Everybody hurts is a popular song by the band R.E.M.
Everybody hurts by R.E.M. is a great song that was released on the album Automatic for the People in 1992.
It was the eighth studio album of the band.
The album version of the song has a length of 5 minutes and 20 seconds.
Most of the song was written by Bill Berry, the drummer of the band.
The song has a hard mission: to encourage people who are in suffering or depression and to help them flip away all the negative thoughts.
Everybody hurts is a very expressive song in which anyone can feel kindness and it also tries to give some hope to everyone who is facing tough times, as can be seen in the following lyrics:
When your day is night alone (hold on, hold on)
If you feel like letting go (hold on)
When you think you've had too much of this life, well hang on
At the end of the song, it is said that Everybody hurts, a fact that everyone should understand, that we are not the only ones (You are not alone), and we can get over that, by holding on.
The music video was directed by Jack Scott, in which the band’s members are caught in a traffic jam on a bridge on the Interstate 10 highway in San Antonio, Texas.
In the video, people are shown in other cars and their thoughts appear on screen subtitled.
Everybody hurts is scored for piano, vocal, and guitar.
The free Everybody Hurts piano sheets are ranged from D4 to A5.
The song has reached really high popularity. It has been chosen No. 29 in U.S. Billboard Hot 100, No. 8 in Canadian Singles Charts, No. 7 in U.K Singles Chart, No. 6 in Irish and Australian Singles Charts, No. 3 in French Singles Charts, all in 1993.
The free Everybody Hurts piano sheet music is composed in the key of D.
In 2010, after the Haiti earthquake, Everybody hurts has been chosen as a charity single, which is performed by many artists like Leona Lewis, Rod Steward, Mariah Carey, Mika, Michael Bublé, Joe McElderry, Miley Cyrus, James Blunt, and others.