There She Goes

Album: Sixpence None The Richer (1997)
Charted: 14 32
  • There she goes
    There she goes again
    Racing through my brain
    And I just can't contain
    This feeling that remains

    There she goes
    There she goes again
    Pulsing through my veins
    And I just can't contain
    This feeling that remains

    There she goes (there she goes again)
    There she goes again (there she goes again)
    Racing through my brain (there she goes again)
    And I just can't contain
    This feeling that remains

    There she goes
    There she goes again
    She calls my name
    Pulls my train
    No one else could heal my pain
    And I just can't contain
    This feeling that remains

    There she goes (she calls my name)
    There she goes again (she calls my name)
    Chasing down my lane (she calls my name)
    And I just can't contain
    This feeling that remains

    There she goes (there she goes again)
    There she goes (there she goes again)
    There she goes Writer/s: Lee Mavers
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 30

  • Jw from IlI think it is about her inner child... inner child voice... Inside her head
  • Tessa from SeattleIt's such a joyous pop album that it's a shame if it was originally a song about heroin.

    Regardless, I'm going to keep singing along to the Sixpence None the Richer version as an anthem to lesbian infatuation.
  • Debbie from Canberra, Australia"how can a girl go "pulsing through my veins"?"

    Spoken like a person who's never been in love. I don't care if it was or wasn't written about heroin. It's a wonderful love song that describes exactly that feeling of euphoria you get when you think about the person you love, especially when the love is new.
  • Camille from Toronto, OhRe: The reference that this was used in commercials for birth control pills Ortho Tri-cylcen LO. I always hated the commercial. It showed lovely, attractive, well-dressed young women cavorting about, shopping, having fun, being carefree. The subliminal message was that only lovely, attractive, well-dressed young women have sex. I always thought if they showed the middle-aged, overly-tired, worn-out single working mother of 3 in her natural work or home environment, the ad for birth control might be a hell of a lot more effective.
  • Paul from Boston, MaIt's a beautiful song, and very likely about heroin, as there's no way it was not influenced by "There She Goes Again", a song which it closely resembles in melody, chord structure, and tempo. I'm not calling it a rip-off but rather a riff on, a continuation. Like Bowie's Bitch Queen, it's a billet doux to perhaps the most seminal band in rock history. Andy Baby would have thought it fabulous.
  • Kath from Carlisle, PaYeah This Song Is About The Girl Doing Heroin. :]
  • Alexandria from Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emiratesthe la's version is way better
  • Cameron from Austin, Txhow can a girl go "pulsing through my veins"? It's about heroin. And it was NOT written by Sixpence None the Richer, it was written by a genius named Lee Mavers of the La's
  • Michael from Kearny, NjSilly people, don't you know that EVERY song on songfacts was written about heroin...
  • Luckylove from Noneya, OkMany songs relate the feelings of love and attraction to that of the consuming control of a drug. This song is not about drugs, instead it is about how powerful the feelings this person has for a certain female.
    Why do we have to make everything so dirty?
  • Matt from Atlanta, GaWhenever I hear this song, I stop whatever I'm doing - unless I'm driving - and put all of my thoughts on my wife, and how wonderful it is to have her in my love. Corny, yes, but it such an overwhelming feeling. I wish I could write songs like this one!
  • Leo from Musicaland, OtherThis song was featured in "shes all that" as well.
  • Kendall from Thomasville, GaOn Alan Castlegar, Canada's Comment, lol yeah I actually came here wondering what that velvet underground song meant, but i guess I'll never know... :(
  • Jeff from Staten Island, Ny"A Christian band writing a song about heroin? Doesn't make sense"

    They didn't write it, they covered it. As stated before The La's wrote this song
  • Sum Sum from New Delhithis song is nicely featured in "parent trap". I love this song. nice road tripping song.
  • Dave from Leesburg, VaThe La's album with this on it: AWESOME. The rest of the album makes this song sound so poppy. What a great album--you can listen to it straight through a la "The Colour and the Shape" by the foo fighters. You can't beat it when there's an album that great! Sixpence, well, their music sure is pretty, ain't it?
  • Hayden from Northampton, EnglandSurely this is a classic song when your going on holiday listening to it on the caravan assuming your going on holiday to the French ALP's seeing the mountains and listening "there she goes" all the way up the mountains...
  • Sam from Edinburgh, ScotlandThe Boo Radleys also did a version... Its better than sixpence non the richer. Its faster than Lee Maver's original (about 30 seconds shorter), has a horn part at the start and loads of handclaps in the chorus. No 60's dust sprinkled on the instruments though...
  • Wil from Kc, KsThe song is an Ode to heroin as the lead singer of the La's stated on several occasions. Sixpence originally was introduced to the song through the movie "So I Married An Axe Murderer". Two versions of the song can be heard on that soundtrack. The members of Sixpence loved the movie and loved the song. Sixpence started as a christian band and they were a mix of bluegrass and folk. I suggest checking out their earliest work if you don't believe me.
  • Jenny from Liverpool, EnglandThis Song is definitely about heroin. I know this for a fact as my old school teacher was mates with the person who wrote this song. Brilliant song, sixpence none the were near as good as The La's
  • Paul from Newcastle Upon Tyne, EnglandACcording to this weeks NME magazine (15th of june 2005), the heroin fact is true. NME never lies. Ever. haha
  • Nick from Chippenham, EnglandAll the covers of this song are dire in comparison with the soaring original - available on their one and ony eponymous alnum "The La's" -the rest of the album is also unbelievably good
  • Alan from Castlegar, CanadaNot to be mistaken for the Velvet Underground song 'There She Goes Again' which is oddly enough not about heroin... with Lyrics like "Pulsing through my vein... No one else can heal my pain... Racing through my brain... She calls my name, She pulls my train" it's hard to think that this song could be about anything else.
  • Jeff from San Diego, CaThe original song was featured in the 1993 Mike Meyer's movie, "So I Married an Axe Murderer".
  • Martin from Guildford, EnglandIt is about heroin, just listen to the lyrics, and sixpence none the richer didnt do the song justice, listen to the Cast version.
  • Annabelle from Eugene, OrI believe you're mistaken. Sixpence None The Richer is not a Christian band. They're actually a pop band. And how dare you say that this song is about heroin!
  • Darlene from Cranbury, NjA Christian band writing a song about heroin? Doesn't make sense, but my husband said he heard it was about heroin too. Of course, it doesn't make much sense as a birth control pill ad song either!
  • Mj from Boston, Mait's supposed to be about heroin. and i've read somewhere that they had more lesbian fans because of this song.
  • Sarah from Middle Island, NySixpence None The Richer's version was in a commercial for some women's pill for birth control or something like that, I didn't see why they chose this song for that pill. Great song though, especially if you have a girl that you're thinking about when you listen to it. NOFX did an awesome cover of the song as well.
  • Kristen from Campbellville, CanadaThere a christian band who supposivly just broke up, how sad.
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