Everything I've Known

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"Everything I've Known"
Single by Korn
from the album Take a Look in the Mirror
Released April 13, 2004
Promo only
Genre Nu metal, alternative metal[1]
Length 3:35
Label Immortal/Epic
Writer(s) Reginald Arvizu, Jonathan Davis, James Shaffer, David Silveria, Brian Welch
Producer(s) Jonathan Davis, Korn
Korn singles chronology
"Y'All Want a Single"
"Everything I've Known"
"Word Up!"

"Everything I've Known" is a song written and recorded by American rock band Korn for their sixth studio album, Take a Look in the Mirror. It was released as the album's fourth and final single in April 2004.


"That's about when you're fighting with your girlfriend, and how when you've been together for so long, things can just get shitty." – Jonathan Davis

The meaning of the song was further explained as somewhat of an emotional reaction to what is believed to be the decline of the music industry.[2]

Chart performance[edit]

"Everything I've Known" is the least successful Korn song on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Songs, peaking at number thirty in May 2004.[3]


Chart (2004) Peak
US Mainstream Rock Songs (Billboard)[3] 30

Music video[edit]

No official video was filmed for the song, although an animated video by Gregory Ecklund received moderate airplay on MTV2's Headbangers Ball.

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