There she goes
There she goes again
Racing through my brain
And I just can't contain
This feeling that remains

There she goes
There she goes again
Pulsing through my veins
And I just can't contain
This feeling that remains

There she goes (there she goes again)
There she goes again (there she goes again)
Racing through my brain (there she goes)
And I just can't contain
This feeling that remains

There she goes
There she goes again
She calls my name
Pulls my train
No one else could heal my pain
And I just can't contain
This feeling that remains

There she goes (she calls my name)
There she goes again (she calls my name)
Chasing down my lane (she calls my name)
And I just can't contain
This feeling that remains

There she goes (there she goes again)
There she goes (there she goes again)
There she goes


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  • +2
    General Comment

    I can't believe no-one told Sixpence None the Richer that this La's classic is really about smack! It's one of the most well-known indie facts ever, so I feel quite smug getting the chance post it here...

    Rich_Mon May 27, 2002   Link
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    Could it be that Matt Slocum and Leigh Nash really didnt care if this song is about heroin or not? If everyone is free to interpret, isnt a cover band free to cover with their own slant on the meaning?

    divinediscontenton November 24, 2004   Link
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    The La's ex-guitarist denied that was heroin, he more or less that was sort of like the drug of madness, but not a drug itself. Source-Wikipedia.

    cranberrydudeon November 23, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    I honestly don't think it's about a same sex infatuation.I can't imagine this song sung by a man.She sings it beautifully and who is to say it is not about her baby girl?("ie "pulls my train");) :)

    emuInAmuumuuon May 13, 2012   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    too right mr mynci

    Sir_commenting_slagon July 12, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    this song has just a beautiful melody to sing with.

    ramonesmaniaon July 13, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    this cover up isn't so bad. it sounds nice. maybe it's the homophobia that a female voice is singing about another female. heh. OH WELL! sixpence none the richer have other good original songs.

    somniphobicon August 14, 2002   Link
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    General Comment

    I rather like this song, homophobia cover or not.

    justascrazyon June 05, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    lol me too nazi

    skakaylaon June 21, 2004   Link
  • 0
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    This is a great song. I don't know what it's about but i heard the version before...the one with the male vocals and i like this one even better. It's just a great one to sing along to.

    Licion October 14, 2004   Link

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