Everything (Michael Bublé song)
|Single by Michael Bublé|
|from the album Call Me Irresponsible|
|B-side||"These Foolish Things (Remind Me Of You)"|
|Released||April 23, 2007|
|Format||CD single, digital download|
|Label||143 Records, Reprise|
|Writer(s)||Michael Bublé, Alan Chang, Amy Foster-Gilles|
|Michael Bublé singles chronology|
"Everything" is a song recorded by Canadian singer Michael Bublé, and released as the lead single from his third major-label studio album, Call Me Irresponsible. Unlike most of Bublé's previous material, the song carries an adult contemporary sound.
Bublé wrote the lyrics of "Everything" for his then girlfriend Emily Blunt. He later explained: "I wrote the song about the great happiness of real love, but at the same time I was making a statement about the world. We’re living in really crazy times, and I wanted to say that no matter what’s happening, this person in my life is what really makes it worthwhile." Unlike Bublé's other work, this song strays away from being big band oriented, and carries a more adult contemporary sound, carrying some elements of pop and rock. It is completely devoid of a horn section, as well as being guitar driven. A piano and an acoustic guitar carry the main melody of the song, with electric guitars audible in the chorus. Bublé's vocal arrangement is also different from his previous material; his voice often makes big interval changes in most of his material, but his voice in this particular song is projected smoothly without going into loud intervals. It is comparable to his previous hit, and adult contemporary single, "Home", from the album It's Time.
The music video for the song features scenes of Bublé performing the song into a mic, as well as holding an open audition for actors and entertainers to appear in the video, finally choosing the right candidate at the end. The video was posted on the popular video sharing site YouTube, where to date it has received over forty-three million hits. Bono makes a cameo appearance in the video. In Italy, the song topped the digital singles chart in April 2007, before reaching the top of the overall singles chart over a year later in June 2008.
- UK CD single #1 / 7" vinyl
- "Everything" (Album Version) - 3:36
- "Home" (American Remix) - 4:04
- UK CD single #2
- "Everything" (Album Version) - 3:36
- "These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You)" - 4:48
- "Everything" (Alternative Mix) - 3:30
|Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40)||34|
|Belgium (Ultratip Flanders)||2|
|Belgium (Ultratip Wallonia)||4|
|Canada (Canadian Hot 100)||10|
|Europe (European Hot 100 Singles)||29|
|Hungary (Rádiós Top 40)||9|
|Netherlands (Dutch Top 40)||9|
|Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade)||28|
|UK Singles (Official Charts Company)||38|
|US Billboard Hot 100||46|
|US Adult Top 40 (Billboard)||31|
|US Adult Contemporary (Billboard)||1|
|US Jazz Songs (Billboard)||12|
|Australian Singles Chart||87|
- List of number-one adult contemporary singles of 2007 (U.S.)
- List of number-one digital songs of 2007 (Italy)
- List of number-one hits of 2008 (Italy)
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