Worldview

Worldview

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Pop - Rock | Oxford, England, United Kingdom
Total Song Plays: 1,112   
Member Since: 2013
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   Sounds Like: The Beatles, LCD Soundsystem

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Song Description

Fast, new wave-influenced guitar song about the unpredictability of fame and acclaim, and the rush to take the credit later. From the album 'Pop Philosophy'. Full-length version also available. Written, performed and produced by Oliver Shaw.

Lyrics

We never said we'll get back to you
We never said you can't hold a tune
May we suggest your memory's confused?
After the fact
After the fact

We never said the sound isn't right
We never said they don't play in time
It's evident the whole thing's sublime
After the fact
After the fact

And no one shows
What everybody knows
That nobody knows anything
Yeah no one shows
What everybody knows
That nobody knows anything

And though we're sure your voice is unique
We've got to turn out more like you quick
Because the public's called you a hit

And no one shows
What everybody knows
That nobody knows anything
No no one shows
The truth that Goldman wrote

It's no real mystery
An open secret
The role of contingency
In who achieves it
But captains of industry
Will sing your praises
And claim it was clear to see
Now that you've made it
Congratulations!
Congratulate them!

We were much too slow to respond
When technology moved along
Saw our produce go for a song
Those are the facts
Those are the facts

We need you to come out and bat
You can put us back in the black
You're too huge to fail and that's that

And no one shows
What everyone should know
That no one controls anything
And no one shows
What everyone must know
That no one foretold anything

It goes to show
The truth that Goldman wrote
That nobody knows anything
I've come to know
It's just like Goldman wrote
That nobody knows anything

Song Length
4:01
Genres
Pop - Rock, Rock - New Wave
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Aggressive, Frenetic

Similar Artists
The Clash, Buzzcocks
Language
English
Era
1970 - 1979

Lyric Credits Oliver Shaw
Music Credits Oliver Shaw
Producer Credits Oliver Shaw
Performance Credits Oliver Shaw