Weather With You

Album: Woodface (1991)
Charted: 7
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  • Walking 'round the room singing Stormy Weather
    At Fifty Seven Mount Pleasant Street
    Well it's the same room, but everything's different
    You can fight the sleep, but not the dream

    Things ain't cookin' in my kitchen
    Strange affliction wash over me
    Julius Caesar and the Roman Empire
    Couldn't conquer the blue sky

    Well, there's a small boat made of china
    It's going nowhere on the mantelpiece
    Well, do I lie like a lounge-room lizard
    Or do I sing like a bird released?

    Everywhere you go, always take the weather with you
    Everywhere you go, always take the weather
    Everywhere you go, always take the weather with you
    Everywhere you go, always take the weather, the weather with you

    Everywhere you go, always take the weather with you
    Everywhere you go, always take the weather
    Everywhere you go, always take the weather with you
    Everywhere you go, always take the weather, the weather with you

    Everywhere you go, always take the weather with you
    Everywhere you go, always take the weather
    Everywhere you go, always take the weather with you
    Everywhere you go, always take the weather, the weather with you Writer/s: Brian Timothy Finn, Neil Mullane Finn
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., MUSHROOM MUSIC PTY LTD, WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
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Comments: 6

  • Louise from Uk This is sublime. Can’t add anything else.
  • Hellen from Belgium I think the song is about a girl who has a major influence on a boy. It is as if she determines his mood. For example when she is happy, everyone becomes happy. She is like the weather and takes the weather with her.
  • Colin M from Nyc, BabyI think it means you remain aware of your internal state -- your feelings, fears, and goals -- even while you navigate the world, which has its own weather.
  • Chris from Germany Great memories. This song came out when I was 6 years old and first went to school. I remember that summer when my mother said that I have to go to school from now on. I cried the whole summer and watched MTV. Next to videos by ROD STEWART and PAULA ABDUL this was one of the videos on heavy rotation that summer.
  • Martha from Knoxville, TnI always thought it was about missing someone who had traveled to another far-off location and being oblivious to any weather conditions or any other pertinent situations until they returned.
  • Jim from Pleasant Hill, CaThe main "chorus" of this song seems out of tune & sync with the rest of it. I wonder if that was done on purpose.
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