You May Know Him (2:46)

Cover of Moon Pix

From Moon Pix and 2 other releases

“You May Know Him” is Moon Pix’ eighth track. Moon Pix is the fourth album by American singer/songwriter Cat Power a.k.a. Chan Marshall. It was released in September 1998 on Matador Records. Recorded at Sing Sing Studios in Melbourne, Australia.


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Oh Lord, for Heaven is the name that You sent me
Oh Lord, for Heaven is the name that You gave him
And then he came to life and he lived, all others strange because
Who could have thought that You meant so much to me

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  • lanoctem

    this has been my phone's ringtone for over 5 years and remains so today.. just brings me happy memories

    27 Feb 3:56am Reply
  • absolia

    i forgot this song existed. i forgot i loved it.

    3 Nov 2012 Reply
  • Nakkinak

    and when you close the door

    18 Jul 2012 Reply
  • wunschel

    in 1734 a small child in aix-en-provence came up with this melody when he was singing a nonsensical song made up on the spot about a hawthorn tree. cat power you thieving bitch.

    11 Feb 2012 Reply
  • semionato


    6 Oct 2010 Reply
  • mrliberfarb

    sitting on the dock of the bay...

    23 Jun 2009 Reply
  • casadivetro

    it has the same chords of the verse of the intro of Sitting in the dock of the bay. Maybe she only wanted to quote Otis, he's one of her great musical loves.

    2 Aug 2008 Reply
  • petrolatum


    4 Jul 2008 Reply
  • kristenbrutus

    a friend pointed out that it sounds a little bit like sittin on the dock of a bay by otis redding. just a little, it really does if you listen to them straight after eachother.

    14 Feb 2008 Reply
  • beketaten

    if anything, it sounds sort of like pixies' wave of mutilation...but that can only be a good thing! :D

    5 Oct 2007 Reply
  • gomaespuma

    Plagiarism of the song homero from the argentinian band Viejas Locas

    1 Mar 2007 Reply

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