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Mike Scott — Bring 'em all in
Album: Bring 'em all in
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Released: 1995
Length: 3:53
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Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in
Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all into my heart
Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in
Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all into my heart

Bring the little fishes
Bring the sharks
Bring 'em from the brightness
Bring 'em from the dark

Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in
Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all into my heart
Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in
Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all into my heart

Bring 'em from the caverns
Bring 'em from the heights
Bring 'em from the shadows
Stand 'em in the light

Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in
Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all into my heart
Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in
Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all into my heart

Bring 'em out of purdah
Bring 'em out of store
Bring 'em out of hiding
Lay them at my door

Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in
Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all into my heart
Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in
Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all into my heart

Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in
Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in
Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in
Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all

Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in
Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all into my heart
Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in
Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all into my heart

Bring the unforgiven
Bring the unredeemed
Bring the lost and nameless
Let 'em all be seen

Bring 'em out of exile
Bring 'em out of sleep
Bring 'em to the ?
Lay them at my feet

Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in
Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all into my heart
Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in
Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all into my heart

Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in
Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in
Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in
Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in

Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in
Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in
Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in
Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in, bring 'em all in
Bring 'em all in, bring 'em all into my heart, heart
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This song was written during Clinton era. Lol
Trump's version: "Kick 'em all out, keep 'em all out, kick 'em all out, keep 'em all out".
 yofitofu wrote:
Do you think he wants to bring them all in, or not?

 
{#Bounce}
 yofitofu wrote:
Do you think he wants to bring them all in, or not?

 
He ought to leave a few of them out there just in case.  You never know - there could be a salamander or a wildebeest walking by who may need one.
yofitofu wrote:
Do you think he wants to bring them all in, or not?

 
 {#Biggrin}
Do you think he wants to bring them all in, or not?
A zen koan of acceptance, a hymn of welcoming.
I probably haven't heard this in close to 20 years but I recognized it from the first few strums. Nice song.
psd psd psd psd....
 michaelc wrote:
repeat repeat.

 
Sometimes it takes repetition to make a point.
repeat repeat.
It is good
 Jazzerguy wrote:
He's Mike Frighin Scott. That alone gets him props. Who doesn't love the Waterboys?
 
People that haven't listened to the whole catalog.
 chyk5 wrote:

This song might be better understood in the context of an album almost entirely about God.

 
... or drug dealers in the early '80s.
How's about you bring me the freakin' mute button {#Lol}
 vandal wrote:
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ad nauseam, ad infinitum. . .


 
Ahem! I'm so glad he was able to get 'em all out...
I Had'nt heard this for so long time. Thank's RP.
 chyk5 wrote:


Cynaera, as usual, got it right. This song might be better understood in the context of an album almost entirely about God.
 
Amen. Nothing is rejected. 

I always liked this song; now I know why. Heart open. 

 
 On_The_Beach wrote:

Cynera didn't mind wearing her heart on her sleeve, wasn't concerned about sounding cool. Her sincerity and lack of cynicism is what I miss the most.  : (

 
How wonderful for her memory that on this, often quite antagonistic forum, she is remembered as a truly honest, beautiful person. She had no agenda, just a deep understanding of what she liked and no fear of expressing it. Well done that.
Open up,Bring it in
 chyk5 wrote:
Cynaera, as usual, got it right. This song might be better understood in the context of an album almost entirely about God.
 
Cynera didn't mind wearing her heart on her sleeve, wasn't concerned about sounding cool. Her sincerity and lack of cynicism is what I miss the most.  : (
 Cynaera wrote:
Mock, you people who don't get this message.  Yes, it's repetitious, but sometimes, people need repetition to make them understand/realize the import of what's being said.  I love this song, and I don't even care about the "Bring 'em all in" chorus. This is fervent passion and caring.  I'd happily tuck under his wing, based on this song.  It gets a 10.
 

Cynaera, as usual, got it right. This song might be better understood in the context of an album almost entirely about God.
whatever happened to the good ole days when lyrics were interesting?
 
Ah yes, again my annual house plant before frost song.
He's Mike Frighin Scott. That alone gets him props. Who doesn't love the Waterboys?
No, thank you.
 More_Cowbell wrote:
Didnt he also work at Dunder Mifflin in Scranton?
 
hopefully not.   No one deserves a cubicle.

 wenatchee wrote:
No other lyrics were considered?
 
Actually, several other more complex combinations of the words "bring," "them," "all," and "in," were considered but none of them made the final cut. . . 


No other lyrics were considered?

Sounds like Al Stewart hitting the repeat button over and over.  

That being said, not bad at all. 

Didnt he also work at Dunder Mifflin in Scranton?
Nice cowboy song.
He is a beautiful artist and soul.  Love this. 
 parrothead wrote:

copy,paste,copy,paste,copy,paste,copy,paste
 
exactly; how perceptive of you to pick up on the metaphor. . . 
 
 dolfan wrote:
So he was a pitcher for the Mets?  Click the Artist website link, you'll see what I mean.

Between gigs with the Mets and Astros, was he with the Waterboys? 
 

A polymath to be sure. Not a great song, though. 
DEAR GOD PLEASE MAKE HIM STOP SAYING THAT THANKS YOUR FAITHFUL SERVANT PINNYRAT
Mock, you people who don't get this message.  Yes, it's repetitious, but sometimes, people need repetition to make them understand/realize the import of what's being said.  I love this song, and I don't even care about the "Bring 'em all in" chorus. This is fervent passion and caring.  I'd happily tuck under his wing, based on this song.  It gets a 10.
I would like him to sing "Toy Boat" that many times...
and the album name is "bring 'em all in"... go figure?
I think this guy should win some sort of award for how rapidly he can say "Bring'em all in".
 vandal wrote:
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ad nauseam, ad infinitum. . .

 
copy,paste,copy,paste,copy,paste,copy,paste

So he was a pitcher for the Mets?  Click the Artist website link, you'll see what I mean.

Between gigs with the Mets and Astros, was he with the Waterboys? 
Not one of his best...
Let `em all out, please.
My winter's night song at first freeze, when I am dragging potted plants into the house. 
 Bleyfusz wrote:
Cannot screwing believe it! An eternity ago I heard this song on Radio every now and then.....never knew what became of it, nor could I find the album anywhere.

Two thumps up!!!

 
I know what you meant. Of corpse.  I'd heard this before, too, but couldn't remember where, or who the artist was.  I rather love it - thanks, whoever uploaded it! Happy-dancing (and thumping.) {#Dancingbanana_2}
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ad nauseam, ad infinitum. . .

What the hell??

Please stop torturing us!! This is horrible!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! And BORING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
What's the name of this song?  "Bring 'em all in?"  Oh.... right.


I love this song! Joyous, hopeful, inspiring of hope for personal redemption (as opposed to deity redemption, of course).
I was singing this again last night, as the temp went below 32 and I was dragging in potted palms. 
at least one thump up; probably not both.

Very nice!
I like it.  Got a cool irish folky kind of sound.

Don't quit your day job at Dunder Mifflin.


 Bleyfusz wrote:
{#Headache} Ok, thumbs. Of corpse.

 
{#Lol} Brilliant recovery!

 Hannio wrote:


Thumps?
 
{#Headache} Ok, thumbs. Of corpse.

 Bleyfusz wrote:
Cannot screwing believe it! An eternity ago I heard this song on Radio every now and then.....never knew what became of it, nor could I find the album anywhere.

Two thumps up!!!

 

Thumps?
 UltraNurd wrote:
Maybe he's a corporate schill in a small town telling us to "bring a mall in"?

rosedraws wrote:
That is too funny.
 
{#High-five} Haha! Yes in deedy. BTW, That reminds me of the wonderful movie, Local Hero. If you haven't seen it, please make the effort but don't be tired when you watch it, it's got a slow pace and no gunfights. {#Lol}
This grows tiresome. And it's preachy and smug. Blah.
yah this pretty much gets a 1 from me...
Cannot screwing believe it! An eternity ago I heard this song on Radio every now and then.....never knew what became of it, nor could I find the album anywhere.

Two thumps up!!!

I like it {#Bananajam}
 unclelonghair wrote:
Boy that was so bad that I had to turn RP off and go listen to something else to cleanse my ears.  Ugh!

My iTunes picked up some children's music on random select, and that was way better.

Please take this out of the rotation!  Ugh.
 
Sounds like you need bringin in  :-)   .... great song ... 

Boy that was so bad that I had to turn RP off and go listen to something else to cleanse my ears.  Ugh!

My iTunes picked up some children's music on random select, and that was way better.

Please take this out of the rotation!  Ugh.
For what it's worth, the Wailin' Jennys do a great cover of this song. "Bringemallin" repeated over & over in their crystal-clear 3-part harmony. Very nice.
 gvan wrote:
RP, please gather up all your copies of this song and
take 'em all out
take 'em all out
take 'em all out
take 'em all out
take 'em all out
take 'em all out
to the trash.
 
+100
RP, please gather up all your copies of this song and
take 'em all out
take 'em all out
take 'em all out
take 'em all out
take 'em all out
to the trash.


I miss the Waterboys.
jadewahoo wrote:
In between rounds of the Sweat Lodge I conduct, I will sometimes sing this song, setting up the theme of compassionate embrace fo all the aspects of our tormented psyche.
No tormented psyche, no paycheck, no worries. In fact, Everything's :daisy: :daisy: :daisy:
zaknafein wrote:
Years ago Bill had a playlist that had this song followed by Paul Brady's "The World is What You Make It" or "The World is Watching Naked". It was kind of the (lack of) Enunciation set.
I can only imagine if this guy sang "Mare's eat oats."
bring a maul in to my office and smash my speakers (but just until the next song)
The comments for this song are so the reason I come here...hilarious! I bet even I could write a song like this. Catchy though.
You can say that again! Play it again, Bill !
Rocking-M wrote:
I sorta like this following Fleetwood Mac's "Oh Well" but then I read the comment that he was actually saying, "Bring a Mall In". Now I can't get that out of my mind :wall: :wall: :beat: :frustrated:
Yes, I think of of "Bring a marlin" -- as we'd say in a deep sea fishing expeditions. :rolleyes:
SigmaBetaTooth wrote:
Seamless transition from Fleetwood Mac - Oh Well (extended) to Mike Scott - Bring 'em all in. Very nice Bill. You never fail to impress.
Exactly. I didn't even notice at first. Thanks.
Seamless transition from Fleetwood Mac - Oh Well (extended) to Mike Scott - Bring 'em all in. Very nice Bill. You never fail to impress.
Are they all in yet? And what are they in? The Mall? And why are they being brought in? Are they being mauled in the mall they're being brought into? Damn, this is a deep song..... I don't want to like it but it is catchy.
I sorta like this following Fleetwood Mac's "Oh Well" but then I read the comment that he was actually saying, "Bring a Mall In". Now I can't get that out of my mind :wall: :wall: :beat: :frustrated:
Like.
jadewahoo wrote:
In between rounds of the Sweat Lodge I conduct, I will sometimes sing this song, setting up the theme of compassionate embrace fo all the aspects of our tormented psyche.
There is a path out of torment.
In between rounds of the Sweat Lodge I conduct, I will sometimes sing this song, setting up the theme of compassionate embrace fo all the aspects of our tormented psyche.
UltraNurd wrote:
Maybe he's a corporate schill in a small town telling us to "bring a mall in"?
Precisely why I came here to make a comment. Great minds think alike. :high-five: I may have been involved in the aforementioned Paul Brady tune, too. Guess I'm a "Mondegreen" promoter. Worth noting that my father is famous for turning the "tea" line in "Doe, A Deer" into "A drink with Jan and Fred" so I guess it's genetic. :foot-in-mouth: In any case, it's certainly a pretty good tune, mawl/maul/mall and all.
No one gets it: He's setting up a chant, a repetitive mantra wherein the English meaning is lost to pure sound. I think.
rosedraws wrote:
That is too funny.
Years ago Bill had a playlist that had this song followed by Paul Brady's "The World is What You Make It" or "The World is Watching Naked". It was kind of the (lack of) Enunciation set.
UltraNurd wrote:
Maybe he's a corporate schill in a small town telling us to "bring a mall in"?
That is too funny.
algrif wrote:
What's a mawl?. 'Bring a mawl in' ?? :think: I give this a considered 2. No more.
"maul:A heavy, long-handled hammer used to drive stakes, piles, or wedges." For driving stakes into his heart, maybe?
I liked this better last time I heard it - lost a point.
JGD wrote:
Can someone just PLEASE bring em all in so this dude will shut the F up!
:roflol:
Can someone just PLEASE bring em all in so this dude will shut the F up!
much as I love the spiritual songs of Scott and the Waterboys, this is a tad long
What's a mawl?. 'Bring a mawl in' ?? :think: I give this a considered 2. No more.
bobringer wrote:
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Maybe he's a corporate schill in a small town telling us to "bring a mall in"?
Wisecrowe wrote:
Wow that was a fantastic segue. I wasn't paying attention and had no idea where the one started and ended.
Agreed! :yes: Superb segue! :clap:
Wisecrowe wrote:
Wow that was a fantastic segue. I wasn't paying attention and had no idea where the one started and ended. Also, this tune sounds so Leonard cohen-ish that I have to like it.
I don't see the resemblance to Cohen at all. The spare instrumentation in this song is nothing like any Cohen song I can think of, and the simple, repetitive lyrics are nothing at all like the subtle, rich, lyrics of Cohen.
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Mike Scott was a seriously underrated pitcher in the NES classic "RBI Baseball." I'm pretty sure that that Mike Scott would also write better songs than this.
The Waterboys were probably one of the best of the Celtic bands to ever come out into the mainstream. Bang on the Ear is still one of my favorite tunes of all time. Mike has tried hard to re capture the "Fisherman's Blues" vibe since but really doesn't come close to it. Love the organic rhythm of this track though...
:naughty: very nice ...makes me want to hear my waterboys favorite fisherman's blues
wow - someone as overemotive and simultaneously flat as Al Stewart
Reminds me that I need to dig back into The Waterboys sometime. Weird. The LRC is playing this right now... The Waterboys A Man Is In Love Room To Roam
WOW. That was a helluva transition. It sounded as if Fleetwood Mac's "Oh Well" was an overture to this song. AWESOME work as usual, Bill.
jerkstore wrote:
...like drawing up architectural documents all day on the computer isn't torturous enough.. :wall:
Doing the same thing here and your right...this is NOT helping!
Wow that was a fantastic segue. I wasn't paying attention and had no idea where the one started and ended. Also, this tune sounds so Leonard cohen-ish that I have to like it.
FANTASTIC segue from Fleetwood Mac's "Oh Well" !!!
jadewahoo wrote:
jadewahoo wrote: One of my favorite SONGS. Period. The deeply compassionate call for acceptance of all beings, regardless of their stature spiritually... you just can't beat this. Not to mention the hypnotic use of repetition and rocking good moves. I love it! Actually, I am more of a steak and salad kinda guy, with a .357 magnum at my side when I set forth a'horseback through the Rockies for a few weeks. But that's ok, you can sleep peacefully with your bland notions of acceptability. No problem.
are you the cowboy or the indian from The Village People?
eventually they're all in. I hope they will stay inside for quite a while :pray:
Most Enjoyable! 8/10
...like drawing up architectural documents all day on the computer isn't torturous enough.. :wall:
nice
It is indeed. serendipity_blue wrote:
Is that the guy from The Waterboys? Sounds like him.
Is this guy a modern day Noah?
I like the feel of this song, but towards the end, the lyrics are SO repetitive. I love it when it comes on, but then am glad when it's over. Go figure.
Is that the guy from The Waterboys? Sounds like him.
jadewahoo wrote: One of my favorite SONGS. Period. The deeply compassionate call for acceptance of all beings, regardless of their stature spiritually... you just can't beat this. Not to mention the hypnotic use of repetition and rocking good moves. I love it! crowhog2000 wrote:
Oh Puh-Leez........ :stop: :sleep: ...have a granola bar and some chamomile tea, you'll get over it......
Actually, I am more of a steak and salad kinda guy, with a .357 magnum at my side when I set forth a'horseback through the Rockies for a few weeks. But that's ok, you can sleep peacefully with your bland notions of acceptability. No problem.
Somehow I always equate The Waterboys with The The. They're both sort of aggressively moralistic and they're both best listened to when alone. Anyway, I like the song most of the time even if it is a bit repetive. Oh, and it made me look up the definition of 'purdah'. FWIW :)
This is ... Bad, this is just plain bad - bad in the dictionary sense of the word, that is.
We're following one boring, repetitive song with.... another boring, repetitive song.
sassylass wrote:
Perhaps we should bring them all in?
I'm thinking Mike would be pleased . . .
jadewahoo wrote:
One of my favorite SONGS. Period. The deeply compassionate call for acceptance of all beings, regardless of their stature spiritually... you just can't beat this. Not to mention the hypnotic use of repetition and rocking good moves. I love it!
Oh Puh-Leez........ :stop: :sleep: ...have a granola bar and some chamomile tea, you'll get over it......