Everyone (Van Morrison song)

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"Everyone"
Song by Van Morrison
from the album Moondance
Released February 1970
Genre Baroque Pop
Length 3:31
Label Warner Bros. Records
Songwriter(s) Van Morrison
Producer(s) Van Morrison and Lewis Merenstein
Moondance track listing

"Everyone" is the penultimate track on Van Morrison's 1970 album Moondance.

The song is the fastest on the album. It is in 12/8 time and features more prominent acoustic guitar than other tracks on Moondance where the piano is the main instrument. A notable feature of the intro is a clavinet. A hard but sparse drumbeat is offset by a melody played on the flute throughout the song, including a solo after the second chorus.

Morrison has said "'Everyone' is just a song of hope, that's what that is."[1]

The song was used for the final shot of the film The Royal Tenenbaums,[2] but did not appear on any of the film's soundtrack releases.

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  1. ^ Yorke. Into the Music, p.80
  2. ^ "Van Morrison filmography". imdb.com. Retrieved 2008-09-02. 

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