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"Everyone's in Love with You"
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Single by The Beach Boys
from the album 15 Big Ones
B-side "Susie Cincinnati"
Released November 8, 1976 [1]
Format Vinyl
Recorded Unknown
Genre Rock
Length 2 min 42 sec
Label Brother Records
Producer(s) Brian Wilson
The Beach Boys singles chronology

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"Everyone's in Love with You" is a song written by Mike Love for the American rock band The Beach Boys. It was released on their 1976 album 15 Big Ones. The subject of this song refers to the Maharishi. The song was later re-recorded in 2004 for Mike Love's abandoned Mike Love Not War album. The song was also played live by the Mike Love and Bruce Johnston led Beach Boys during their 2004 European tour.

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  1. ^ Badman, Keith. The Beach Boys. The Definitive Diary of America's Greatest Band: On Stage and in the Studio Backbeat Books, San Francisco, California, 2004. ISBN 0-87930-818-4 p. 369