Every Day With You, Girl

Album: Greatest Hits (1969)
Charted: 19
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  • This was the follow-up to "Traces," about a girl who's so wonderful, every day with her is a man's best day ever. >>
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    Mike - Santa Barbara, CA

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  • Seventhmist from 7th HeavenI always liked to think this involves the same couple from "Traces," which has reconciled and moved toward marriage.
  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyPer: http://www.oldiesmusic.com/news.htm
    Songwriter, producer and publisher Buddy Buie died Saturday (July 18th, 2015) after suffering a heart attack in Eufaula, Alabama, where he lived...
    Born in Dothan, Alabama, Buddy is best remembered for writing hits for the Classics IV like "Spooky" (#3-1968), "Traces" (#2-1969) and "Everyday With You Girl" (#19-1969) and the Atlanta Rhythm Section, including "So In To You" (#7-1977) and "Imaginary Lover" (#7-1978); all of which he also produced and published...
    He was selected for both the Georgia and Alabama Music Halls of Fame...
    May he R.I.P.
  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn April 27th 1969, "Everyday With You, Girl" by the Classics IV featuring Dennis Yost entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart at position #74; and on June 8th it peaked at #19 (for 2 weeks) and spent 11 weeks on the Top 100...
    It reached #12 on Billboard's Adult Contemporary Tracks chart...
    The quartet had three Top 10 hits and all three had one word titles; "Spooky" (#3 in 1968), "Stormy" (#5 in 1968), and "Traces" (#2 for 1 week in 1969)...
    The week that "Traces" was at #2, the #1 record was "Dizzy" by Tommy Roe (another one word titled record).
  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyThis was their fifth charted record and they were billed as 'The Classics IV featuring Dennis Yost'.
    After "Every Day With You, Girl" it was changed to 'Dennis Yost and The Classics Four'... {Maybe they should have stayed with the original name, for they never peaked higher than #39 under their new name}
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