"Are Everything" as written by and Peter Shelley....
Your looks, my charm
My own imagination
My loves, your hates
Your own infatuation

Are everything
Are everything

My hopes, your fears
Your only limitation
Your thoughts, my schemes
My own evaluation

Are everything
Are everything

My looks, your charm
Your own imagination
Your loves, my hates
My own infatuation

Are everything
Are everything

Your hopes, my fears
My only limitation
My thoughts, your schemes
Your own evaluation

Are everything
Are everything

Your looks, my charm
My own imagination
My loves, your hates
Your own infatuation

Are everything
Are everything

My hopes, your fears
Your only limitation
Your thoughts, my schemes
My own evaluation

Are everything
Are everything

My looks, your charm
Your own imagination
Your loves, my hates
My own infatuation

Are everything
Are everything

Your hopes, my fears
My only limitation
My thoughts, your schemes
Your own evaluation

Are everything
Are everything



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"Are Everything" as written by Peter Shelley

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    General Commentthis song had so much potential, a very catcy riff spoilt by sloppy production and violas? on a buzzcocks record. This could have been massive and one of my favourite buzzcocks songs. What the heck were heaven 17 doing covering this, they should have been up in court for murder.
    sivillaon September 23, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI have tried to process this song several times and I just can't get it. Does anyone have a clue? Sometimes there isn't meant to be a meaning behind their music. But it's hurting my brain... Love these guys
    ALWAYSYOURS4EVERon March 16, 2011   Link
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    General CommentThe story behind this song.....

    It was written, recorded, and produced all in one session. The band and producer were all frying on LSD when they did this track (no, that's not a joke). All of the singles from Parts 1-3 had the same issue. They were exhausted and doing WAY too much acid. The fact that they had just switched to a new producer and were no longer even speaking to each other (particularly Shelley and Diggle) probably didn't help either.
    YRVMon June 08, 2014   Link

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