Why Couldn't It Be Christmas Every Day?
|"Why Couldn't It Be Christmas Every Day?"|
|Single by Bianca Ryan|
|from the album Bianca Ryan and Christmas Everyday!|
|Released||December 1, 2006|
|Format||Digital download, CD single|
|Length||4:05 (Bianca Ryan)
4:36 (Christmas Everyday!)
|Writer(s)||Jay Landers, Walter Afanasieff|
|Bianca Ryan singles chronology|
"Why Couldn't It Be Christmas Every Day?" is a song by Bianca Ryan from her self-titled debut album. Though not officially released as a single by Columbia Records, radio stations in several countries played the song in 2006 as part of their Christmas-themed programming. During the week of December 12, "Why Couldn't It Be Christmas Every Day?" reached #1 on Radio & Records' Netherlands Top 20 Chart. It has also reached #15 on the official Dutch Top 40.
A longer remix was included on the promotional EP Christmas Everyday! (2006) and retitled "Why Couldn't It Be Christmas Everyday?"
"Why Couldn't It Be Christmas Every Day?" was recorded in 2006. It was written by Jay Landers and Walter Afanasieff and produced by the latter. The original song was released as a second single from Bianca Ryan and the lead single from her Christmas Everyday! EP. The song was a hit in the Netherlands, peaking at number 1 on its Top 20 chart.
|Country||Peak Position  |
|Dutch Dutch Top 40 Chart||15|
|Dutch Mega Top 50 Chart||52|
|Dutch Radio & Records' Netherlands Top 20 Chart||1|
|Dutch Single Top 100||32|
The song also was released as a music video by Sony BMG. The video mainly shows Ryan singing in the same environment throughout the whole video. As the video progresses, Ryan is found holding or playing with various holiday props, or anything on the setting. In addition, she simply sings into a microphone the whole time as artificial snow is sprinkled down onto her.
- "Bianca Ryan: Why Couldn't it Be Christmas Every Day?". aCharts.us. Retrieved November 21, 2014.
- "Dutch Single Top 100". Dutch Charts. December 29, 2007. Retrieved November 21, 2014.
- Unterberger, Andrew (December 22, 2016). "The Best Holiday Song From Each of the Last 50 Years: Critic's Take". Billboard. Retrieved December 28, 2016.
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