Everybody's Someone

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"Everybody's Someone"
Single by LeAnn Rimes
from the album Whatever We Wanna & Set in Stone
Released September 25, 2006 (UK)
January 4, 2007 (Australia)
Format CD single, Digital download
Recorded 2006
Genre Pop, country
Length 3:39
Label Curb Records, Sony Music Australia
Writer(s) Martin Sutton, Chris Neil
Producer(s) Dan Huff
LeAnn Rimes singles chronology
"Strong"
(2006)
"Everybody's Someone"
(2006)
"Some People"
(2006)
Brian McFadden chronology
"Demons"
(2005)
"Everybody's Someone"
(2006)
"Like Only a Woman Can"
(2007)

"Everybody's Someone" is the second single taken from American singer LeAnn Rimes' album Whatever We Wanna. The track features vocals from former Westlife singer Brian McFadden. The song also appeared on the Australian version of McFadden's second studio album, Set in Stone, and was released as the album's first single in Australia on January 4, 2007. The song peaked at #28 on the Irish Singles Chart, and at #47 on the UK Singles Chart, as well as peaking at #60 on the ARIA Singles Chart. The Australian version of the single featured extra tracks by McFadden, however, the British single features remixes of Rimes' previous hits.

Track listing[edit]

UK CD1
  1. "Everybody's Someone" (Gateway Mix) - 3:42 (Martin Sutton, Chris Neil)
  2. "Probably Wouldn't Be This Way" (Dan Huff Remix) - 3:40 (John Kennedy, Tammi Kidd)
UK CD2
  1. "Everybody's Someone" (Gateway Mix) - 3:42 (Martin Sutton, Chris Neil)
  2. "Nothing About Love Makes Sense" - 2:55 (Gary Burr, Joel Fenney, Kylie Sackley)
  3. "And It Feels Like" (Hi Tack's It Feels Damn Good Remix) - 6:00 (Steve Robson, Thom Shuyler)
  4. "Everybody's Someone" (Video)
Australian CD
  1. "Everybody's Someone" (Gateway Mix) - 3:42 (Martin Sutton, Chris Neil)
  2. "Auf Wiedersehen Bitch" - 4:08 (Brian McFadden, Guy Chambers)
  3. "Hole In The Sky" - 3:32 (Brian McFadden, Guy Chambers)
  4. "Everybody's Someone" (Video)

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2006) Peak
position
Ireland (IRMA)[1] 27
UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[2] 48

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