Album: Cradlesong (2009)
Charted: 59


  • This is the second single from Matchbox Twenty frontman Rob Thomas' second solo album, Cradlesong.
  • This piano-based power ballad finds a couple in love trying to overcome some difficulties. It is a song of hope that someday they will work through their problems.
  • Thomas wrote this song with Grammy Award winning producer Matt Serletic, with whom Thomas has collaborated before-Serletic helmed the first three Matchbox Twenty albums. R&B producer Shy Carter, who has also worked with Ashanti and Nelly, has a writing credit as well.
  • This song featured in promo spots for NBC's 2009 fall season of The Biggest Loser.
  • This struck a chord in the gay community at a time when same-sex marriage was still illegal throughout the majority of the US. Rob Thomas told Songfacts in 2020: "I was really proud that a lot of the LGBTQ groups saw 'Someday' as a song about what they were facing and I was happy to have something that was embraced by that community."

Comments: 2

  • Lacey from Chicago, Ilthis song is amazing.
    i listen to it all the time.
  • Courtney from Zanesville, Ohlove this song!! All his song!
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