Who Sang Someday? Neil Young

Neil Young Freedom cover art
publisher: ©Peermusic Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
writers: Count Basie, Bennie Moten
release date: 1989-10-2
genres: Rock
styles: Classic Rock/Acoustic/Hard Rock
length: 5:43
producer: The Volume Dealers
membranophone: Chad Cromwell
vocal: Neil Young
trumpet: John Fumo and Tommy Bray
mixer: Neil Young and Niko Bolas
recording engineer: Niko Bolas
bass: Rick Rosas
alto saxophone: Ben Keith
guitar: Neil Young
keyboard: Frank Sampedro
tenor saxophone: Steve Lawrence
trombone: Claude Cailliet
baritone saxophone: Larry Cragg
composer: Neil Young
lyricist: Neil Young
Wake up all you sleeping beauties
More are being born while you rest
They're pipin' music in
We all have to sin
We all have to sin

Rommel wore a ring on his finger
He only took it off when he flew his plane
Once he told me why
He said we all have to fly
We all have to fly

The T.V. preacher can't be bothered
With those petty things
He stays a step removed so they say
He's pipin' music in
We all have to sin
We all have to sin

Workin' on that great Alaska pipeline
Many men were lost in the pipe
They went to fuelin' cars
How smog might turn to stars
Smog might turn to stars

Hold me baby, put your arms around me
Give me all the love you have to give
Tomorrow won't be late
We won't have to wait
We won't have to wait

CD 1
  • 1 Rockin’ in the Free World
  • 2 Crime in the City (Sixty to Zero, Part I)
  • 3 Don’t Cry
  • 4 Hangin’ on a Limb
  • 5 Eldorado
  • 6 The Ways of Love
  • 7 Someday
  • 8 On Broadway
  • 9 Wrecking Ball
  • 10 No More
  • 11 Too Far Gone
  • 12 Rockin’ in the Free World