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|Single by Buckcherry|
|from the album 15|
|Released||January 23, 2007|
|Label||Eleven Seven Music, Atlantic|
|Songwriter(s)||Josh Todd, Keith Nelson|
|Producer(s)||Mike Plotnikoff, Paul DeCarli, Keith Nelson|
|Buckcherry singles chronology|
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"Everything" was one of Buckcherry's best hits to date. It has reached No. 6 on Mainstream Rock Tracks, No. 23 on Modern Rock Tracks, No. 17 on Bubbling Under Hot 100, and No. 50 on Canadian Hot 100.
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