Everyday Now

"Everyday Now"
Single by Texas
from the album Southside
B-side "Waiting For the Fall"
Released 24 July 1989
Format CD Single, 7" & 12" vinyl
Recorded 1989
Genre Pop rock, alternative rock
Length 4:37
Label Phonogram
Writer(s) McElhone / Spiteri
Producer(s) Tim Palmer
Texas singles chronology
"Thrill Has Gone"
"Everyday Now"
"Prayer for You"

"Everyday Now" is a song by Scottish band Texas. It was first recorded for the band's 1989 EP of the same name, Everyday Now. It was released as a single on 24 July 1989[1] and is taken from the band's debut album Southside. The song debuted at #58 on the UK Singles Chart, peaking at #44, and as a result became the band's second single not to reach the UK Top 40 (although it did fare better than the previous single, "Thrill Has Gone"). The song has been described as "a bluesy ballad which drips with soul".[2]

A re-recorded version featured on their album The Greatest Hits, and a live version of the song was issued on the album The BBC Sessions.

Track listing

CD (TEX CD3) [3]

  1. "Everyday Now" - 4:37
  2. "Waiting For the Fall" - 3:37
  3. "Future is Promises" - 3:36
  4. "Fool For Love" - 4:05


Chart (1989) Peak
Australian Singles Chart[4] 52
French Singles Chart 25
UK Singles Chart[5] 44


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