"Everything in Its Right Place" is a song created by the rock band Radiohead.
The song belongs on the album named "Kid A" that was released in the year 2000.
"Everything in Its Right Place" by Radiohead was the first song that the vocalist, Thom Yorke, wrote on the piano.
The inspiration for the song was a breakdown the singer had been through. The track is very energetic.
Yorke's vocals on the track are manipulated with digital effects.
The song "Everything in Its Right Place" is the opening track of the album "Kid A".
The sheet music for piano of "Everything in Its Right Place" is composed in key of Ab major, but it was originally composed in F minor.
The piano sheet music for Radiohead’s "Everything in Its Right Place" is ranged for Bb4-F5. The song length is 4:11 minutes.
The meaning of the song might be hard to be understood. Thom Yorke said he wrote the song after a show from 1997 on OK Computer tour. While he was sitting in the dressing room, after the end of the show, he felt like he couldn’t speak, even if people were asking if he is alright.
He couldn’t hear them and he couldn’t talk. This is what is referred to the lyric
What was that you tried to say?
He also said that the lyric
Yesterday I woke up sucking a lemon
This verse is a metaphor which reflects his face - when you eat a lemon, your face contorts, and that was exactly his facial expression in that time.
The song "Everything in Its Right Place" is scored for piano, vocal and guitar.
"Everything in Its Right Place" tabs for piano are available online, for those who would like to play.
The song appeared in the movie "Vanilla Sky", with Tom Cruise from 2001. It was also used in the documentary "The Business of Being Born". Also, it has been used in the trailer for the 2011 drama film Anonymous and 2016 film The Accountant.
The song "Everything in Its Right Place" has been covered by many other artists. Even club remixes were made by Paul Oakenfold and Josh Wink.
Now go and enjoy the "Everything in Its Right Place" by Radiohead’s piano score and tabs for the song.