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Music Trivia -> Same Title, Different Song -> Everyday

There's only so many unique two word or three word titles that can be invented before groups begin to recycle titles. There's nothing wrong with that of course, but it can be confusing if you're trying to sort out what song is a cover of another song. This section lists songs with identical titles, but different lyrics. To help us keep track of which songs are which, the first two lines of each unique song are listed.


The following are all the different songs that are titled "Everyday". Check out the index for more examples of songs that have Same Title, but a Different Song.

I used to be the kind of guy
Who'd never let you look inside
Submitted by: nally
Everyday, it's getting closer
Going faster than a roller coaster
(Note: This song was later covered by James Taylor.)
Submitted by: nally
Pick me up, love! (x2)
Hey, come on come on come on
Submitted by: nally
The Main Attraction
Everyday it's getting brighter
And everyday my load is lighter
Submitted by: S. Tim Wood
I got lost, couldn't find my way
and I guess there's nothing more to say
Submitted by: nally
Everyday when I'm away I'm thinking of you
Everyone can carry on except for we two
Submitted by: Julien Peter Benney

New entries in this section are currently reviewed by nally. Previous editors (if any) are listed on the editors page.


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