"I've Seen Everything" as written by Paul Livingston, Frank Reader and John Richard Douglas....
I've seen everything
I've seen everything
I've seen everything
Soothe your fear, we're off where it's warmer

Here's to all of us, I know you are worried
We're leaving here, regret to inform you
Leaving everything, it's just that we've got to
Believe in everything, we're leaving everything

It was all a big mistake
It was all a big mistake
It was all a big mistake

And I've seen everything, I've seen everything
The last three cheers, we're shaking the bottle
Pull the cork on us, there is no tomorrow
No yesterday and we won't be sorry

We knew all along that we'd never matter
We're leaving here, regret to inform
But soothe your fear, we're off where it's warm
And I've seen everything, I've seen everything

It was all a big mistake
It was all a big mistake
It was all a big mistake
Soothe your fear, we're off where it's warm

I've seen everything now and it was all a big mistake
Soothe your fear, we're off where it's warm
We're off where it's warm
We knew all along

We're off where it's warm
Here's to all of us
Soothe your fear...


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"I've Seen Everything" as written by Paul Livingston John Richard Douglas

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    General CommentAt first I took this song to be a happy song about making changes for the better in your life and finally awaiting the approach of spring. However, now I see that it could be taken as a song about suicide... the place "where it's warmer" could be Heaven or whatever idea the narrator has of a better place after death. "I've seen everything"- resignation, the belief that there's nothing more that life has to offer. "We're leaving here, regret to inform you"- the narrator and other people, friends maybe- perhaps members of a suicide pact- are leaving because they're no longer living, and they're sorry that they have to tell someone of their departure/sorry that they have to depart. There are some other lyrical connotations that I could go into, but won't. It's just surprising that a happy-sounding song on the surface really has quite saddening lyrics, like the song Easy Read, which sounds happy but contains the lyric "Nobody wants me here at all."
    EnduringChillon January 30, 2013   Link

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