most Played Award" for 1972 by the Juke Box Association of America as well. The single release was Vinton's most successful single since the million-selling "I Love How You Love Me" in 1969, and spawned the album Ev'ry Day of My Life, which also charted on the Billboard 200 Albums chart, peaking at #72.

Two of the most popular versions of this song were recorded by Malcolm Vaughan and The McGuire Sisters. The Malcolm Vaughan version reached #5 on the UK singles chart in 1955, while The McGuire Sisters version charted at #37 on the US Billboard Hot 100 in 1956. Another version recorded was by Jerry Vale.