We Go Together

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"We Go Together"
Demo by Weezer
Album Maladroit Demos
Released 2001
Recorded September 2001
Length 2:19
Label none
Writer(s) Rivers Cuomo
RC# ?
COR# 289
Producer Weezer
Status Circulating
This song is part of the "Little Songs" (COR# 289) lineage of songs

"We Go Together" is a song by Weezer that was demoed during sessions for the album Maladroit.

Overview

"We Go Together" is first known to have been demoed at Sage and Sound Studios in Hollywood in September of 2001, the first studio sessions to feature bassist Scott Shriner. The song continued to be demoed at Steakhouse Studios and Cello Studios, being featured as part of a set of demos jokingly referred to by the band as "The Black Album". Weezer (performing under the name "Goat Punishment") performed "We Go Together" at a concert recorded for the HBO television program Reverb, which some fans consider the definitive version. It was later recorded during the sessions for Maladroit, with one version being released as an MP3 on the band's official website. The song did not, ultimately, make the cut for Maladroit. The song's lyrics were rewritten in 2002 as the song "Little Songs" during early sessions for the band's planned fifth album.

Audio

Lyrics

We go together
And that's to stay
And in the future
We'll always play

Looks like a big surprise
Hands up, it's in your eyes

We go together
And that's for sure
And in the future
We'll still be pure

Looks like a big surprise
Hands up, it's in your eyes

Here she comes again
Here she goes again
That's true

See also

External Links

Teenage Victory Songs entry for "We Go Together"