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|Written by||Michael Bublé, Alan Chang and Amy Foster-Gilles|
At least by bringing out "Everything", Michael Bublé can no longer be accused of being a one-hit wonder. Nevertheless, it would probably take many billions of listens to "Everything" to outweigh the over-the-top airplay given to his earlier hit "Home". Frankly it's not a prospect I relish, as much as I would like to banish "Home" from my mind forever.
Slightly more upbeat than "Home", "Everything" nevertheless seems even more bland and has very little going for it. As a result there is something utterly unconvincing about the jump to the gear change here, where he sings about "this crazy life". It's really not that crazy. It's just frickin' dull.