You Are Everything (album)

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You Are Everything
You Are Everything by David Hasselhoff.jpg
German cover art
Studio album by
ReleasedNovember 1993
GenrePop music, Pop rock, AOR, Europop, schlager
LabelAriola Records, BMG Records
ProducerAndreas Baertels, Axel Kroell, Bruce Swedien, Dietmar Kawohl, Mark Holden, Mats Bjoerklund, Michael Fallon, Michael Sembello, Peter Fallon, René Moore
David Hasselhoff chronology
Everybody Sunshine
(1992)
You Are Everything
(1993)
Crazy for You
(1994)
Singles from You Are Everything
  1. "Dance Dance d'Amour"
    Released: 1993
  2. "If I Could Only Say Goodbye"
    Released: 1993
  3. "The Best is Yet to Come"
    Released: 1994

You Are Everything is the seventh studio album by David Hasselhoff released in November 1993. The album peaked in the top twenty in Austria and Germany.

Track listing[edit]

CD
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Dance Dance D'Amour"Andreas Bärtels, David Hasselhoff, Dietmar Kawohl, Mark Holden, Nick Fogarty3:18
2."Miracle of Love"Bruce Fischer, Bruce Swedien, James Butler, René Moore4:45
3."Hot Shot City"Baertels, Hasselhoff, Holden, Mats Björklund, Fogarty3:48
4."Give Me Something Real"Axel Kroell, Holden3:44
5."Until the Last Teardrop Falls"Amy Jordan, Gerald O'Brien, Mark Jordan, Stephen Sexton5:29
6."Sunday Dreaming"Baertels, Joachim Heider, Fogarty3:14
7."Highway to Your Heart"Baertels, Kawohl, Fogarty3:38
8."You Are Everything"[Linda Epstein, Thom Bell3:55
9."If I Could Only Say Goodbye"James Berry, Michael Fallon, Peter Fallon4:10
10."Tighter and Tighter"Robert King, Tommy James4:55
11."Current of Love"Kevin Savigar, Todd Cerney4:13
12."Caribbean Partytime"David Milliner3:26
13."San Pedro's Children"Swedien, Jim Peterick, Moore4:27
14."A Star Looks Down Tonight"Baertels, Hasselhoff, Kawohl, Holden4:25
15."The Best is Yet to Come"Fischer, Swedien, Glen Ballard, Moore5:23

Charts[edit]

Chart (1993/94) Peak
position
Austrian Albums (Ö3 Austria)[1] 10
German Albums (Offizielle Top 100)[2] 20
Swiss Albums (Schweizer Hitparade)[3] 27

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