Everybody Come Together

Album: Roll with Me (2019)
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  • This song has a simple message of rising above the hatred. Natasha Bedingfield explained to The Sun:

    "Right now the whole world is divided and we need to find ways to come together. It's so stressful.

    We wake up every morning and something terrible is happening. What is going on with democracy and the environment? A lot of the time people sit around and complain or worry. But it's the anger that is going to bring us together and actually do something about it.

    If countries think of themselves as isolated, they are not thinking about the parts they are playing in the whole world. We need to find ways that will we can come together."
  • Bedingfield penned the song with Linda Perry, who has also written with Christina Aguilera, Pink and Gwen Stefani.


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