You Can Have It All

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"You Can Have It All"
Single by Kaiser Chiefs
from the album Employment
Released Christmas 2005
Format 7"
Recorded 2004
Genre New wave, indie rock
Length 4:35
Label B-Unique
Producer(s) Stephen Harris
Employment track listing
"Na Na Na Na Naa"
(4)
"You Can Have It All"
(5)
"Oh My God"
(6)

"You Can Have It All" is a song by the Kaiser Chiefs, originally included on their debut album, Employment. The song has a mellow, slow-paced mood - the lyrics suggest an on/off relationship with a woman. "You Can Have it All" is largely influenced by The Beach Boys, partially evident due to its use of vocal harmony.

At Christmas time, a "light orchestral" version of the song was released exclusively on the Kaiser Chiefs' website as a 7" vinyl record, and was restricted to 2,000 copies. The record comes in a gatefold cover which inside includes a special Christmas message from the band and their respective autographs. There is also a rare promo-CD issuing of this release [1].

7" tracklisting[edit]

  1. "You Can Have it All" (Light Orchestral)
  2. "I Predict Some Quiet" (Silent track)