The Who - Join Together


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"Join Together" is a song by British rock band The Who, first released as a non-album single in May 1972. The song has since been performed live multiple times and has appeared on numerous compilation albums.


"Join Together" is also notable for its roots in The Who's abandoned Lifehouse album, a quality shared by The Who's other 1972 single "Relay".




Lyrics


When you hear the sound a coming

Hear the drummer drumming

I want you to join together with the band

We don't move in any 'ticular direction

And we don't make no collection

Won't you to join together with the band?


Do you really think I care

What you eat or what you wear?

We want you to join together with the band

There's a million ways to laugh

And every one's a path

Come on and join together with the band


Everybody join (join together)

I want you to join (join together)

A-come on and (join together with the band)

We need you to (join together)

Come on and (join together)

Come on and (join together with the band)


You don't have to play

You can follow or lead the way

I want you to join together with the band

We don't know where we're going

But the season's right for knowing

I want you to join together with the band


It's the singer not the song

That makes the music move along

I want you to join together with the band

This is the biggest band you'll find

It's as deep as it is wide

Come on and join together with the band


Hey-hey-hey-hey-hey (join together)

Well, everybody come on (join together)

Come on and join (join together with the band)

We need you to (join together)

Everybody, come on (join together)

Hey, hey, hey (join together with the band)

Join together with the band





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