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Roadkill Ghost Choir — Everywhere
Album: Keep It Under Cover
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6.8

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Total ratings: 1072









Released: 2015
Length: 6:02
Plays (last 30 days): 2
Can you hear me calling
Out your name
You know that I'm falling
And I don't know what to say

I'll speak a little louder
I'll even shout
You know that I'm pround
And I can't get the words out

Oh I...
I want to be with you everywhere
Oh I...
I want to be with you everywhere
(Wanna be with you everywhere)

Something's happening
Happening to me
My friends say I'm acting peculiarly

C'mon baby
We better make a start
You better make it soon
Before you break my heart

Oh I...
I want to be with you everywhere
Oh I...
I want to be with you everywhere
(Wanna be with you everywhere)

Can you hear me calling
Out your name
You know that I'm falling
And I don't know what to say

Come along baby
We better make a start
You better make it soon
Before you break my heart

Oh I...
I want to be with you everywhere
Oh I...
I want to be with you everywhere
Oh I...
I want to be with you everywhere
Oh I...
I want to be with you everywhere
(Wanna be with you everywhere)
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I'm joining the "I prefer this to the original" club.
It's quite rare for a cover to appeal more to me than the original - this is one of those exceptions.
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Interesting take on this, great cover.
I love a good cover.  This one does nothing for me.  Forgettable.  This is Christine's song, period.  No rating.
what a fun aha moment when i realized it was Christine McVie's voice I am used to hearing singing these lyrics.

that version was great when I was in middle school.
this one is great now that I'm in my 40s.
Each time I hear this I seem to like it more than the last time....so I bumped my 7 to an 8.  The FM version was on the greatest hits tape I wore out back in the early 90s, not sure if I like one better than the other as they are so different.   Long Live RP!!
Nice and easy on a a Saturday afternoon. Love this version. Love this band. Thanks RP.
I love a cover song that sounds great and is transformational enough that is takes you a good minute to realize what the original is!
I never considered the original a particularly strong song, this version adds nothing for me.
 nutrod42 wrote:
I like this better than the original. The original is bland; this is actually interesting.

 
The original came out in 1987 and, not judging it as particularly bad or good, but it sounds very much like it came out in 1987. I prefer this re-imagining of the song, as it takes a dated pop tune and gives it a dose of timelessness & gravity.
Lovely recording of the song, but the vocals are buried in the mix.
I like this better than the original. The original is bland; this is actually interesting.
what a great band name.
 Stephenater wrote:

I was thinking late 70's, but it looks like the Camaro had dual-beam headlights until 1982, so I stand corrected:)

Was there with my buddies for Spring Break in 1979.  What a blast!

Love the song BTW. 

  80's Ford Stepside in the background also.


Roadkill Ghost Choir... They must have been looking in the name my band topic on the forum.
 LPCity wrote:
Ahh, Daytona Beach in the 80's I see.

 
I was thinking late 70's, but it looks like the Camaro had dual-beam headlights until 1982, so I stand corrected:)

Was there with my buddies for Spring Break in 1979.  What a blast!

Love the song BTW. 
Ahh, Daytona Beach in the 80's I see.
Nice and easy on a Sunday morning  :-)      Thanks RP
Love a cover that isn't just a 'rinse and repeat.' They've really put their own stamp on it. Heart, lots of heart
I like this melancholy mood. A very good and unique interpretation of a mediocre Fleetwood Mac song.
Yep, really like this....perhaps because it's a Sunday morning and the song fits.   Does anyone else get a Sun Kil Moon vibe from this? 
 pamorama wrote:
I'm hooked. Gorgeous. And the black and white album cover image is spot-on for the song.
 

 


For a few bars I thought it was Marianne Faithfull. He has the same style of delivery.
 DaveInVA wrote:
Interesting they used a recording of an ultrasound for the sound defect...

 
So that is what I am hearing.  Interesting....

And here, I thought the doves in the neighbourhood had come up with a new song.  {#Stupid}    Yup, I actually turned off RP for a moment just to confirm.
It was 99 degrees here today and now it's raining and this song is perfect.
I detect an odd struggle in my mind concerning this total revision of the sweetly-sung love song by Christine McVie.
Typically I'd be annoyed at such a drastic change in tone, but not quite so this time.
I do prefer the original, and I'm not sure that I really wish to ever hear this new one again (okay maybe once more 6 months from now), but I do have to give credit for the artistic efforts that went into this new version.
 pamorama wrote:
I'm hooked. Gorgeous. And the black and white album cover image is spot-on for the song.
 

 


I'm hooked. Gorgeous. And the black and white album cover image is spot-on for the song.
 
Interesting they used a recording of an ultrasound for the sound defect...
 Huey wrote:
Wow, haunting....this is way beter than the original Fleetwood Mac IMO. 8.

 
Now that's not what I think. I prefer the original, as (almost) always.
 DaidyBoy wrote:
You're going to damage that Mustang bonnet, yer goddam idjyut.

 
Screw the bonnet.............no, wait I got that wrong.


Nope.  Doesn't offer anything to me beyond wondering who put the album on at the wrong speed.
 DaidyBoy wrote:
You're going to damage that Mustang bonnet, yer goddam idjyut.

 

Yes, take off the can...
 DaidyBoy wrote:
You're going to damage that Mustang bonnet, yer goddam idjyut.

 
{#Cheesygrin}
You're going to damage that Mustang bonnet, yer goddam idjyut.
 myersei wrote:
not usually a fan of covers, but dig this one.

 
Yeah, this is cool... the original is quite peppy, but this is melancholy. I didn't recognize it as a cover of the Fleetwood Mac song at first.
not usually a fan of covers, but dig this one.
>>> Joke

>>> Your head

 
Proclivities wrote:

I do too, but judging by the cars, that photo is probably at least twenty years old.  I assume they liked the image and purchased the rights to use it.

 


This one pulled me across the room- interesting...
This song is as atmospheric and ethereal as the band name suggests. 8 from the spirited away Nottingham jury.
 Zoonhollis wrote:
Dear drummer of this band:

1. Get yourself a metronome 
2. Use it 

 
{#Lol}
Dear drummer of this band:

1. Get yourself a metronome 
2. Use it 
 wgsu_1978 wrote:

I hate obvious product placements.
 
I do too, but judging by the cars, that photo is probably at least twenty years old.  I assume they liked the image and purchased the rights to use it.
Now that's a cover! Ever so slight inflection of the key lyric to give a nod to the original otherwise very much it's own tune. mmm... yes. 
Right now I am on a different plane then RP's selection here so I'll just go to YouTube and punch up some Al Green.
I,love the band's name!
 jdhockey526 wrote:
Like it - want to buy it. Can't find it. Looked "Everywhere" {#Wink}. Anyone know where to get this song?

 
You can listen to it on spotify.
Like it - want to buy it. Can't find it. Looked "Everywhere" {#Wink}. Anyone know where to get this song?
Kind of a snooze...
 SteadyRollingMan wrote:
{#Cool}Mr. Pibb on the hood should be a Budweiser.

 
I hate obvious product placements.
Love these guys and they are fronted by Cousin It!{#Lol}
A gallon of Budweiser is urgently required by the dude on the right-hand side {#Wink}

SteadyRollingMan wrote:
{#Cool}Mr. Pibb on the hood should be a Budweiser.

 

Wow, haunting....this is way beter than the original Fleetwood Mac IMO. 8.
OOOOh its, erm,,,, uuh,,,,, its um...... yeah, that one.    Interesting!     I like it.       8
Been waiting on this one for awhile  :)
First play for this song... ever? I missed the original moonwalk... thank God I was present for this! I think I need a nap.
{#Cool}Mr. Pibb on the hood should be a Budweiser.