Gomez — How We Operate
Album: How We Operate
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Released: 2006
Length: 5:21
Plays (last 30 days): 2
Calm down
And get straight
It's in our eyes
It's how we operate

You're true
You are
I'd apologize but it won't go very far

Please come here
Come right on over
And when we collide we'll see what gets left over

A little joy
A little sorrow
And a little pride so we won't have to borrow
Wherever you lead, I'll follow

Turn me inside out and upside down
And try to see things my way
Turn a new page, tear the old one out
And I'll try to see things your way

Please come here
Please come on over

There is no line that you can't step right over
Without you well I'm left hollow
So can we decide to try a little joy tomorrow
'Cos baby tonight I'll follow

Turn me inside out and upside down
And try to see things my way
Turn a new page, tear the old one out
And I'll try to see things your way

The way that we've been speaking now
I swear that we'd be friends, I swear
'Cos all these little deals go down with
Little consequences, we share, we share

Turn me inside out and upside down
And try to see things my way
Turn a new page, tear the old one out
And I'll try to see things your way

And I'm gonna love you anyway
Try to see things your way
Try to see things your way
Try to see things your way
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Fantastic band that never achieved the recognition they deserve.

Whoa!  I know what you did there, Bill...I smell what you're steppin' in.
Love this song, great music, very good lyrics.  Shame Gomez seems to have disappeared, it has been 7 years since their last album.   In Our Gun is one of my all time favorite albums.  
Excellent ! it's the city of Agel n°2 ?? Where are you Alanis {#Biggrin}
 Pjesnik wrote:

Some do, some don't. Similar to sine function, like pretty much everything in the world.   

 
Awesome! 
It's a rare occasion when someone makes a math reference that most people might understand.  
I'm also impressed with the high number of quality "BillG Rocks!" comments on this song. Bravo to BILLG again, always! 
dunno why I love this one. it's just got a beat to it. 
Bill has the taste and broad scope of time on his  side to choose exquisite music and transitions of all periods and types of music.
This song is one of my all time favorites!!!!! Gooooo mez... {#Crown}
 guthrieandme wrote:
Whoa... never heard the similarities between Alanis Morissette's "Uninvited" and this before. Kinda cool.

 
Neither had I... why?
Does Bill have some sort of a gift to be able to do this... to have this kind of intelligence (inter legere... being able to make relations between things)?
Anyway, that's why I have been listening to RP for about 15 years now.
TYVM Bill!   {#Notworthy}


Whoa... never heard the similarities between Alanis Morissette's "Uninvited" and this before. Kinda cool.
I bought this for my iPod as soon as I heard it and never get sick of it.
Come to think of it, most of the stuff on my iPod I discovered on RP.
Bill, you are the professor of my musical education {#Motor}
{#Bananajam}{#Bananapiano}{#Drummer}{#Dancingbanana_2}{#Bananajam}
 jbuhl wrote:
 
NirvJam

 
Sounds painful!
I wouldn't know Gomez existed if it wasn't for RP. Thanks Bill!
  Pioneer_Sing wrote:
My missus always says this is Pearl Jam when she hears it.....even I am starting to believe it!!!

dragon1952 wrote:

Kinda has a Nirvana feel to it also.

 
NirvJam
 fatcatjb wrote:
unbelievably...this song is starting to make sense to me. Went from 1 to 5 in one fell swoop

 
You've started to see things his way!
unbelievably...this song is starting to make sense to me. Went from 1 to 5 in one fell swoop
 luk4zen wrote:
Nice to hear this here... Hounted me for a wile ..{#Bananajam}

 
It did what now?
Nice to hear this here... Hounted me for a wile ..{#Bananajam}
 stevetheshoe wrote:
Reading the good and bad comments on this song reminds me of why I hate the internet. For some reason it fools people into thinking that the world cares what they think.

 
Some do, some don't. Similar to sine function, like pretty much everything in the world.