Everyday

Everyday or Every Day may refer to:

Albums
  • Everyday (Dave Matthews Band album), or the title song (see below), 2001
  • Everyday (Hillsong United album), or the title song, 1999
  • Everyday (Widespread Panic album), 1993
  • Everyday (EP), a EP by Girl's Day, 2011
  • Everyday, by Activ, 2007
  • Every Day (album), an album by The Cinematic Orchestra
Songs
  • "Everyday" (Bon Jovi song)
  • "Everyday" (Buddy Holly song)
  • "Everyday" (Dave Matthews Band song)
  • "Everyday" (OMD song)
  • "Everyday" (Oak Ridge Boys song)
  • "Everyday" (Phil Collins song)
  • "Everyday" (Slade song)
  • "Everyday (Rudebwoy)", a song by Kardinal Offishall
  • "Everyday", from the High School Musical 2 soundtrack
  • "Everyday", by b4-4 from b4-4
  • "Everyday", by Hussein Fatal from In the Line of Fire
  • "Everyday", by Scatman John from Take Your Time
  • "Every Day" (Rascal Flatts song), a song by Rascal Flatts
  • "Every Day (I Love You More)", a song by Jason Donovan
  • "Every Day", a song by AFX from Hangable Auto Bulb
  • "Every Day", a song by The Rasmus from Hell of a Tester
  • "Every Day", a song by Roxette from The Ballad Hits
Other
  • Everyday (video), a viral video produced by American photographer Noah Kalina, with a score by Carly Comando
  • Every Day (film), a 2010 comedy drama starring Liev Schreiber and Helen Hunt

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Famous quotes containing the word everyday:

    Ordinary time is “quality time” too. Everyday activities are not just necessities that keep you from serious child rearing: they are the best opportunities for learning you can give your child...because her chief task in her first three years is precisely to gain command of the day-to-day life you take for granted.
    Amy Laura Dombro (20th century)

    Towns are full of people, houses full of tenants, hotels full of guests, trains full of travelers, cafés full of customers, parks full of promenaders, consulting-rooms of famous doctors full of patients, theatres full of spectators, and beaches full of bathers. What previously was, in general, no problem, now begins to be an everyday one, namely, to find room.
    José Ortega Y Gasset (1883–1955)

    I always used to suffer a great deal if I let myself get too close to reality since the definitive world of the everyday with its hard edges and harsh light did not have enough resonance to echo the demands I made upon experience. It was as if I never experienced experience as experience. Living never lived up to the expectations I had of it—the Bovary syndrome.
    Angela Carter (1942–1992)