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Everyday

Artist: Slade

Released in March 1974, this ballad was a departure from the foot-stomping stuff for which Slade had become known.  The vocal from Noddy Holder is bewitching and the augmented intervals in the second half of the verse make this a wickedly catchy song. As with all Holder vocals, it's ridiculously high, but Pete can cope if we drop it to B minor from the original E minor. A simple and thoroughly glorious piece of 70s schmaltz!