“Everywhere” is a song by the British-American rock band Fleetwood Mac. It was released in November 1987 with “When I See You Again” on the B-side as the fourth single from their fourteenth studio album, “Tango in the Night”. The song is notable for its upbeat and catchy pop sound, incorporating elements of the band’s signature rock and pop-rock styles.
“Everywhere” features the distinctive vocals of Christine McVie, who also wrote the song. The lyrics convey a sense of romantic longing and the desire to be close to a loved one. The chorus, with its infectious melody, adds to the song’s overall feel-good vibe.
There are two versions of the music video for “Everywhere”. The first one is a visual depiction of Alfred Noyes’s poem “The Highwayman” and features Christine McVie, John McVie, and Mick Fleetwood over the story. The second version doesn’t feature the band band members.
The single “Everywhere” achieved commercial success, reaching high chart positions in several countries, incl. #1 on Adult Contemporary charts in the United States and Canada. Its popularity was further enhanced by its use in various TV shows, movies, and commercials over the years. The song has become one of Fleetwood Mac’s well-loved and enduring hits, contributing to the band’s overall legacy in the realm of rock and pop music.