Blind Melon - Everyday Lyrics




Can I hold your Hand?
Try to understand that I may be giving everything I have,
Is it the same?
Nothing here has changed me or the course I'm plannin' on taking

The way it looked before,
Felt better from the window,
And now it's under my toes and now you know I am,
Remember how it looked before,
And It felt better from the window,
Now that it's fadin' away I feel it everyday.
Yeah.

Said son your gonna be just like me,
Said son gonna be just like me,
Said son gonna be just like me,

At the end of the day,
I'll sit back smile and
say 'Hey I proved em' wrong
and lived anotherererer

The way you looked before,
Felt better from the window,
It's under my toes and yeah you know I hide,
Remember how it looked before,
And It Felt better from the window,
Now that it's fadin' away,
I feel it everyday.
Yeah, Yeah,
Little bit, little bit, little bit every day, yeah,
Little bit every day, Yeah.
Oh little bit, little bit little bit everyday, yeah.





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  1. Aurelia De la sancha

    Jamás otra voz con esa escencia presencia tristeza que sabe a gusto y viceversa

  2. Ryuzaki Simms

    This song is one of my favorites. They should put more of Shannon Hoon's solo stuff on spotify.

  3. Sheri Peters

    StillListening Shannon 2018💔

  4. Daniel Anthony Plant

    Can I hold your Hand?
    Try to understand that I may be giving everything I have,
    Is it the same?
    Nothing here has changed me or the course I'm plannin' on taking

    The way it looked before,
    Felt better from the window,
    And now it's under my toes and now you know I am,
    Remember how it looked before,
    And It felt better from the window,
    Now that it's fadin' away I feel it everyday.
    Yeah.

    Said son your gonna be just like me,
    Said son gonna be just like me,
    Said son gonna be just like me,

    At the end of the day,
    I'll sit back smile and
    say 'Hey I proved em' wrong
    and lived anotherererer

    The way you looked before,
    Felt better from the window,
    It's under my toes and yeah you know I hide,
    Remember how it looked before,
    And It Felt better from the window,
    Now that it's fadin' away,
    I feel it everyday.
    Yeah, Yeah,
    Little bit, little bit, little bit every day, yeah,
    Little bit every day, Yeah.
    Oh little bit, little bit little bit everyday, yeah.

  5. Sean Mckelvey

    "I feel it (a lil bit) everyday"

  6. wickedevilify

    silence is the loudest sound. The world feels empty some days until I listen. ty Shannon for givin us you. I feel selfish for wantin you back on this miserable earth

    Griffin Condon

    +wickedevilify hey man, life aint so shitty...

    Jerrico Dunbar

    Thats one snazzy ass comeback

    Aaron

    wickedevilify don't feel selfish he didn't want to leave us

    Touchme Imsick

    Der Baron still a shitty earth ! It's why he said he'd rather be BLIND!

  7. msmegs93

    Same thing- "Blind Melon as one" were their music credits.

    Michael Dalton

    True at the start. But later, Hoon wanted his own publishing.

  8. miser

    nah man. just because they all did that, and shit. dosent really mean that it made their music good. im just saying that its way more then that,if you know what i mean

  9. Disc

    I guess the message is that you should remember how it looked before, so you know why you did it, and pursue that vision if you aren't satisfied yet.

  10. emily chiarelli

    the disparity of addiction makes for good art

  11. Quay Steffan

    pete doherty does!! but dont get me wrong...15-20yrs ago i was obsessed wth hoon and melon and still in some ways, but pete doherty is the modern day singer/sonwriter lariat! if u dont believe me utube his solo shit and its poetic, raw, genuine, and passionate! Just like shannon hoon and brad nowel too. Wow...all 3 have something in common...i wonder where all that passion comes from? ...heroin!

    Sheri Peters

    Quay Steffan Shannon wasn’t a heroin addict. His drug of choice was cocaine. He heart a heart attack while when he overdosed on coke. Get your facts straight!

  12. Dani Siders

    Such a strong song about the pains of addiction and of life really. Every single day shannon..

  13. J2a2n

    does anyone have the chords/tabs? thanks

  14. neouniverse2

    This song is not from Blind Melon, is from Shannon.

    Raw Vegan Guru

    how can I get all the rarities on CD. can't be living as well without having everything Shannon had done to listen to in a collection.......... .???

  15. Sam

    This is ... real music.

  16. Mick Bergen

    @Clion901 Makes it seem like they just put out a new record right? Awesome:)

  17. Caroline Carpenter

    It is amazing to hear these "new" songs after all this time. I think I have a new favorite song...beautiful.

  18. catman306

    this makes me miss my son.

  19. Dani Siders

    @indianamelonhead223 I thought it was weeping like the willow playing in the background of that song.

  20. adtea soup

    As much as i like other bands, there's a way that shannon hoon/blind melon make me feel that nothing else does. I haven't felt this way in like 10 yrs.

    BLndMeLninChains

    adtea soup I agree completely! There’s not one band that hits home like blind melon! Moves me like know other band can!

  21. AshlessandAnt

    @quinglaser i'd like to know too but i could not find anything online :(

  22. Luke Ashley

    @Leaves588 it upsets me on a daily basis cos i always listen to blind melon all day and everyday, and then realising the man i can hear singing, the guy im idolizing is actually buried underground. he's dead and he shouldnt be. he should be in his 40s still writing music running round stage with a beer belly but not giving a shit (:

  23. ChiefofTribe

    Its nice to appreciate artists, and he was an incredible poet, but I can't help but find it silly when I realize how we as a people tend to fall in love with these musicians because we connect their expression with our own. Everything and anything that is an expression of self is art. We are all artists. Let's fall in love with ourselves. The doctor who practices his art through a passion for helping to heal others, the school teacher who loves the idea of helping to educate young minds and in

  24. ChiefofTribe

    turn, assists them in finding their own way of communicating themselves to others, the proffesional athelete, the wife, the preacher, the pimp. Certainly, some may be misguided, but right and wrong is of no relevance to this point - their artists.

  25. Luke Ashley

    @quinglaser i dont think you can

  26. Dani Siders

    @Leaves588 That may seem over dramatic but in a way I understand what he/she is saying. This song appeals to such a deep and real part of me. And its so crushing to think this amazing person with so much emotion is gone. Shannon put himself in his songs. He was so honest about what he felt. The music he left behind will always be around to hear but his fans are really missing out on what he could have made if he hadn't died. Some people actually feel his music saved their lives.

  27. Levi W.

    LOL [this is to 'iHateSmellyPeople']: Did i just read this right?> Do you seriously feel like a 'part of you is missing becuz no one will ever get to hear new experiences' yada-yada-yada??? haha. WHAT?? Dude dont be so god damn dramatic, please... My first response to reading that, was 'Wow, what a oddly intense person..' honestly made me uncomfortable. LOL. Take it easy buddy :)

  28. Dani Siders

    @scavanaugh54 Oh okay. Thats cool thinks for telling me!

  29. Steven Cavanaugh

    @cheesecak1 If either of us had a poor or stereotypical observation, It would be you. That's the most obvious of the lyrics to point out. And by the way, I know Shannon's d.o.c. was coke, but he still did plenty of other drugs.

  30. Dani Siders

    I love this song so much.. it makes me love everyone on this page because you can relate to this aswell.

  31. Zak Davidson

    @scavanaugh54 Cool thanks

  32. Steven Cavanaugh

    @newrealization12 "Son you're gonna be just like me." (Hints line again). Then Shannon wrote this song, which is about his addiction to heroin, obviously("Now that it's fadin' away I feel it everyday.")

    Sheri Peters

    Steven Cavanaugh That’s bullshit. Shannon’s drug of choice wasn’t heroin. He may have used it but he like cocaine the best, and acid, weed. He went to REHAB to get clean then tripped on acid at Coachella and went back out on the road before he was ready. Get your facts straights!

  33. Steven Cavanaugh

    @newrealization12 Melon played a show up in Vancouver, and Shannon took a s*** ton of acid before they played, and ended up peeing all over the crowd, and had to go into a heroin detox center in Vancouver. He met a girl there and they snuck out of the detox center and shot up heroin between their toes(Hints the line"Now its under my toes.") The two snuck back into the center and Shannon met an old man who had been addicted to heroin almost his entire life and the man said to Shannon,

  34. Dani Siders

    @scavanaugh54 Whats the story behind this song? You got me curious.

  35. Steven Cavanaugh

    Story behind this song is amazing.

  36. jeff caliendo

    thank you for giving us this song. 10 years ago i couldnt find this song anywhere and everyone was hoarding the rare stuff . You cant stop it now! Thanks again, although i didnt really need to cry today

  37. Hayley W.

    I love this so much.

  38. jon schultz

    how can i get these great rare songs?

  39. Matthew Theberge

    BlindMelonForum (dot) com

    We'll hook you up! :)

  40. donn daniels

    so great to hear this stuff, i love it- just more insight-r.i.p.

  41. trreedog

    Wow! Never heard this one, do you have more?