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Gomez — Bring Your Lovin' Back Here
Album: Abandoned Shopping Trolley Hotline
Avg rating:
6.6

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Total ratings: 889









Released: 2000
Length: 3:23
Plays (last 30 days): 1
Say you're the dreamer
And come dream on
Say you believe her
And believe in me

So bring your lovin' back here
Bring your lovin' back here
Bring your lovin' back here
Bring your lovin' back here

I can't deceive ya
Won't you be with me
I didn't leave ya
It's you leaving me

'Cause you're not sure
With all your wealth
I wanna see you again

So bring your lovin' back here
Bring your lovin' back here
Bring your lovin' back here
Bring your lovin' back here

I wanna take you out tonight
Punches would be rolling
Blood it would be flowing
I can't fight

You're bound to put one in my eye
But this is not about you
This is about me

So bring your lovin' back here
Bring your lovin' back here
Bring your lovin' back here
Bring your lovin' back here

Please don't leave me alone again
(Don't leave me alone again)
Please don't leave me alone again
(Don't leave me alone again)
Please don't leave me alone again
I just wanna lie low
I just wanna lie low
I just wanna lie low
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Thank you RP for turning me in to GOMEZ!!!!!!!!! GOMEZ FOR DAYS!!!!!!
Thank you RP for turning me into a big Gomez fan!
Much too American!!!!
 CyrusPaul wrote:
Good band with many better songs than this.....seems to be a unified comment.   "See The World", "How We Operate" are two better examples of Gomez IMHO

 
I agree that they have many better songs but wouldn't include those two examples.
Check out some of their earlier works such as the albums... Bring It On, Liquid Skin and In Our Gun.  Excellent stuff!
put one in my ayyyeh
 hanssachs wrote:
trav34 wrote:
well put...well said. the opening guitar-riff on this song is enough to make a grown man blush.
I don't think Joe Walsh blushed when he played it about, oh, 28 years ago ... "At the Station" from But Seriously, Folks ... nothing is new/everything is new.
 
Yes, people have been strumming electric guitars like that long before Joe Walsh did.
Good band with many better songs than this.....seems to be a unified comment.   "See The World", "How We Operate" are two better examples of Gomez IMHO
It was on top of my gigi came lately.
I love Gomez. This is not their best song, but they write some really good music. 

I was really sad, though, when I saw them in Houston a few years ago, and they were just boring. It was one of the few concerts my wife and I actually walked out on. There was absolutely no stage presence whatsoever, and we'll probably never go to one of their live shows again. 

Sadly, it impacted how much we listen to their music now. :( 
not sure what it is about Gomez. love some of their stuff, but I have to say, some of it is junk. It's almost like they never really tried hard enough, never quite hitting their true potential. shame.
Where is the PSD button?  I can't seem to find it.   
Ouch.  Thank you RP for PSD
As bad as the German national-player (football - what you call "soccer") with the same name!
Big Gomez fan right here.  That's right.  You heard me.  
One of the first -- or maybe it was the 1st -- Gomez numbers I heard here, and one of the first songs I heard the first time I found Paradise!
Pretty good, not heard this one before, but the slide instantly won me over. 
 jules44 wrote:
Love, love these guys!!!!!
Saw them live recently....awesome!

 

Love your attitude!
Gomez is cool...love their style of music.


                               They're adventurous!  {#Dance}
Always like a tune when you know it from the first lick.
Love, love these guys!!!!!
Saw them live recently....awesome!
Most Excellent!  8
cptbuz wrote:
good thing his name wasn't MacGhilleseatheanaich !
 

WonderLizard wrote:

And what exactly do you have against that name?

Cordially,

Willoughby MacGhilleseatheanaich
 
Ha Ha and Ha!
{#Jump}

I am , personally, dying to see them live. I have a dvd of one of their  concerts and Yes, I would have to say the rock the house. Their style runs the gamut and that may be what throws some people off. But, they are one of my favorite bands...ever!

 
vandal wrote:

Interesting.  I've seen 'em twice and they totally embarrassed the follow-on acts both times by not only rocking the place harder, but with their stage presence and charisma.  Gomez played a private party for a friend of mine's promotion company and mixed their music with bits of stand-up comedy and goofy impressions - he said everyone left the gig a Gomez convert.

Guess you had to be there. . .

{#Meditate}

 


Hey Bill...Ben Ottewell has a solo lp out Shapes & Shadows   excellent stuff. Hope to hear some of it here soon.
 Tarindel wrote:
I saw Gomez in concert when they opened for Cake recently in San Jose. To put it bluntly, I thought they were awful. I don't know what the appeal of this band is — but I guess they have some to some people since they obviously had some fans there. The thing that will stick out in my mind was when one of the group members asked the audience: "Who's heard of us before?"
*cheers* "Who's never heard of us before but likes us?"
*some cheers* "Who's never heard of us before and thinks we suck?"
*a few cheers (myself included)* It totally threw the member off — he was like "uuh, okay", as if stunned that anybody would dare to think they suck. I just had to laugh.
 
Interesting.  I've seen 'em twice and they totally embarrassed the follow-on acts both times by not only rocking the place harder, but with their stage presence and charisma.  Gomez played a private party for a friend of mine's promotion company and mixed their music with bits of stand-up comedy and goofy impressions - he said everyone left the gig a Gomez convert.

Guess you had to be there. . .

{#Meditate}

 cptbuz wrote:
good thing his name wasn't MacGhilleseatheanaich !
 
And what exactly do you have against that name?

Cordially,

Willoughby MacGhilleseatheanaich


 formersnowbug wrote:
The music sounds like a train slowing down in the middle of my intersection. And the singing is either Billy Goat Gruff or Twee Willie Winkie. I hate this.
 
Is Twee Willie Wee Willie's wife?

Change sound-engineer/producer, Gomez!
QUICKLY!
Just a "5" for me - sorry! "6" maybe! Max.!!

Walked back into the room as this as playing and thought it was The Who's Magic Bus for a moment

{#Lol}
 lily34 wrote:
i find over the years i like just about everything i hear from gomez. and i have 3 cds of theirs. love all of it. this song is no exception. great hearing it this morning, too.
 
Abandoned Shopping Trolley Hotline is a truly outstanding album. It's all over the place in captivating ways. I've had it in my car for many months now - great for driving.

Agreed! Just went from 8 > 9! {#Dancingbanana_2}


 helgigermany wrote:

Nice!!
 


Nice!!
 RobAnybody wrote:
hey, it has the same two chords as kings of leon's crawl!
 
One more chord and they'd have the truth!

{#Mrgreen}
hey, it has the same two chords as kings of leon's crawl!
{#Meditate}I agree, it seems that the Radio Paradise music god tells us a story.  Im feelin' it!
Can't get you out of my head...Poor Tom...Baby did a bad bad thing...Can't let go...Bring your lovin back here......

...I don't know, sometimes it seems like the playlists themselves are telling a story.  Good times, cheers, & happy Friday.
i find over the years i like just about everything i hear from gomez. and i have 3 cds of theirs. love all of it. this song is no exception. great hearing it this morning, too.
you've got to love a band that names one of their songs "shitbag"
I want Gomez to come rock my birthday party.
Jacksonstat wrote:
That was a new Gomez tune for me and I loved it! Not surpised though, he could sign the phone book and I'd probably love it.
:whisper: Gomez is not a person...well, not a band mamber anyway. The band played their first gig together in late 1996 in Leeds without a formal name. The band left a sign out for a friend of theirs whose surname was Gomez to indicate that it was the site of their first gig. People saw the sign and assumed that the band's name was Gomez - the name stuck. good thing his name wasn't MacGhilleseatheanaich !
:bananajam: :dancingbanana: :bananajam: :bananapiano: :dancingbanana:
:bananajam: :bounce: :bananajumprope:
That was a new Gomez tune for me and I loved it! Not surpised though, he could sign the phone book and I'd probably love it.
ploafmaster wrote:
Did you look at his Highest Rated Songs and see that he also loves a lot of music?
Yes, that wasn't my point though.
catrip wrote:
Phish, Chris Isaak, Lucinda Williams, Gomez... Bill, you're NAILING it.
you said it! :cheers:
Phish, Chris Isaak, Lucinda Williams, Gomez... Bill, you're NAILING it.
This disc is a bunch of outtakes, studio detritus, etc. That, I guess, would explain the ragged nature of this and a few other cuts. That's the risk in putting out stuff culled from the cutting room floor. If you've listened to their latest, How We Operate, I think you'd find a very mature band with a lot to say.
trav34 wrote:
well put...well said. the opening guitar-riff on this song is enough to make a grown man blush.
I don't think Joe Walsh blushed when he played it about, oh, 28 years ago ... "At the Station" from But Seriously, Folks ... nothing is new/everything is new.
GO MEZ GO! :motor:
The music sounds like a train slowing down in the middle of my intersection. And the singing is either Billy Goat Gruff or Twee Willie Winkie. I hate this.
... Gomez is fast becoming RP's house band and really I say ' bring it on!' Love'em! ...
stubbsz wrote:
Personally, I'd leave them here as i would leave most of the artists I hear on RP here. I notice from your lowest rated songs list, you hate a LOT of music.
Did you look at his Highest Rated Songs and see that he also loves a lot of music?
Tux wrote:
Nice wording. FWIW you've got my vote to send them elsewhere as a backup. And please have them take Radiohead and Coldplay to join them.
Personally, I'd leave them here as i would leave most of the artists I hear on RP here. I notice from your lowest rated songs list, you hate a LOT of music.
I saw Gomez in concert when they opened for Cake recently in San Jose. To put it bluntly, I thought they were awful. I don't know what the appeal of this band is -- but I guess they have some to some people since they obviously had some fans there. The thing that will stick out in my mind was when one of the group members asked the audience: "Who's heard of us before?" *cheers* "Who's never heard of us before but likes us?" *some cheers* "Who's never heard of us before and thinks we suck?" *a few cheers (myself included)* It totally threw the member off -- he was like "uuh, okay", as if stunned that anybody would dare to think they suck. I just had to laugh.
I've always liked Gomez, and this song's not that bad. A little monotonous at times, but still overall good.
tovarisch wrote:
Guess that shows that the concept of "just" is in the ear of the beholder. I'd vote them out of Paradise.....
Nice wording. FWIW you've got my vote to send them elsewhere as a backup. And please have them take Radiohead and Coldplay to join them.
akousa wrote:
If this was a just world, Gomez would be bigger than both Radiohead and Coldplay.
Guess that shows that the concept of "just" is in the ear of the beholder. I'd vote them out of Paradise.....
Bill Sometimes your links to iTunes don't work. I know this song is in iTunes, but when I clicked to link directly, it went nowhere. This happens a lot.
Your lovin' FRONT wouldn't be bad either. :butt: :oops: :wink:
drH wrote:
Hey, are these guys named after Gomez from the Addams Family?
But of course with that goofey music...
birdboy wrote:
The name of the band is explained at the band's website: (click here) go to the FAQ section...
PLEASE NOTE that that URL did not work as of Aug. 17, 2004, on an IE-using IBM-type PC. :whisper: :(
:bounce:
akousa wrote:
If this was a just world, Gomez would be bigger than both Radiohead and Coldplay.
Seconded. The AMG write-up on their new album is glowing ---- looking forward to it and hoping they'll tour through here again in support of it.
If this was a just world, Gomez would be bigger than both Radiohead and Coldplay.
Deja Vu! Chris Isaak, Lu Williams and Gomez in a row. Again. Is Bill out of the country AGAIN?
Yet another Gomez song that starts out with me convinced it's a Widespread Panic song. As huge a following as Widespread has, I'm a much bigger fan of Gomez. There's no such thing as too much Gomez on RP! Keep 'em coming...
The name of the band is explained at the band's website: (click here) go to the FAQ section...
Hey, are these guys named after Gomez from the Addams Family?
iggy33 wrote:
To the Gomez-loving crowd out there...what the one Gomez album one must have...?
Can't go wrong w/ In our Gun. Great CD by a great band.
To the Gomez-loving crowd out there...what the one Gomez album one must have...?
Strik wrote:
I'm a big Gomez fan, but this one's my favorite. This song turned up loud can inspire great things! What a great tune!!! Thanks for spinning it. :clap:
well put...well said. the opening guitar-riff on this song is enough to make a grown man blush.
One of the greatest bands of the last decade. I just wish they\'d come anywhere near Utah...
I\'m a big Gomez fan, but this one\'s my favorite. This song turned up loud can inspire great things! What a great tune!!! Thanks for spinning it. :clap:
One of the best bands of all time, IMHO! This track is one of many - I haven\'t heard a bad track by Gomez yet. By the way, I think they are from Southport, not Liverpool - I know it is a stone\'s throw away (especially by US standards) - however, I would invite those who think that this makes no difference to visit Sunderland (UK: North East, near Newcastle) on a Saturday night and shout \"NEWCASTLE\" a few times. Take some body armour with you.
These guys blow me away every time I hear another one of their tunes.
:clap: GREAT TUNE!! :clap:
Originally Posted by lily33: i think i have 3 gomez cds. all worth it. this is one highlight, that's for sure. but then there's that BMW song....i think its called Get Arrested...very fun. well, no matter. this rocks. (imho, a much better voice than mr. vedder.)
Lily 33: it's called 'Get Myself Arrested', and it's on 'Bring It On'. I like Gomez, but I can't get over reading a description of how they look like a university computing department's chess club -not your typical rock stars.
Kev_Dog likes it!
Interesting pairing with the Beatles track. Both bands are from Liverpool & Gomez is one of the best Britpop bands I\'ve heard in a long time.
New gomez coming the week of March 26, 2002. Yeah!
Beatles lite.
i can\'t believe that there are only 2 gomez songs in the playlist. Bill we need more Gomez PLEASE!!
Maybe it's my mood tonight, but I found this song annoying. I had to turn down the volume. It must be my mood because I rated it a 7 a while back. Oh well...sorry.
i think i have 3 gomez cds. all worth it. this is one highlight, that's for sure. but then there's that BMW song....i think its called Get Arrested...very fun. well, no matter. this rocks. (imho, a much better voice than mr. vedder.)