Superman" is a song by American band Lazlo Bane from their album All the Time in the World. It is most noted for being the theme song to the American TV series Scrubs. Superman" was first released on the soundtrack album for the film The Tao of Steve in 2000, a year prior to its first appearance in Scrubs, though it was not featured in the film itself.
Produced by Chad Fischer. Album All The Time in the World. Out the door just in time Head down the 405 Gotta meet the new boss by 8am. The phone rings in the car The wife is working hard She's running late tonight again. Well, I know what I've been told You got to work to feed the soul. But I can't do this all on my own No, I know, I'm no Superman I'm no Superman. You've got your love on line You think you're doing fine But you're just plugged into the wall. And that deck of tarot cards.
Superman (Lazlo Bane song). from the album All the Time in the World. Scrubs proved to be successful and "Superman" was later issued on the first show soundtrack and as a promotional single. Around the same time, in September 2002, the song was released on Lazlo Bane's second studio album All the.
Lazlo Bane – Superman. It's track 3 on Lazlo Bane's 2002 album "All the Time in the World.
Their song Superman from the album All the Time In the World is featured as the opening theme for the television show Scrubs. In addition to fronting Lazlo Bane, Chad Fischer has produced several other artists including Everlast, Cary Brothers, Lisa Loeb, Joshua Radin, Sia Furler, Liz Phair, Josh Clayton-Felt, Alexi Murdoch and Colin Hay. All songs by Lazlo Bane. Need some help? Top 10 Viewed Songs Today.
Lazlo Bane’s story is tailor-made for Pause & Play’s Where the Heck Are They? segment. The rock quartet formed in 1997, a year later was heralded the next Weezer and was signed to the ed Almo Sounds. Their 1998 debut LP, 11 Transistor, featured an excellent version of Men At Work’s Overkill, with a guest appearance by Men At Work singer Colin Hay. The album won over a lot of converts, but the group fell victim to the Seagrams-Universal merger and Almo Sounds’ subsequent demise. Regular viewers of NBC’s hit sitcom, Scrubs, will already know one of the album tracks: Superman, the show’s theme song. Major record companies are courting Lazlo Bane again, but Fischer says they have learned their lesson.
You gotta Em work to feed the A(sus4) soul. But Bm I can't do this Bm7/A all on my E7/G own. No, G6 I know A(sus4) I'm no Superman. D, A(sus4) G6, A(sus4) I'm no Superman. D, A(sus4) G6, A(sus4). D You've got your love on A(sus4) line.
Songwriter – Chris Link , Tim BrightSongwriter, Producer – Chad Fischer
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