Here Comes Your Man
Pixies
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Doolittle
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Family Friendly
Information
Released 1989
Genre Alternative
Language English
Source Downloadable song
also in Unplugged
Playable in
Rock Band
Rock Band 2
Rock Band 3
Rock Band Blitz
Lego Rock Band
Difficulty
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Basic Pro
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Details
Male singer
2-part Harmonies



"Here Comes Your Man" is a song by The Pixies which has been rumored to be about a drug deal, but in an interview with New Musical Express, Frank Black said the song was about hobos traveling by train and dying in a big earthquake in California. He started writing it when he was about 15 and was inspired by small earthquakes experienced growing up in California.

Doolittle was the first Pixies album released in the US, and this became their most popular song, getting lots of airplay on college radio stations. The Pixies never seemed too concerned about popularity, however, and didn't bother promoting this as a hit single.

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