"The Everthere" as written by Guy Edward John Garvey, Mark Potter, Craig Lee Potter, Richard Barry Jupp and Peter James Turner....
All my saints have taken bribes
Singing going going gone
All the angels taken dives
Leaving you the only one

If I lose a sequin here and there
More salt than pepper in my hair
Can I rely on you
When all the songs are through
To be for me the everthere

Slide into another book
Now and then laugh out loud
Throw that very dirty look
Which says OK
Stop staring at me now

If I lose the sequence here and there
Less derring-do than quiet care
Can I rely on you
For a good talking to
To be for me the everthere

If I lose a sequin here and there
And take my time on every stair
Can I rely on you
When this whole thing is through
To be for me the everthere

Lyrics submitted by Leif_Erikson, edited by Termie, n3rdy1337

"The Everthere" as written by Richard Barry Jupp Peter James Turner

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    General CommentLovely song. I guess he's just saying that, even when he has nothing left, he hopes that the girl will always be there for him.
    Songmeaningsuseron December 22, 2005   Link
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    General CommentOr like Guy said a more melancholic When I'm 64

    If I ever get married I want this song on my wedding...
    tamedlamiaon November 30, 2007   Link
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    General CommentPlease spell lose correctly.
    ThomYorkeGuyGarvey92on November 15, 2010   Link
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    General CommentLovely song. As someone with more salt than pepper in my hair who has been married to his everthere for 26 years I can relate to it. Don't think I ever had any sequins to lose though ;-)
    proggieon November 01, 2012   Link

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