Join Together

Album: Who's Better, Who's Best (1972)
Charted: 9 17
  • When you hear this sound a-comin'
    Hear the drummer drumming
    Won't you join together with the band
    We don't move in any 'ticular direction
    And we don't make no collections
    Won't you join together with the band

    Do you really think I care
    What you eat or what you wear
    Won't you join together with the band
    There's a million ways to laugh
    Ev'ry one's a path
    Come on and join together with the band

    Everybody join together
    Won't you join together
    Come on and join together with the band
    We need to join together
    Come on join together
    Come on and join together with the band

    You don't have to play
    You can follow or lead the way
    Oh won't you join together with the band
    We don't know where we're going
    But the season's right for knowing
    Oh won't you join together with the band

    It's the singer not the song
    That makes the music move along
    Oh won't you join together with the band
    This is the biggest band you'll find
    It's as deep as it is wide
    Come on and join together with the band

    Join together
    (Ev'rybody come on) join together
    Join together with the band
    Join together
    (Ev'rybody come on) join together
    Join together with the band Writer/s: PETER TOWNSHEND
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Spirit Music Group, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyA taped of The Who performing "Join Together" was aired on the ABC-TV program "American Bandstand."
    On December 9th, 1972. A video of the Who's "Join Together" was aired on the late Dick Clark's 'American Bandstand'...
    Five months earlier on July 22nd it entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart; eventually it peaked at #17 and spent 10 weeks on the Top 100...
    It reached #9 in the United Kingdom...
    R.I.P. Keith Moon (1946 - 1978), John Entwistle (1944 - 2002), and Mr. Clark (1929 - 2012).
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