Passenger — Anywhere
Album: Young as the Morning Old as the Sea
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6.2

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Total ratings: 512
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Released: 2017
Length: 3:13
Plays (last 30 days): 2
If you get out on the ocean
If you sail out on the sea
If you get up in the mountains
If you go climbing on trees
All through every emotion
When you know that they don't care
Darling, that's when I'm with you
Oh, I'll go with you anywhere

If you get up in a jet plane
Or down in a submarine
If you get on to the next train
To somewhere you've never been
If you wanna ride in a fast car
And feel the wind in your hair
Darling just look beside you
Oh, I'll go with you anywhere

Oh, and I will be with you
When the darkest winter comes
Oh, and I will be with you
To feel the California sun
Oh, and I will be with you
In the night time and when it's through
Oh, I'll go anywhere with you

If you get up in the hill side
If you ride out on the planes
If you go digging up dirt
If you go out dancing in the rain
If you go chasing them rainbows
Just to find that gold ain't there
Darling just look behind you
Oh I'll go with you anywhere

Oh, and I will be with you
When the darkest winter comes
Oh, and I will be with you
To feel the California sun
Oh, and I will be with you
In the night time and when it's through
Oh, I'll go anywhere with you

Yeah I'll go anywhere with you

Oh, and I will be with you
When the darkest winter comes
Oh, and I will be with you
To feel the California sun
Oh, and I will be with you
In the night time and when it's through
Oh, darling I swear I'll go anywhere with you

Oh I'll go anywhere with you
Oh I'll go anywhere with you
Oh I'll go anywhere with you
Oh I'll go anywhere with you
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Did this guy sing "I took a pill in Ibiza?" Sounds like him.......
 NeuroGeek wrote:
I'm with lots of others here...catchy song, catchy lyrics, sucky voice.  Blech. 

 
yes, the voice keeps me from enjoying the song or rating it higher than 3. I hate men crying when they are singing... 
Good to hear something new from Passenger... Thanks RP.
I'm with lots of others here...catchy song, catchy lyrics, sucky voice.  Blech. 
 lizardking wrote:
I really wish I could rate this an 8....and it really is his voice that keeps me at a 5.  Kind of reminds me how James Blunt (or Blount as it really is spelled) songs are 5s at best because of that silly vocal thing.

 
I couldn't agree more with myself...in fact I've dropped this track all the way down to 1-Sucko-barfo - it's a mean trick when a pop song is so close to being enjoyable and then the vocals ruin it (IMHO of course)

Still...LONG LIVE RP!!


I call BS on the name "Passenger."  This is Manchester Orchestra.  Can't fool me. 
 tirednotion wrote:

Passenger always sounded like Brett Dennen to me, and I still get tricked time to time!

 
Me too! Like the sound, and voice! I saw Brett live, he is great!! 
I just can't take this guy's voice. Sorry, sure he's a lovely bloke and all.
 TerryS wrote:
Always makes me think of my neighbor who raced pigeons and would stand, impotent, when his fast bird would arrive in flash-time, but then it would sit on his shed roof and refuse to enter the roost to press the timing clock.
Why? Dunno, except he comes from Brighton. England, just like my neighbor.  
They weren't passenger pigeons, silly, the last one was shot in 1900.

 
Haw haw. Makes me think of this. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1BxFlmb6S6E
I really wish I could rate this an 8....and it really is his voice that keeps me at a 5.  Kind of reminds me how James Blunt (or Blount as it really is spelled) songs are 5s at best because of that silly vocal thing.
His voice is the absolute worst.  
Alvin and the Chipmunks after puberty?
I like it,just a happy beat, solid 7
 Alexandra wrote:


Exactly. And they (along with Paulo Nutini) are all full grown men but sound like fourteen year-olds who have breathed helium. Very unique.

 
I thought it was Paulo too. When Bill came on and said he had a distinctive voice I muttered "yeah, so distinctive I thought it was someone else..." {#Roflol}
Lame sound is looking for an elevator. 2 
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Always makes me think of my neighbor who raced pigeons and would stand, impotent, when his fast bird would arrive in flash-time, but then it would sit on his shed roof and refuse to enter the roost to press the timing clock.
Why? Dunno, except he comes from Brighton. England, just like my neighbor.  
They weren't passenger pigeons, silly, the last one was shot in 1900.
 tirednotion wrote:

Passenger always sounded like Brett Dennen to me, and I still get tricked time to time!

 

Exactly. And they (along with Paulo Nutini) are all full grown men but sound like fourteen year-olds who have breathed helium. Very unique.
 Proclivities wrote:

I thought it may have been Tracy Chapman's younger sister.

 
{#Roflol}

                                         spastic

 

 root0 wrote:

Paolo Nutini? 

 

Yes, him. 
 

diggin' that guitar

{#Cowboy}


 kingart wrote:
And where have I heard this fellow before? Familiar singer, different brand name.  Some patented wistful happiness.  Catchy but kind of basic. 

 
Passenger always sounded like Brett Dennen to me, and I still get tricked time to time!
 A_Radio_Head wrote:

Maybe you're thinking of the guy from Of Monsters and Men?
I don't think it's the same guy, similar sound though. 

 
I thought it may have been Tracy Chapman's younger sister.  The music sounds like something by Hootie & The Blowfish or Blues Traveler.
 kingart wrote:
And where have I heard this fellow before? Familiar singer, different brand name.  Some patented wistful happiness.  Catchy but kind of basic. 

 
Paolo Nutini? 
 kingart wrote:
And where have I heard this fellow before? Familiar singer, different brand name.  Some patented wistful happiness.  Catchy but kind of basic. 

 
Maybe you're thinking of the guy from Of Monsters and Men?
I don't think it's the same guy, similar sound though. 
And where have I heard this fellow before? Familiar singer, different brand name.  Some patented wistful happiness.  Catchy but kind of basic. 
I'm aboard