Here Comes Everybody

Here Comes Everybody

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Pop - Alternative | Portland, Oregon, United States
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Song Description

a medium tempo piano rock song that explores a father and son relationship through a dialogue about space travel and astronauts

Story Behind the Song

The lyricist's family always used to refer to the moon as "belonging to" his father. The conversation in the song is an imaginary one inspired by these childhood memories of his father's moon.

Lyrics

Yes, I Said

Daddy always looked to the moon
He claimed it as his own.
Wave to the astronauts, he?d say,
Out there all alone.
I?d like to be one of them.
How would you like that, son?
That?s where I?ll be some day.

Yes, I said, yes, I will join you some day up on the moon.
Yes, I said, yes, I will know you as the man on the moon.

Father always asked me to pray;
He wanted to save my soul.
Pray for the astronauts, he?d say,
that they all come home.
I wanted to be one of them.
How would you like that, dad?
That?s where I?ll be some day.

Song Length
3:34
Genres
Pop - Alternative, Rock - Alternative
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Poignant, Relaxed

Subject Matter
Father, Astronaut

Similar Artists
Elton John, The Beatles
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Michael Jarmer
Music Credits René Ormae-Jarmer
Producer Credits Here Comes Everybody
Publisher Credits ASCAP
Label Credits Refridgerator Records