Everywhere

Album: Tango In The Night (1987)
Charted: 4 14
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  • Can you hear me calling
    Out your name
    You know that I'm falling and I don't know what to say

    I'll speak a little louder
    I'll even shout
    You know that I'm proud and I can't get the words out

    Oh I
    I want to be with you everywhere
    Oh I
    I want to be with you everywhere
    (Wanna be with you everywhere)

    Something's happening
    Happening to me
    My friends say I'm acting peculiarly

    C'mon baby
    We better make a start
    You better make it soon before you break my heart

    Oh I
    I want to be with you everywhere
    Oh I
    I want to be with you everywhere
    (Wanna be with you everywhere)

    Can you hear me calling
    Out your name
    You know that I'm falling and I don't know what to say

    Oh come along baby
    We better make a start
    You better make it soon before you break my heart

    Oh I
    I want to be with you everywhere
    Oh I
    I want to be with you everywhere
    Oh I
    I want to be with you everywhere
    Oh I
    I want to be with you everywhere
    (Wanna be with you everywhere) Writer/s: Christine McVie
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 10

  • Janet Sherrell from Vancouver, WaThis song has a special place in my heart. When my son was 4 years old (now 37) I overheard him singing along with this song while in the car (the Tango in the Night CD was overplayed in my player, LOL!). Instead of singing "everywhere", he thought the lyric was "Thrifway" which was a local chain grocery store. I could just see his young brain imagining a couple enjoying grocery shopping together. I still say, "Thriftway" when singing along to this tune.
  • Jennifer from TampaMy first memory of this was when I went on my first date with my late husband who I worked with in emergency management. This song came over the speakers as we were reminiscing about those days. I couldn't help but think of how I enjoyed his company so much then and how much I was enjoying it that night. Between the song playing and the gin and tonic serving as my cheerleaders, I took a chance and held the menu up to keep anyone from seeing us, I went in for a kiss. Yes, he reciprocated. He told me later on that his toes curled up (in a good way) when it happened. Now, everytime I hear the song, I have the biggest smile in my heart. Requiem en pace, my darling dragon (aka Steve) ????
  • John from An AreaDoes anyone know where that video was filmed ?
  • Jeff from Kingston, TnOne of my favorite songs by Fleetwood Mac. I read somewhere that Stevie was not available to due the lead because of personal issues. Her background vocals were added later.
  • Larry from Coral Springs, FlThis is one of my top most liked songs.
  • Fred from Laurel, MdWell, the lyrics alone give absolutely no hint of any connection to the poem "The Highwayman" (Alfred Noyes, 1907), but I can certainly imagine basing the video on it, not having seen it myself. Now I'm gonna have to hunt for it. BTW, The Highwayman has been put to music, probably more than once, but the one I know of is wonderful and is by Loreena McKennitt on her album, "The Book of Secrets" (1997). She omits 3 of the original 17 stanzas, and with the first of the 3, drops the character whose actions sort of explain how the redcoats knew where and when to ambush the highwayman. But just hearing the song without having the poem to compare it to, you'd never miss that aspect of the story, and it's still a v-e-r-y long song at 10:21!

  • Constance from Dallas, TxThis is one of my favorite fleetwood mac songs. This song to me is about being straight up sprung, in love, head over heads, or crazt in love to want to be with someone everywhere. I understand that feeling because i was once in love like that. Great song Christine!
  • Annabelle from Eugene, OrIs that windchimes in the beginning and the bridge of the song? Whatever it is, it sounds pretty interesting!
  • Sara Mackenzie from Middle Of Nowhere, Flgreat song, but it's kinda like, she's in luv with someone, wants to be with them everywhere (hence "i want to be with you everywhere") but at the same time, doesn't want to tell anyone and calls out their name in secret, so to say ("calling out your name...")
  • Rick from Humboldt, Iahaha on the dance she plays marracas while singing this song
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