Every Little Kiss
|"Every Little Kiss"|
|Single by Bruce Hornsby and the Range|
|from the album The Way It Is|
|B-side||"The Red Plains"|
|Bruce Hornsby and the Range singles chronology|
The song was originally released as their debut single in early 1986. It peaked at number 72 on the Billboard Hot 100, at number 18 on Mainstream Rock Tracks, and at number 37 on the Adult Contemporary chart. It was re-released in 1987 after the success of The Way It Is and peaked at number 14 on the Hot 100 in July of that year. The introductory passage of the song quotes Charles Ives's work "The Alcotts".
|Netherlands (Dutch Top 40)||32|
|Billboard Hot 100||72|
|Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks||18|
|Billboard Adult Contemporary Chart||37|
|RPM Top Singles (Canada)||36|
|RPM Adult Contemporary||9|
|Billboard Hot 100||14|
|Billboard Adult Contemporary Chart||3|
In 2004, indie singer-songwriter Skott Freedman released a piano version of the song on his album Judge a Book.