"Everybody Out There" as written by and Paul Mccartney....
Hey, everybody out there,
You know what it's like,
When you haven't got a life,
when you haven't got a life,
Hey, do you want to make a differance?
Well stand in the line,
If you haven't got the time,
I can give you some of mine,
Never for the grace of god go you... And I,
We're the brightest objects in the sky,
Never for the grace of god go you... And I,
Do some good before you say goodbye,

Hey, I was trying to remember
How bad it was then,
When you didn't have a friend (x2)

Hey everybody out there (ooh ooh ooh ooh),
Everybody out there,
Hey, everybody out there,
Everybody out there.

Never for the grace of god go you and I,
We're the brightest objects in the sky,
Remember never for the grace of god go you and I,
Do some good before you say goodbye,

Hey, everybody out there,
Oh talk to me! I can't hear you, oh yeh yeh yeh yeh,
Hey is anybody out there,
I know what it's like (x2)
Anybody out there, I can't hear you, I can't hear you,
Everybody out there


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"Everybody Out There" as written by Paul Mccartney

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    My InterpretationWell, first off, brilliant song; McCartney's still got it.
    The line "there but for the grace of God go you and I" is a take on "there but for the grace of God go I," supposedly a statement made by John Bradford in the 16th century on humility and how someone else's misfortune could have been yours. Anyways, I see the song as somewhat straightforward encouragement to "do some good" on the planet as you have been, and could at any point, find yourself in difficult times and seeking help or simply kindness.
    "We're the brightest objects in the sky," it seems to me, sort of indicates that he knows himself and the listener to be more capable of making a change than many. They have the power to be the light in the darkness, to draw people and guide them; and it's their responsibility to take on in in this life.
    toesesofmoseson August 24, 2014   Link

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