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Everyday I Love You Less and Less

"Everyday I Love You Less and Less"
Single by Kaiser Chiefs
from the album Employment
Released 16 May 2005
Format CD, 7"
Recorded 2004
Genre Indie rock, new wave
Length 3:37
Label B-Unique
Writer(s) Ricky Wilson, Andrew White, Simon Rix, Nick Baines, and Nick Hodgson
Producer(s) Stephen Street
Kaiser Chiefs singles chronology
"Oh My God" (re-issue)
(2005)
"Everyday I Love You Less and Less"
(2005)
"I Predict a Riot" / "Sink that Ship"
(2005)
Employment track listing
"Everyday I Love You Less and Less"
(1)
"I Predict a Riot"
(2)

"Everyday I Love You Less and Less" is the opening track on the Leeds-based indie band Kaiser Chiefs' first album, Employment. It was released on the B-Unique label as their third single (not counting re-issues) on 16 May 2005, peaking at #10, their second Top Ten single of the year. The video was directed by prolific British music video director Tim Pope.

The song is featured in the film Run Fatboy Run.

Professional wrestler Chris Hero used the song as his entrance theme.

Track listing

  • 7" (limited edition picture disc):
  1. "Everyday I Love You Less and Less" (Mark "Spike" Stent Remix)
  2. "The Letter Song"
  • CD:
  1. "Everyday I Love You Less and Less" (Mark "Spike" Stent Remix)
  2. "Another Number" (The Cribs cover)
  • Maxi-CD:
  1. "Everyday I Love You Less and Less" (Mark "Spike" Stent Remix)
  2. "Seventeen Cups"
  3. "Not Surprised"
  4. "Everyday I Love You Less and Less" (Enhanced Video)
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