Stock Music track: Everything You Do

This song is an anthem about the "cool" trendy kids who think they are better than others. It would be great for underdog stories on television shows, teenage shows and reality television. Available as a vocal version and an instrumental version.

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Track details

Track ID number: 13989
Genres: Vocal Rock music - Royalty free vocal rock music -- Rock: General Rock / Guitar music
Moods/Emotions: Ironic / Spiteful / Bad Attitude -- Excited / Enthusiastic / Energetic -- Cool / Funky / Strutting
Suggested Production Types: Teen / Youth / School -- Urban Culture / Youth Subculture
Prominent Instruments: Bass (Electric) -- Drums (Drum Kit) -- Guitar (Electric) -- Vocals (Male) / Singing with Lyrics
Tempo feel: Slow -- Medium
Tempo Beats Per Minute: 90
Artist: Take Cover
Composer: Ryan Wickard, Brady Trudeau, Derek Johnson, Odin Holmes, Jordan Schmidt (ASCAP)
Publisher: Take Cover Music LLC
SRCO (Sound Recording Copyright Owner): Ryan Wickard, Brady Trudeau, Derek Johnson, Odin Holmes, Jordan Schmidt
PRO / Non-PRO Track? PRO (What's this?)
WAV file bit depth: CD-quality / 16-bit (What's this?)
Stem files available for this track: No
Lyrics: It's a cloudy day, but the sun is on the way.
Everyone’s excited, but you.
Because the only time you socialize
Is 2 for 1’s on Friday night,
To talk yourself up and drink yourself through the floor.
Oh, everything you do drives me crazy,
I can’t stand you.
And the lies that you tell
To one up everyone else,
You can go straight to hell
Because I’m calling bullshit.
I’m not alone, I’m not the only one.
Who can see through it all,
Through everything you’ve done.
You can smirk, you can smile,
With some wit and some style,
But your disguise will only last for so long.
Oh, everything you do drives me crazy,
I can’t stand you.
And the names that you drop,
Like you’re some pop-culture God.
Well, enough is enough
And I’m calling bullshit.
So tell me why
Every time you see somebody else shining,
You’ve gotta shoot em right out of the sky

Well, enough is enough
And we’ve all had enough of your bullshit.
Oh, everything you do
Oh, everything you do
Oh, everything you do
Oh, everything you do (drives me crazy, crazy crazy)
Oh, everything you do drives me crazy,
I can’t stand you.
And the money you spend on today’s latest trend,
Right here, right now it all ends
Because I’m calling bullshit.
Album containing this track: (None)
About the Artist
Take Cover Take Cover

Take Cover formed in the fall of 2007 and hit the ground running. After a few months of writing, they entered the studio in the spring to record with their good friend and producer Jordan Schmidt (All Time Low, Motion City Soundtrack). Their debut self-titled EP was released that September and was followed by a first tour with Minnesota natives Sing It Loud (Epitaph Records) and You, Me and Everyone We Know (Doghouse Records). The boys were honored to begin their journey as a band with such an esteemed touring package and didn't let the momentum stop there. After touring on their self-titled EP that following winter and spring of 2009, they began the writing process for their sophomore EP "The Last Word." (Also produced by Jordan Schmidt). Following a sold out hometown release show for this EP, Take Cover hit the road once more in the summer and fall of 2009 with Quietdrive (formerly Sony Records) and The Higher (Epitaph Records). Over the winter of 2009, Take Cover began putting together an acoustic EP titled "Waiting in the Moment", consisting of both old and new songs. This online release, debuting in January of 2010, gave the fans a unique look into the versatility of the band, all the while giving the band more time to write new full band songs during the winter. Take Cover released their debut full length, "The Dreamer and The Realist" (produced by Jordan Schmidt) in June of 2011, and hit the road with pop giants Every Avenue and Hit the Lights. Take Cover has also shared the stage with such acts as The Fold, William Beckett (The Academy Is), Danny Stevens (The Audition), Jamestown Story, Reel Big Fish and The Graduate. Take Cover parted ways in April 2012 to a sold out crowd and have since started new projects.


[Please note: This artist does not want their music to be used in Adult films or any other Adult content].