|Single by Barry Manilow|
|from the album Even Now|
|B-side||"I Was a Fool (To Let You Go)"|
|Format||7" (45 rpm)|
|Writer(s)||Marty Panzer (words)
Barry Manilow (music)
|Barry Manilow singles chronology|
"Even Now" is a 1978 song by American adult contemporary and pop music singer Barry Manilow. It is the title track from his 1978 album, and Manilow wrote the music and co-produced the track with Ron Dante. The words were written by Marty Panzer.
Released as the second single from the aforementioned album, "Even Now" became a top 20 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in June 1978, peaking at #19. It also became Manilow's ninth song to reach #1 on the Billboard adult contemporary chart, spending three weeks atop the chart beginning May 27, 1978.
In his autobiography Sweet Life, Manilow said that the song was "one of my personal favorites, which never fails to move me. It reminded me of the great times I had collaborating with" Marty Panzer, with whom the singer had worked previously.