"Come On Let's Go" as written by Patricia Ann Keenan, James Cargill, Richard Bancroft Stevens and Timothy Felton....
You won't find it by yourself
You're gonna need some help
And you won't fail with me around
Come on let's go

I will tell you if you change
And who's been saying things
It's hard to tell who is real in here
Come on let's go

You know who to turn to
Now everything's changed
Come on, lets go
Stop looking for answers
In everyone's face
Come on let's go

What's the point in wasting time
On people that you'll never know
Come on let's go

When you're looking for a friend
But it's empty at the end
When everybody's disappeared
You won't be alone

If you want I'll compensate
If you overestimate
So there's nothing left to fear
You won't be alone
You know who to turn to
Now everything's changed
Come on let's go
Stop looking for answers
In everyone's face
Come on let's go

What's the point in wasting time
On people that you'll never know
Come on let's go


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"Come on Let's Go" as written by Patricia Ann Keenan James Cargill

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  • +1
    General CommentWhat are you doing, wasting time looking for others to be friends with/fall in love with, when I've been here the whole time? Can't you see I'll always be here for you? Well if you ever need someone I was always here for you.

    God this describes my relationship with a girl so much.
    Apothon May 12, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentFantastic "60's style" abstract pop. Sounds like it should be the soundtrack to a 'modern day' cult action film, invloving the vulnerable and the french secret service (much like Nikita). A must for anyone with the psychological room to think.

    Rest in Peace Trish!
    selfcontainedon January 20, 2011   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI love this song. Her voice sounds beautiful. This is probably my favorite from Broadcast, right now.
    JohnnyNny94on August 11, 2011   Link
  • 0
    General Commentgreat song!
    explodemyhearton October 27, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song reminds me of the 80's John Hughes teen-angst classic, Some Kind of Wonderful. Artsy-fartsy dork Eric Stoltz is in love with fiery redhead Leigh Thompson, the most popular girl in school. What he fails to realize is that he's already got a perfectly serviceable, if greasy babe, his gearhead tomboy best friend, Mary Stewart Masterson.
    I never understood what the hell was the matter with Eric Stoltz, Masterson was cool, played the drums, and in my opinion, was even prettier than Thompson. Anyway, this song is some kind of wonderful, and so is Broadcast!
    DevastatorJr.on January 18, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI would go with her. She died a few years ago, which makes me feel sad.
    thujoneon September 24, 2014   Link
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    General CommentI think there's a parallel meaning as well as the clear one about a party and looking for yourself and love in other people. How about this? It's about a man's journey, with the woman leading (like in dante's divine comedy where his love Beatrice leads him though she leaves him towards the end to go it alone). She's saying I'll tell you what people are saying and that you won't make it alone and that it's hard to tell what's real and what's internal madness voices. What that implies to me is that there's a kind of source of information. It is best described by two things. That it's a general opinion on what direction not to take and therefore which to take (what people are saying) and that I'll tell you if you change, i.e. if you start losing your core sense of positive difficult journey and become dark. That line is perhaps the one that suddenly doesn't make sense in the story of it being about a party, but in the deeper alternative level version it makes perfect sense, which might suggest that it's right, or at least that there is an alternative understanding of the song.
    adam103775on June 07, 2016   Link

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