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"Everytime" is a song by American singer Britney Spears from her fourth studio album, In the Zone (2003). It was released as the third single from In the Zone on May 10, 2004, by Jive Records. After her relationship with Justin Timberlake ended in 2002, Spears became friends with her background singer Annet Artani. They started writing songs together at Spears' house in Los Angeles, and then traveled to Lombardy, Italy, where they collaborated on "Everytime". Musically, it is a piano-driven pop ballad, which lyrically plea for forgiveness for inadvertently hurting a former lover. Spears composed the music herself and wrote the lyrics with Artani. According to Artani, it was written as a response to Timberlake's 2003 hit "Cry Me a River", which Spears has neither confirmed nor denied. "Everytime" received universal acclaim from music critics, who praised its lyrics, composition, and Spears' breathy vocals and songwriting, deeming it amongst the highlights of In the Zone. Commercially, it became a global success, topping the charts in five countries, including Australia and the United Kingdom, and reached the top-ten in 12 other markets. In United States, the single peaked at number 15 on the Billboard Hot 100. Spears did a series of live performances, such as for TV shows Saturday Night Live on NBC and Top of the Pops in the United Kingdom. On her tours, Spears also performed: the song on piano in a flowered-themed setting at The Onyx Hotel Tour (2004), while suspended on a giant umbrella at The Circus Starring Britney Spears (2009) and in an angel costume at Britney: Piece of Me (2013). The song has been covered by artists like Glen Hansard, Ethel Cain, Kelly Clarkson and James Franco in the 2013 film Spring Breakers. Inspired by the cinematography of the 1995 film Leaving Las Vegas, the accompanying music video for "Everytime" was directed by David LaChapelle. It features Spears as a pop star fighting with a male companion as she is hounded by paparazzi. She starts to drown in her bathtub after bleeding from a head wound from a paparazzi camera hit. In the hospital, doctors fail to resuscitate her, while simultaneously a child is born in the next room (implying she has been reincarnated). The original concept had Spears kill herself from a drug overdose, but that part of the plot was removed after it received criticism from organizations such as Kidscape, who perceived it as a glamorization of suicide. Critics took note of the video for its religious references to The Passion of the Christ, Kabbalah and stigmata, as well as for foreshadowing Spears' own struggles with fame.
"Everytime" is a song by American recording artist Britney Spears from her fourth album, In the Zone. It was released on May 17, 2004, by Jive Records as the third single from the album. After Spears ended her relationship with pop singer Justin Timberlake in 2002, she made friends with her backing vocalist Annet Artani. They started writing songs together at Spears's house in Los Angeles, and then traveled to Lombardy, Italy, where "Everytime" was written. Spears composed the music on her piano, and she developed the lyrics with Artani. According to Artani, the song was written as a response to Timberlake's 2002 single "Cry Me a River" and various radio interviews. Spears has neither confirmed nor denied these allegations. "Everytime" is considered a pop ballad with breathy vocals. Its lyrics are a plea for forgiveness for inadvertently hurting a former lover. The song received generally positive reviews, with critics complimenting its haunting lyrics and the organic feel of the song in comparison with most of the tracks on its host album. Spears maturity in the production and her songwriting abilities were also complimented. The song has been named one of Spears' best ballads. "Everytime" was a commercial success, peaking inside the top five in most countries, while reaching the top of the charts in Australia, Hungary, Ireland and the United Kingdom. In the U.S. it was a top twenty hit, peaking at number fifteen on Billboard Hot 100. Spears performed "Everytime" in a series of live appearances such as television shows Saturday Night Live and Top of the Pops. She has also performed the song on piano in a flowered-themed setting at The Onyx Hotel Tour and while suspended on a giant umbrella at The Circus Starring Britney Spears. "Everytime" has been covered by artists such as S.H.E, Glen Hansard, Jackie Evancho, Kelly Clarkson, and Cher Lloyd.
The numerical value of everytime in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of everytime in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
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Everytime you smile at someone, it is an action of love, a gift to that person, a beautiful thing.
I never said I thought it was terrible.Im telling you were in the middle of a pandemic right now, were in the middle of a pandemic and everytime this president comes out, he gives inaccurate information. So I dont understand why he would even come out and do it at all if he is going to confuse the American people even more ! You dont understand that ? Youre a governor ! Im surprised you dont understand that !
I'm worried about all the weather disasters. Everytime we have huge a bushfire here another animal might go extinct, the government isn't doing as much as it should. It's just scary for younger generations.
Everytime I look in here and then look outside, I think about the others that didn't make it, i guess I have a purpose... it's just heartbreaking.
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