"Love is Everywhere" as written by Darren Tate, Michael Jackson-clarke, Earlam Bruce Hammond and John Sam Davies....
Soon Yi was a pilot in the nationally known
Amazing ladies of the outer ozone
She didn't have no kids she didn't have no time
She was a woman of her word, she was a fighter of crime
She looked good in a hat, she had a natural way
With tools and no car she went to UCLA

And everybody said she was as crazy as a loon
And she was a girl she'd spend every afternoon
Sitting in her backyard pretending to be
A fighter ace in the Japanese military
She liked to make up her mind, she kept her feet in the air
She wore her heart on her sleeve, cause she'd found it there

And it was all well and good until she met this young man
A young pilot named steve with a beautiful tan
He spoke english and french and swam like a swan
He had a mouth full of teeth and more style than Cézanne
He could talk to the bees, he could breathe in the air
He wore his heart on his sleeve, cause he'd found it there

And they'd sit in the trees and they'd talk through the night
While the blind moon swam in the pale starry light
And they talked and they crowed and they told what they knew
It was better than beer, it was all strange and new
There was grass all around, there was black up above
It was more than hello, it was something like love

And I don't know why life, it seems to be
So hard for dreamers like you and me
When love is, love is, love is everywhere


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"Love Is Everywhere" as written by Darren Tate Bruce Hammond Earlam

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    My InterpretationI kinda thought that this was a sad song .. the first part tells of the story of Soon Yi and how she, despite being so quirky, found love. Someone who loves her for who she is, and who like her, wears his heart on his sleeve.

    It is the last stanza that really moved me.

    It sounded as tho the songwriter and his muse can't be together, and hence the lament about why does life seem so hard for dreamers for him and his muse, when love is everywhere..

    Love the song really!
    dazeson February 08, 2016   Link
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    General Commentwow I can't believe no one has commented this yet. I first heard this song in "All About Steve" and I loved it.
    To me this song is describing a woman that dances to her own drum, not caring what people think about her. Then a man comes along that is also unique and they fall in love. Because they're both are so out-of-the-ordinary, they haven't fallen in love before by saying "it was all strange and new".
    I could be wrong but that's what I get out of this song.
    Regardless, it's amazing!
    LillyLullabyon January 04, 2010   Link

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