"Everyday" as written by John M Shanks and Damon Johnson....
Don't keep me hangin' on a string
Tell me what I feel is no big thing
Don't turn away I'm listening
Over and over again

Don't give me visions to explain
There are no doubts I feel the strain
Of all my senses yearning
Over and over again

Every day I see you
Every day I need you
Every way I breathe you
On and on and on and on again... again

It's not important to wonder why
What is just is no more to imply
This simple thought repeating
Over and over again

Every day I see you
Every day I need you
Every way I breathe you
On and on and on and on again

Imagine all the ways to cope
I close my eyes, that gives me hope
It cures the silence

Every day I see you (see you)
Every day I need you (need you)
Every way I breathe you (breathe you)
On and on and on and on

Every day I see you (I see you)
Every day I need you (I need you)
Every way I breathe you (I breathe you)
On and on and on and on
On and on and on and on again, again


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"Every Day" as written by Thorsten Scheu Jasmine-dwan Marlene Johnson

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    General Commentthis song always reminds me of a friend of mine who stopped talking to me a while ago. it really bugged me that she was always around, which was a constant reminder that she didn't want me around. so yeah, that's my tragic story for the day.
    halfaliveon July 09, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI dont really exactly know what this song's about, even though Stevie didn't write it (John Shanks did), it's still a great song. Although, the lyrics ARE very fitting to Ms. Nicks' life!
    BlueCrystalMirroron July 15, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI don't know the meaning either but the song is so great.The music video is great and she is great.Her voice is also great !
    creed_rocks13on September 07, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI think Stevie wrote this song around the movie 'Great Expectations'. In the lyrics, "Don't keep me hangin' on a string" and "Everyday I see you", "Everyday I see you", she is making a comparison to the the character, Miss Havisham who had been jilted on her wedding day and forever remained broken hearted in old age.
    In Stevie's music video you can see comparisons to the movie with a large table adorned with a dusty candelabra, a banquet of decaying food and cobweb covered goblets. In the movie 'Great Expectations' we see the abandoned wedding table with elegant settings now tarnished and overgrown with vines.
    whyanbeelon June 15, 2013   Link

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