Everlasting Love (Howard Jones song)

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"Everlasting Love"
Howard Jones - Everlasting Love.jpg
Single by Howard Jones
from the album Cross That Line
Released 20 February 1989
Format 7", 12", cassette single, CD
Genre Synthpop, college rock, new wave
Length 4:16
Label WEA UK
Elektra Records US
Writer(s) Howard Jones, Ian Stanley
Producer(s) Chris Hughes, Ross Cullum, Ian Stanley
Howard Jones singles chronology
"Little Bit of Snow"
(1987)
"Everlasting Love"
(1989)
"The Prisoner"
(1989)

"Everlasting Love" is the title of a popular song originally written and recorded by the British singer-songwriter Howard Jones.

Released as the first single from Jones' 1989 album Cross That Line, "Everlasting Love" reached #12 in the United States on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the early summer of that year,[1] and also peaked at #19 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart,[2] the first of only two singles to appear there. It also spent two weeks at #1 on the US adult contemporary chart, the singer's second chart-topper on this tally (following "No One Is to Blame" from 1986).[3] In his native UK, where Jones had enjoyed numerous pop hits, "Everlasting Love" failed to have as much of an impact as earlier singles, and it stalled at #62 on the UK Singles Chart.[4] The song was co-produced by ex-Tears for Fears band member Ian Stanley.

This was the first of Howard Jones' singles to be released on CD.

Track listing[edit]

7" & cassette
  1. "Everlasting Love" - 4:20
  2. "The Brutality Of Fact" - 4:27
12"
  1. "Everlasting Love (808 Mix)" - 6:28
  2. "Everlasting Love" - 4:20
  3. "The Brutality Of Fact" - 4:27
  4. "Power Of The Media" - 4:47
3" CD
  1. "Everlasting Love" - 4:20
  2. "The Brutality Of Fact" - 4:27
  3. "Power Of The Media" - 4:47
  4. "No One Is To Blame" - 4:13
Limited Edition 3" CD
  1. "Everlasting Love (The Institute Mix)" - 4:48
  2. "Hide And Seek (Orchestral)" - 7:09
  3. "Conditioning (Live In Philadelphia)" - 5:26

Chart positions[edit]

Year Chart Position
1989 US Billboard Hot 100[1] 12
US Hot Modern Rock Tracks[2] 19
US Adult Contemporary[3] 1
UK Singles Chart[4] 62
Australian Singles Chart[5][6] 91

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Preceded by
"Miss You Like Crazy" by Natalie Cole
Billboard Adult Contemporary (chart) number-one single
June 10, 1989 (2 weeks)
Succeeded by
"If You Don't Know Me by Now" by Simply Red