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"Endless Summer Nights" is a song written and performed by American rock singer Richard Marx, and released in January 1988 as the third single from his eponymous Triple Platinum debut album. The song peaked at #2 on the U.S. pop and Adult Contemporary charts."Endless Summer Nights" was a track from Marx's original demo tapes. The lyrics were inspired by a trip to Hawaii that Marx had taken with his then-girlfriend (and future wife), Cynthia Rhodes. According to Marx, he wrote the song as a theme to the summer love that does not last when lovers go their separate ways in the fall. In the liner notes of his 1997 Greatest Hits album, Marx commented on the song: "Aside from replacing synthesized bass with the great Nathan East, this recording is the demo that every record company in the business rejected in 1985 and 1986." Marx eventually signed with EMI-Manhattan Records in 1986.


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Pop-Rock

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Gritty

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Rock/Pop

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Greg Gold

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