You Can Have It All

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"You Can Have It All"
Single by Kaiser Chiefs
from the album Employment
ReleasedChristmas 2005
GenreNew wave, indie rock
Songwriter(s)Ricky Wilson, Andrew White, Simon Rix, Nick Baines, and Nick Hodgson
Producer(s)Stephen Harris

"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. The record 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" track listing[edit]

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