Could Be Anything:: The Eames Era

I have loved this song for a while. The first time I heard it was on a Grey’s Anatomy episode, and the music was amazing. Not only were the lyrics great, but it had this amazing beat and wonderfully different sound- it sucked you in.

Well I got to looking around about the band trying to know more, listened to more of their music and while searching saw that the bass player was Brian Waits… hmm… a lady I know has a son named Brian Waits… Couldn’t be.

It was! Which just makes the music that much better.

The Eames Era

Lyrics::

Run along, run a long way to find a one
Find a one who could turn you on
Underneath a cloudless sun

I certainly hope that you are happy
With your new change of company
Surrounded by your enemies

Can’t you see if I could be anything I want to be I would be you, see,
Can’t you see if I could be anything

And if you say everything will want to go your way
I will turn you away as easily as I turned you into me

Run along, run a long way to find a one
Find a one who could turn you on
Underneath a cloudless sun

I certainly hope that you are happy
With your new change of company
Surrounded by your enemies

If you say everything will want to go your way
I will turn you away as easily as I turned you into me

And can’t you see if I could be anything I want to be I would be you, see,
Can’t you see if I could be anything

Oh, oh, there’s a lot of things I could say to make you understand
I don’t have time to explain

Can’t you see if I could be anything I want to be I would be you, see,
Can’t you see if I could be anything

And if you say everything will want to go your way
I will turn you away as easily as I turned you into me

And can’t you see if I could be anything I want to be I would be you, see,
If I could be…

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