"Every Night" as written by Daniel Coulter Reynolds, Daniel Wayne Sermon and Benjamin Arthur Mckee....
I'm coming home to you
Every night every night every night every night

I'm the colorless sunrise
That's never good enough
I'm the wind that's in your head
It ruffles you up
You could find the reason
You could let me know
I won't blame you
I'll just turn and go

I'm coming home to you
Every night every night every night every night
I'm coming home to you
Every night every night every night every night

My mind is made up
My feelings changed and
I'm coming home to you
Every night every night every night every night

Searching to find myself
And all I find is you
I could hardly stand myself
So what am I to you?
You could find a reason
You could let me know
I won't blame you
I just didn't go

I'm coming home to you
Every night every night every night every night
Coming home to you
Every night every night every night every night

My mind is made up
My feelings changed and
I'm coming home to you
Every night every night every night every night

No matter, no matter
No matter what we're facing
It don't matter, it don't matter
'Cause the reason that I'm here
Is the same through all these years
Not changing, not changing anything at all

I'm coming home to you (I'm coming home)
Every night every night every night every night
Coming home to you (I'm coming home)
Every night every night every night every night

My mind is made up
My feelings changed and
I'm coming home to you (I'm coming home)
Every night every night every night every night


Lyrics submitted by iceblink-luck, edited by Boofernut

"Every Night" as written by Daniel Coulter Reynolds Benjamin Arthur Mckee

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  • +11
    General CommentI don't know when/if songmeanings will correct these, so here are the correct lyrics (from the booklet) that I originally submitted and were somehow overwritten:

    I'm coming home to you
    Every night...
    I'm the colorless sunrise
    That's never good enough
    I'm the wind that's in your hair
    That ruffles you up
    If you can find a reason
    You can let me know
    I won't blame you
    I'll just turn and go
    I'm coming home to you
    Every night...
    Coming home to you
    Every night...
    My mind is made up
    Nothing could change that
    I'm coming home to you
    Every night...
    Searching to find myself
    But all I find is you
    I can hardly stand myself
    So what am I to you?
    If you can find a reason
    You could let me know
    I won't blame you
    I'll just turn and go
    I'm coming home to you
    Every night...
    Coming home to you
    Every night...
    My mind is made up
    Nothing could change that
    I'm coming home to you
    Every night...
    No matter, no matter
    No matter what we're facing
    It don't matter, don't matter
    'Cause the reason that I'm here
    Is the same through all these years
    Not changing, not changing
    Anything at all
    I'm coming home to you
    Every night...
    Coming home to you
    Every night...
    My mind is made up
    Nothing could change that
    I'm coming home to you
    Every night...
    iceblink-luckon February 05, 2013   Link
  • +11
    My InterpretationI think it's about a man who doesn't think someone loves him anymore and he's worth nothing, he states "I'm the wind that's in your hair" or, in other words in their life. He wants them to admit it to him, because he can't stand "coming home to... [them] ...every night."
    He doesn't understand why they won't tell him "you can let me know", "I'll turn and go." "My mind is made up" even if they won't tell him, he will stay with her. In the first verse he sounds agrviated, because he, again comes home to someone who doesn't love him. The background after "every night" and the instrumental hints drama. He understands why she is afraid, just like he is, because "all I find is you" they don't know what they'll be without each other. Finally he asks "so what am I to you?" "Why do I come home to you every night instead of leave?"I think the lover say that they need him. "No matter what were facing" or "it doesn't matter what we're facing" they need him there. "the reason that I'm here is the same through all these years" he realizes why he never left. That part and "not changing anything at all" is very upbeat, suggesting he is happy not changing, especially "my mind is made up nothing can change that'. So now he's happy coming home to them "every night".
    13mkingon July 16, 2014   Link
  • 0
    My InterpretationIf you've ever been depressed and in love with someone, there's always that voice in the back of your mind that you'll never be good enough for this person and that you're unloveable. You always doubt whether or not that person really loves you and you honestly wouldn't blame them if they didn't love you because you don't even love yourself ("I can hardly stand myself so what am I to you?").

    Towards the end of the song I think that he realizes that this person really does love him for who he is and whatever life throws at them, he's going to stick with her through the good and the bad and will always come home to her ("No matter what we're facing, it don't matter").

    Again that's my interpretation I could be completely off but there it is.
    carlyrhon April 15, 2016   Link
  • 0
    General CommentWhat I love about imagine dragons is every song has its own meaning for everyone.
    Skidelyon September 04, 2016   Link
  • -4
    My OpinionThe only song by Imagine Dragons that I absolutely cannot stand! I just hate it. Awful. Deleted it from the album and I am going to pretend that it never existed. Sorry if you like this, but I don't. Love ImagineD otherwise, though!
    MollyTheCursedon September 30, 2012   Link

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