Here Comes Everybody

Here Comes Everybody

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Pop - Alternative | Portland, Oregon, United States
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Member Since: 2005
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Song Description

Young woman drives away from her town and her troubles but is haunted by a piece of music she's heard about a boy who loses a limb in a freak accident involving turbine engines

Story Behind the Song

Second song in a 10 song cycle.

Lyrics

Turbine

She was driving down the highway
She was listening to a song
about a boy who lost his arm in a turbine
And even though it was sad, she liked the song
She didn?t know what a turbine was
She thought she?d look up the word when she got home
But she never got home

She decided to keep on driving
She was thinking about a plan
about a way to make something happen in her life
And even though she drove all the way to the coast
she didn?t have any place to stay
she didn?t know a soul
She decided to put it on her credit card

And she didn?t drive home
She didn?t want to go back home
She kept thinking about the boy and the turbine

She built a house right down by the water
She made a living on the beach selling postcards
to people who wanted to remember where they were
And even though she missed her friends and family
she knew she?d never go back to the city
back to all of those one-armed boys
and the terrible machines

Song Length
4:18
Genres
Pop - Alternative, Rock - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Troubled, Moving

Subject Matter
Change, Sorrow

Similar Artists
Peter Gabriel, Beck
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Michael Jarmer
Music Credits René Ormae-Jarmer
Producer Credits Here Comes Everybody
Publisher Credits Funny Farm Music/ ASCAP
Performance Credits Here Comes Everybody
Label Credits Refrigerator Records