Every One Of Us

Album: The Best Of Me (2019)
  • This is a brand new song recorded by Rick Astley for his compilation album The Best Of Me. The song's message is that we all have something to give, even if it doesn't always feel like we do.
  • Astley told The Sun that he feels very fortunate that he is able to show what he has to offer by going on a stage. "But somebody who works in a hospital is way more valid than what I do," he added, "but they don't get to sing and shout about it."
  • Astley not only wrote and produced the song, but he also plays all of the instruments himself.


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