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Ben Taylor Band — Just Like Everyone Else
Album: Famous Among the Barns
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Released: 2003
Length: 2:39
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What if just like everyone else
You were kidding yourself
And you decided the love you'd been resisting
Had only your best interests in mind
Would you look at yourself in the mirror and try
To restore your illusions with lies
Or would you sit like you do sometimes
In the kitchen and smile

What if just like everyone else
You were fooling yourself all along
And what you had believed would be right turned out to be so wrong

Ooh, just like everyone else, just like everyone else,
just like everyone else.

But how come every time I go inside
I've got to be so scared
It seems almost as if every time I close my eyes I disappear
If I remember correctly I meant to repent it
Forget it directly and get some professional help

What if just like everyone else
I've be fooling myself all along
And that which I perceived to be weak turned out to be so strong

Ooh, just like everyone else, just like everyone else,
just like everyone else.

Ooh, just like everyone else, just like everyone else,
just like everyone else.
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Ben Taylor discusses musical influences from his parents Carly Simon and James Taylor:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOpys9LynK8



coding_to_music wrote:
Sounds more like his uncle Livingston Taylor...
I thought of Livingston, too....
Yep, he sounds like his Dad. Nice cut.
Sounds more like his uncle Livingston Taylor...
I thought it sounded like a young James Taylor. I logged on - and it's his son! Sweet track -
The entire cd is very listenable. I have had it in my collection for about a year or so, and it was played alot (before I discovered RP or course).
The James...err, Ben Taylor Band, ladies and gentlemen! Quite likeable, indeed.
My wife and I both wondered if this was James Taylor. It was his kid! Very good song = 7
wow i hear alot of sweet baby james... :motor:
The whole album's scrumptious...eerie how much he sounds like Dad, tho', eh? Compare to, say, Jakob Dylan or Chris Stills. :propeller: