[7][8] Demos of this song have been linked to Finn's earlier band Split Enz, from the 1984 See Ya 'Round period, potentially making the timeline earlier on this track. Vous vous cachez derrière les murs de Jéricho et de vos mensonges s'écrouler. [16] A sample of "Something So Strong" plays during a TV spot of Flood Relief. Australian Recording Industry Association, "Item Display - RPM - Library and Archives Canada", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Something_So_Strong&oldid=983943537, Song recordings produced by Mitchell Froom, Articles with dead external links from August 2019, Articles with permanently dead external links, Short description is different from Wikidata, Use Australian English from September 2014, All Wikipedia articles written in Australian English, Pages using infobox song with unknown parameters, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, "Something So Strong" - 4:02 (live at King Biscuit Flower Hour, The Trocadero, Philadelphia, 24 March 1987), "Don't Dream It's Over" - 5:53 (live at The Roxy, Los Angeles, 26 February 1987), This page was last edited on 17 October 2020, at 05:45. Looking for something to watch? Deny my place in time, you swander wealth that's mine.

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… Vous pouvez me la refuse, vous pouvez décider. A classic American car is parked outside while they perform.[15]. Brothers and sisters When they insist we're just not good enough Well we know better Just look 'em in the eye and say We're gonna do it anyway. (Le faire quand même).[Chorus][Refrain]. The single peaked at No. But we know better (yes, we know better). 7 in the United States Billboard Hot 100,[4] and No. Refuser ma place dans le temps, la richesse Swander vous qui est le mien.

Oh il ya quelque chose à l'intérieur si fort. The track was released as the album's fifth and final single in April 1987. 18 on the Australian Kent Music Report Singles Chart,[2] No. Quand ils insistent pour que nous sommes tout simplement pas assez bon (pas assez bon, ooh). Mais ma lumière va briller avec tant d'éclat, il brillera sur vous. Oh, tu pensais que mon orgueil a disparu. The higher you build your barriers / The taller I become / The further you take my rights away / The faster I will run / You can deny me You hide behind walls of Jericho and your lies will come tumbling. The song can also be heard in the Young Sheldon episode “A Computer, a Plastic Pony, and a Case of Beer“. When they insist we're just not good enough (not good enough, ooh). The song, though in a different version by Crowded House, plays during the end credits of the 1999 Bryan Brown film, Dear Claudia.