|"Everything in My Heart"|
|Single by Corey Hart|
|from the album Boy in the Box|
|B-side||"Sunny Place - Shady People"|
|Studio||Le Studio, Morin Heights, Quebec|
|Label||Aquarius (CAN), EMI America (U.S.)|
|Producer(s)||Phil Chapman, Jon Astley and Corey Hart|
|Corey Hart singles chronology|
"Everything in My Heart" is a song by Canadian singer Corey Hart. It was released in November 1985 as the third single from his second album, Boy in the Box . The song was number-one for one week in Canada but only reached number 30 on the Billboard Hot 100.
The music video was directed by Rob Quartly and was filmed in Boston.
|Canada Top Singles (RPM) ||1|
|US Billboard Hot 100 ||30|
|US Billboard Adult Contemporary ||39|
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