Everybody Loves Somebody
Ken Lane
Irving Taylor
December 1947[1]

"Everybody Loves Somebody" was a song Frank Sinatra recorded during the Columbia years.[1]

Sinatra's rendition of the song was released as a single in 1948. This song was a B-side of the song "Just for Now" which peaked at #21 in 1948. "Everybody Loves Somebody" peaked at #25 in this year.[2]

History Edit

Though Sinatra was the first to record this song, the song was never a hit until 1964 in which the song was recorded by Dean Martin. Martin's rendition of the song became his signature song, and was advertised with Martin nearly everywhere within the next few years.

Lyrics Edit

Everybody loves somebody sometime
Everybody falls in love somehow
Something in your kiss just told me
(That) My sometime is now

Everybody finds somebody someplace
There's no telling where love may appear
Something in my heart keeps saying
(That) My someplace is here

If I had it in my power
I'd arrange for every girl to have your charm
Then every minute, every hour
Every boy would find what I've found in your arms

Everybody loves somebody sometime
And although my dream was overdue
Your love made it well worth waiting
For someone like you

References Edit

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