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Jackson Browne — Everywhere I Go
Album: I'm Alive
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Released: 1993
Length: 4:26
Plays (last 30 days): 1
I hear your heart beating everywhere
When we're apart I can hear you there
I hear your heart beating everywhere
Everywhere I go
People say that I must be in love
The way I forget what we're speaking of
The way I stand there smiling straight ahead
And walk away without hearing a word they said
I hear your heart beating everywhere
When we're apart I can close my eyes and hear you there
I hear your heart beating everywhere
Everywhere I go
In the middle of the football game
At the beach in the pouring rain
Standing on a hillside staring at the sun
People hurry by the unfortunate one
With the faraway eyes and the mystery smile
Moving my body in a ragamuffin style
I can't sit down when I hear it start
I hear your heart everywhere I go
People say that I must be a fool
Cause when I'm near you I cannot be cool
I don't quite make sense when I talk to you
And when you smile I forget everything I knew
I hear your heart beating everywhere
When we're apart I can close my eyes and hear you there
I hear your heart beating everywhere
Everywhere I go
Standing in the market where I buy my bread
With a hunger in my belly and a rhythm in my head
Looking all around for something good to eat
Between the butter and the beans and the mops and the meat
Coffee from the mountain, honey from the bee
Nothing tastes as good as you taste to me
Rocking in the aisle to my inside song
People staring at me think I got a Walkman on
I hear your heart beating everywhere
I hear your heart
I hear your heart beating everywhere
I hear your heart
Beating everywhere I go
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He just said Walkman!
My daughter had a heart transplant about 22 years ago, and this song has always been a tearjerker for me, every time I hear it. She's doing great, and while it's not technically her heart I hear, I'm still very happy to hear it, everywhere I go.
Every once in a while Jackson Brown comes up with a cheerful song.  

There's hope for humanity after all.
Red Red Wine, You Make Me Feel So Fine.
I would so much rather this be Sublime
Average fluff. Nothing to get excited about.
An ironic name for an LP that sounds like he is barely alive. At least this tune.I had never heard of this LP, now I know why.
Would it be so hard for them to have their instruments in tune?
 ziggytrix wrote:
Why does this song make me think of UB40's Red Red Wine so much...
 

Similar cultural misappropriation maybe?
If you’re ever in the studio with your band, and someone says “hey, let’s do this one reggae style!“, you should pause and consult the handbook of things that pop-rock stars should never do. Reaggae style is right after the section on slapping a hip-hop section in the middle of the song, I believe.
Did Jackson Brown just say "Moving my body in a ragamuffin style "?
 ziggytrix wrote:
Why does this song make me think of UB40's Red Red Wine so much...
 
Why?  Oh, I think you know why!
Why does this song make me think of UB40's Red Red Wine so much...
Jackson Browne does reggae? Who knew!
 dtown40 wrote:
I am a fan of Jackson Browne, but this tune just does not do it for me. Sorry.
 
I am not a fan of Jackson Browne, but this tune does do it for me. {#Cheesygrin}
Good album. I can't believe it's 25 years old. What's a Walkman?
I am a fan of Jackson Browne, but this tune just does not do it for me. Sorry.
 SchoepTone wrote:
Love the song and album. One of my favorite JB albums.
 
Yes, definitely some good tunes on this album, especially the title track.
At first I found the drums were mixed a bit too much upfront, but when you have such a master of precision in your band, it's worth giving him the importance he deserves.
Love the song and album. One of my favorite JB albums.
what a songwriter