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Hunter Hayes: Everybody's Got Somebody But Me Meaning

Song Released: 2013


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I wish the couple on the corner would just get a room
Seems like everyone around me's on their honeymoon
I'd love to take a pin to a heart-shaped balloon
Everybody's got somebody but me

Well I don't know how I landed on this movie set
It's...

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    Oct 30th, 2013 10:49am report


    Everybody's Got Somebody but Me" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Hunter Hayes for his eponymous debut album, Hunter Hayes (2011). While recording new material for (Encore), the expanded re-issue of his debut, Hayes also re-recorded three of the tracks, including a new duet version of "Everybody's Got Somebody but Me" featuring guest vocals by pop singer Jason Mraz. Hayes specifically sought to include Mraz on the record because the songwriters felt it "sounded so much like" his music.[1] Atlantic Nashville released the Encore version of the song as the fifth single from the album, and second from the (Encore) edition, on September 3, 2013.




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