Everywhere

Album: Everywhere (1997)
  • This was the second single and title track from Tim McGraw's fourth album. Music row mainstays Mike Reid and Craig Wiseman wrote the song.
  • McGraw broke down the song for the September 2010 American Express' "Pairings" event during which he provided the musical entertainment. He explained: "'Everywhere' was this real crucial time in my career. The story of the song is the love of your life that you can't get out of your head, no matter where you go. Essentially, you can travel all over the place - and us being gypsies as musicians are - we tend to be drawn to those kind of songs. I think that's a current theme in music… love and lost love and trying to get that love back."
  • Despite topping the Country chart, the song did not appear on McGraw's Greatest Hits album. It did, however, later feature on the singer's second Greatest Hits package, Reflected: Greatest Hits Vol. 2.

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