Album: The Spirit Room (2001)
Charted: 18 12
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  • Turn it inside out so I can see
    The part of you that's drifting over me
    And when I wake you're never there
    But when I sleep you're everywhere
    You're everywhere

    Just tell me how I got this far
    Just tell me why you're here and who you are
    'Cause every time I look
    You're never there
    And every time I sleep
    You're always there

    'Cause you're everywhere to me
    And when I close my eyes it's you I see
    You're everything I know
    That makes me believe
    I'm not alone
    I'm not alone

    I recognize the way you make me feel
    It's hard to think that
    You might not be real
    I sense it now, the water's getting deep
    I try to wash the pain away from me
    Away from me

    'Cause you're everywhere to me
    And when I close my eyes it's you I see
    You're everything I know
    That makes me believe
    I'm not alone
    I'm not alone

    I am not alone
    Whoa, oh, oh, oh

    And when I touch your hand
    It's then I understand
    The beauty that's within
    It's now that we begin
    You always light my way
    I hope there never comes a day
    No matter where I go
    I always feel you so

    'Cause you're everywhere to me
    And when I close my eyes it's you I see
    You're everything I know
    That makes me believe
    I'm not alone
    'Cause you're everywhere to me
    And when I catch my breath
    It's you I breathe
    You're everything I know
    That makes me believe
    I'm not alone

    You're in everyone I see
    So tell me
    Do you see me? Writer/s: Tiffany Arbuckle, Michelle Branch, Matthew Bronleewe, John M. Shanks
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 20

  • Damaris from Johannesburg, South Africa This song is about an imaginery friend and sounds very Gospel like... God is everywhere yet we cannot see him but we definitely feel him there. Best song from her for me. I love it
  • Fursuiter Chloe from Belvidere, IlI bet this song is about a person with an imaginary friend they can’t forget about
  • Myla from San Diego, CaMichelle Branch needs to get back to rock music. I understand she had to foray to country because maybe that was her roots, but we need more kick ass songs these days!
  • Greg House from Princeton, NjCatchy tune. This would fit in on the episode of House where Cut-throat bitch (Amber) is killed in a bus crash and the good doctor keeps hallucinating that she is EVERYWHERE he goes.
  • Russell from New York, Nycall me crazy, this songs probably about jesus.
    lmao and im a jew deciphering that.
  • Jeff from Austin, TxIm a bit ashamed to admit it but this song is catchy as hell. I just lost some rocker points.
  • Morgan from Gratnsville, Utthi song is way cool i like most of michelle branch's songs
  • Yvette from Tampa, FlI agree with sasha. Well, I love this song!
  • Anna from Walla Walla, WaI'm guessing this song is about a girl who is OBSESSED with her boyfriend. And she can't get over him!
  • Sasha from Dfgdfg, Englandmiatelia, I believe you've got it wrong. Everywhere is about a girl who is in love with someone who isnt real. Like an imaginary friend.
  • Cara from PerthYellowcard have done a cover of this, which I really like. It's great to hear a pop song (seriously Zach, this is not rock) played by a punk band.
  • Miatelia from New York, Nyits not about being obsessed
    it's about liking someone that you think doesn't like you back and that you think of them and that everything reminds you of them. its really sweet
  • Sarah Floyd from Bloomingdale, Ilwhen i first heard this song. i wondered what she was talking about and i still dont get what this song is about. well i like this song. and i wish i had this cd so i can listen to this song everyday.
  • Shannon from Garland, Txeh i like this song!
  • Casie from Denver, CoI love this song. Call me crazy but when I watched American Pie 2,well I recorded it cause of this song. Ok ok!!! I do watch american pie,lolz but yea,its a great song!!! MICHELLE BRANCH KICKS ASS! Well I gotta disagree with Zach,I really lisen to rock alot but this isnt like complete rock,its more pop,its not even rock but whatever,i love it anywayz,shes original,she doesnt care in labeling if its pop rock or whatever.
  • Francy from Turin, ItalyI think that this song is very brilliant! If someone wants to talk with an Italian person he can do it! bye bye
  • Cindy from Sydney, United StatesI think this song is a good one.
    Some good stuff.
    I like it and have listened to it a number of times.
  • Sara from Anoka, Mnexactly JuLyNeTtE. its about being obsessed with someone and everytime you take a break from "the real world" ur mind goes to that person.
  • Julynette from Manila, OtherThis song really rockzz my nerves!It's more of being desperately obssesed with somebody that you think he really is everywhere you go.I like the way Michelle Branch sang this but let me admit the first time I watch and heard it "I ENDED UP SWITCHING THE CHANNEL"But as of today,it's been my favorite and i really love Michelle Branch.THE BEST!!!!
  • Zach from Horn Lake, MsThis is my favorite Michelle Branch song. The layout and quality of the song are almost perfect. Possibly one of the best rock songs of 2001.
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