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“With so many vital issues facing the world these days, one would be hard-pressed to ignore them. My song, You and Me, reflects this important moment in history in which we live and calls people to pay attention.” – Joshua Radin
 
Joshua Radin provided this song to Millions from One to do his part in spreading the word about this worthy cause. He believes in the efforts of Million from One and hopes everyone will do their part to help bring clean water to those in need.

“In terms of inspiration, we were honored to be asked to contribute, and lyrically wanted to express the idea that there’s always ‘a chance to make things right.’ We tried to make a chorus that would express that idea– that if people want to, they can always find a way to make things better. This song is peppered with that idea, and our hope was to have a listener walk away remembering that there’s always a choice. The choice in this song is between focusing on a disappointing past, or pursuing the opportunity to make a change.” - Brian Bason, Mere

You and Me Song Lyrics

The sun is setting and it’s time for bed
But we can’t sleep or even lay down
‘Cause there is something that you need to hear us say

All our worries are still in our heads
And all the trees are being cut down, down town
And on the news it’s the fear that keeps us awake

We have to make them see clearly
Or in the end we’ll all be paying dearly
How long has this been going on

Let the leaders say we know nothing
Let them preach from up on their hill
When the people below want to change, if they can they will
You and me, and we’ll make the world follow
You and me, and we’ll make the world follow

We have to say it as one
‘Cause on our own no one will listen
Sing with me and they’ll hear us from down below

We have to make them see it clearly
Or in the end we’ll all be paying dearly
How long has this been going on

Let the leaders say we know nothing
Let them preach from up on their hill
When the people below want to change, if they can they will
You and me, and we’ll make the world follow
You and me, and we’ll make the world follow
You and me, and we’ll make the world follow

Bring marches over us
Now is the time
To welcome a new day
Open your eyes

We have to make them see it clearly
Or in the end we’ll all be paying dearly
How long has this been going on

Let the leaders say we know nothing
Let them preach from up on their hill
When the people below want to change, if they can they will
You and me, and we’ll make the world follow
You and me, and we’ll make the world follow
You and me, and we’ll make the world follow

MORE ABOUT THE ARTIST

Joshua Radin’s album, Simple Times, offers the next step in the evolution of an artist whose talent is flourishing, whose skills have grown and whose vision is broader than ever before. “I feel like, right about now I’m starting to hit my stride, which is cool,” he says. “With this record I feel like I can come out and say, ‘OK, I’m a fully formed artist now.’ I just hope that other people like it as much as I like it.” They definitely do: music from the album has been featured on hit television shows such as “Grey’s Anatomy,” “American Idol,” and “House,” among others. Since the record’s release, he’s performed on “Late Night with Conan O’Brien,” “The Bonnie Hunt Show,” “CBS Early Show/Second Cup Café” and “The Today Show.” Billboard, Rolling Stone and CNN, among others, have also covered the song. In addition, the video for his lead single, I’d Rather Be With You, which is directed by Zach Braff (“Scrubs”) and features Katrina Bowden from “30 Rock,” has been getting much airtime on VH1.