Australian singles chart:
Someday Never Comes entered the Kent charts on 22 May 1972 and peaked at #15. It was #96 on the Top 100 of 1972.
The song is on Mardi Gras which entered the Kent album charts on 12 June 1972 and peaked at #8.
Stu Cook, Doug Clifford, John Fogerty
John Fogerty wrote Someday Never Comes, saying it’s about being left and not being able to learn much as a child.
John said in 2013: “When I wrote this song, my life was pretty chaotic. I knew my marriage was going to break up. My band was falling apart. I was beginning to sense the darkness that was Fantasy Records. This song was inspired by my parents’ divorce when I was a young boy and the effect it had on me. At the time, they told me, ‘Someday, you’ll understand’. The truth of this is that you never do and I found myself facing this as a parent. The irony was painful and inescapable.”
This is the final single released by Creedence Clearwater Revival before they officially broke up in 1972.
Read more: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Someday_Never_Comes
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