Tuesday, October 16, 2007

The Song from 'Cane' - My Ship Is Coming In...

So apparently people like when I post music from shows and commercials, and I wouldn't do so if I didn't have the same curiosity, but I kept seeing those scenes from the next episode of Cane and I knew it was a familiar voice....so I stretched my brain. That's Colin Hay, the same voice that brought you those lingering lines from the Garden State soundtrack:

"Without you here, there is less to see
Don't want you thinking I'm unhappy
What is closer to the truth
If I lived till I was a hundred and two
I just don't think I'll ever get over you"

Maybe Colin is more noted from his popularity in Men At Work with hits like "Who Can It Be Now?" or "Down Under" or "Be Good Johnny", but personally I prefer the solo acoustic stuff.

So yes, the same man, that's his song in the Cane preview to the big cancer episode, "Waiting For My Real Life To Begin" from the album "Going Somewhere". I think it's kinda lame that I'm gonna post this, but here's the song on YouTube with no accompanying video, but all other versions online seem to suck balls.

You can check out all of Colin's music at his site here.

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