You and Me (The Moody Blues song)
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|"You and Me"|
|Song by The Moody Blues from the album Seventh Sojourn|
|Released||17 November 1972|
"You and Me" was jointly written by band members Justin Hayward and Graeme Edge. It primarily features Justin Hayward on lead vocals. John Lodge, Mike Pinder, and Ray Thomas also provide backing vocals during the song's chorus. Pinder and Thomas also sing the lead vocals at the end of the song, during the final rendition of the chorus.
Like their previous song "Question" (from A Question of Balance), which principally was a protest of the Vietnam War, "You and Me" also alludes to the war in its opening line, "There's a leafless tree in Asia."
- Justin Hayward – vocals, electric guitar
- John Lodge – bass guitar, backing vocals
- Mike Pinder – vocals, Chamberlin
- Ray Thomas – vocals, tambourine
- Graeme Edge – drums, percussion