"Someday" is a song written by Mariah Carey and Ben Margulies, and produced by Ric Wake for Carey's debut album Mariah Carey (1990). It was released as the album's third single in the first quarter of 1991 (see 1991 in music) and is a jackswing-influenced track in which its protagonist gets revenge on an ex-lover who wants to reconcile: "Someday, the one you gave away will be the only one you're wishing for". Though it topped the U.S. charts, it was not a huge success elsewhere.
"Someday (I Will Understand)" is the first single from Pop singer Britney Spears originally released from the EP/Bonus disc of Britney & Kevin: Chaotic... The DVD & More during the third quarter of 2005, though the song was later included in its Hi-Bias Signature Radio Remix form on the B in the Mix: The Remixes compilation.
"Someday" is a 2003 single by the band Nickelback, the first one from their 2003 album The Long Road. It reached number one in Canada for three weeks and the top ten in the United States.
"Someday" is a single lifted from Is This It, the debut album of acclaimed American garage rock/post-punk band The Strokes. The music video for the song features appearances by Slash, the guitarist from Guns N' Roses, as well as the members of Guided by Voices. The video also features Richard Karn as himself as The Strokes take on Guided By Voices in a game of Family Feud.
"Someday" is the hit single by the band Flipsyde, and is also the theme song for NBC's coverage of the upcoming 2006 Winter Olympic Games. It was chosen for the games because the lyrics sing of courage and perseverance toward future goals even though success seems impossible. "Someday" was also chosen because of its hip-hop theme that might appeal to the younger audience, which would be an addition to the Winter Games.
Slinkee Minx's third single called "Someday" was written in 2005 and the single was realsed on 19th sepetember 2005. The Song/single failed to enter the top 50 of the ARIA's but was very great because it came #55. Tracklisiting is below.
"Someday" is a pop song written by Thomas Jansson, and Niklas Hillborn for the No Angels' third studio album Pure (2003). It was produced by Thorsten BrÃ¶tzmann and received a mixed reception from music critics. The song was released as the album's second single on July 13, 2003 (see 2003 in music) and peaked at number 5 in Germany, number 16 in Austria and number 36 in Switzerland.