‘I Just Want to Be Your Everything’ hits number 1 for Andy Gibb

Andy Gibb

On July 30th, 1977, Andy Gibb started a four-week run at number 1 on the U.S. Singles Chart with ‘I Just Want to Be Your Everything.’ The younger brother of ‘The Bee Gees’ scored the first of his three U.S. number 1’s. Can you name all three of The Bee Gees?

Andy Gibb

Andy’s performance was featured on ‘Burt Sugarman’s Midnight Special.’ He performs the hit song in front of a huge crowd with a brightly-colored sign on stage featuring his name.

He is accompanied by a drummer, bassist, guitarist, and pianist. Andy sings and plays guitar too. Everyone is wearing colorful clothing as the band plays the groovy tune with an infectious hook.

Andy Gibb

Andy sings the lyrics, ‘I just want to be your everything. Open up the heaven in your heart and let me be, the things you are to me, and not some puppet on a string.’

He continues the hook, singing, ‘Oh hey I, if I stay here without you, darling, I would die. I want you laying in the love I have to bring. I’d do anything to be your everything.’

Andy Gibb

Andy is the younger brother of Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb. He had eight singles reach the Top 20 of the U.S. Hot 100. Three went to number one, including ‘I Just Want to Be Your Everything,’ ‘(Love Is) Thicker Than Water,’ and ‘Shadow Dancing.’

In the early 1980s, he co-hosted the hit show ‘Solid Gold.’ Andy Gibb featured the song ‘I Just Want to be Your Everything’ on his debut album ‘Flowing Rivers.’ It was Gibb’s first single released in the U.K. and the U.S. and his first number 1.

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