Someday

Someday

Someday may refer to:

A song:
*Someday (musical), a song by Alan Menken, from the 1996 Disney musical "The Hunchback of Notre-Dame"
*"Someday" (Mariah Carey song), from the 1990 album "Mariah Carey"
**"Someday" (Rezonance Q song), 1993 cover version by Rezonance Q
*"Someday" (The Strokes song), from the 2001 album "Is This It"
*"Someday" (Sugar Ray song), from the 1999 album ""
*"Someday" (Nickelback song), from the 2003 album "The Long Road"
*"Someday" (No Angels song), from the 2003 album "Pure"
*"Someday" (Alan Jackson song), from the 1991 album, "Don't Rock the Jukebox
*"Someday" (Flipsyde song), a 2006 single
*"Someday (I Will Understand)", by Britney Spears
*"Someday (You'll Want Me to Want You)", a 1944 country/pop standard by Jimmie Hodges
*"Someday / Boys♥Girls", a single by Kumi Koda
*"Someday", Younha's sophomore album in Korea.
*"Someday", by Moby Grape from the 1967 album "Moby Grape"
*"Someday", by Glass Tiger from the 1986 album "The Thin Red Line"
*"Someday", by Michael Learns to Rock from the 1995 album "Played on Pepper"
*"Someday", by Ash from the 2001 album "Free All Angels"
* "Someday" by Louis Armstrong
* "Someday" by Ray Charles
*"Someday", a 2003 single by Emyli
*"Someday", by Ween from the 2005 album "Shinola, Vol. 1"
*"Someday" by The Afters from the 2005 album "I Wish We All Could Win"
*"Someday", by Celtic Woman from the 2005 album "Celtic Woman"
*"Someday", by Nina Girado from the 2006 album "Nina"
*"Someday", by Crossfade from the 2006 album "Falling Away"
*"Someday", A song featured in the DS video game "The World Ends With You"

In literature:
*"Someday" (short story), by Isaac Asimov

See also:
*"Some Day" (1925 song), popularized by Frankie Laine
*"Sumday", a 2003 album by Grandaddy


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  • Someday — (I Will Understand) Сингл Бритни Спирс Выпущен 21 сентября 2 …   Википедия

  • someday — is now commonly spelt as one word in BrE as well as AmE when it is used as an indefinite adverb: • He likes writers and wants to be one someday J. McInerney, 1988 • You can pay me back someday weblog, BrE 2005 [OEC]. When it is further qualified …   Modern English usage

  • someday — 1898 as one word, from SOME (Cf. some) + DAY (Cf. day) …   Etymology dictionary

  • someday — [adv] eventually after a while, anytime, at a future time, finally, in a time to come, on a day, one day, one fine day*, one of these days, one time, one time or another, sometime, sooner or later, subsequently, ultimately, yet; concepts 548,820… …   New thesaurus

  • someday — [sum′dā΄] adv. at some future day or time …   English World dictionary

  • Someday — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Someday peut faire référence à : Musique Someday est une chanson de CeCe Rogers Someday est une chanson de Britney Spears Someday est une chanson de… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • someday — some|day [ sʌm,deı ] adverb Someday is often written as two words some day, especially in British English. at some time in the future even though you do not know when: Someday I ll meet the right woman and we ll get married. They dreamed of… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • someday — UK [ˈsʌmˌdeɪ] / US adverb Summary: Someday is often written as two words some day, especially in British English. at some time in the future even though you do not know when Someday I ll meet the right woman and we ll get married. They dreamed of …   English dictionary

  • someday — /sum day /, adv. at an indefinite future time. [bef. 900; ME sum day, OE sum daeg; see SOME, DAY] Usage. The adverb SOMEDAY is written solid: Perhaps someday we will know the truth. The two word form SOME DAY means a specific but unnamed day : We …   Universalium

  • someday — some|day [ˈsʌmdeı] adv also some day at an unknown time in the future, especially a long time in the future ▪ I d like to visit Japan someday. ▪ He hopes, someday, to have his own business …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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