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"Cab" Single by Train from the album For Me, It's You Released November 15, 2005 Genre Rock, pop rock Length 3:23 Label Columbia Writer(s) Train Producer Brendan O'Brien Train singles chronology "Get to Me" (2005) "Cab" (2005) "Give Myself to You" (2006) Audio sample file info · help "Cab" is a 2005 song by the rock band Train. It was included on the band's fourth studio album, For Me, It's You, and produced by Brendan O'Brien. It was released as the album's lead single, before the album was released. It also peaked higher on the charts than the two other radio singles for the album, Give Myself to You and Am I Reaching You Now. Contents 1 Background 2 Reviews 3 Track listing 4 Charts 5 References Background According to Train's lead singer and frontman Pat Monahan, "Cab" and "All I Ever Wanted" were the first two songs written for the album;[1] inspired by the emotions he felt following his divorce to ex-wife Ginean Rapp in 2004[2]: “ "When I was writing the lyrics to 'Cab' it was the winter and I was staying at this place in Pennsylvania, looking out the window and just being really lonely. It was lonely as I had ever been during the day. And so I just pictured being the only cab in Manhattan. ” Monahan has likened "Cab" to being "the metaphoric song on the album.,[3] adding: “ "Everything else seems to the point and literal. This whole album is about where I've been lyrically for the last couple of years, experiencing what I've had to experience. You don't choose your experiences, they choose you. ” In an interview with VH1's Aaron Cummins, then-bassist Johnny Colt of the Black Crowes reflected on the recording process of the track[4]: “ When I heard the very first demo of "Cab," I knew that it was a great song - and an important song. Brandon can lay out the whole band in both his hands, which is a great instrument for a super-versatile and distinct vocalist like Pat to sing over. You can't ask for anything better to work with from a songwriting standpoint than a singer who has the capabilities of Pat -- his personality aside, of course. ” Reviews The song received mostly mixed reviews by critics. Allmusic gave it a positive review, saying that the piano part is "worthy of one of Billy Joel's finest songs", and that it's "painterly synth, strummed acoustic guitars, and a killer string arrangement." It also said that it's "a fine song, but it's not the best one [on the album]."[5] Rolling Stone mentions it among the highlights of the album, saying it is "a wintry and moving vehicular metaphor".[6] Track listing "Cab" - 3:22 Charts Chart (2005) Peak position[5] Billboard Hot Adult Top 40 Tracks 9 Chart (2006) Peak position[5] Billboard Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks 19 Billboard Triple A 2 References ^ "Train: A Conversation with Pat Monahan" by Gary Graff ^ "Pop Quiz: Pat Monahan" by Aidin Vaziri, published January 29, 2006 ^ "Train: Biography" ^ "Train: Gameboys Call a Cab: Pop's sturdy hit-makers hang with Cyndi, cover AC/DC, and choose "Halo" over sex and drugs." by Aaron Cummins, published February 8, 2006 ^ a b c ^ v · d · eTrain Patrick Monahan • Scott Underwood • Jimmy Stafford Rob Hotchkiss • Charlie Colin • Brandon Bush • Johnny Colt Studio albums Train · Drops of Jupiter · My Private Nation · For Me, It's You · Save Me, San Francisco EPs Live from Fantasy Studios · One and a Half · Live in Atlanta  · Get to Me Live albums Alive at Last Video albums Midnight Moon · She's on Fire Singles "Free" · "Meet Virginia" · "I Am" · "Ramble On" · "Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)" · "Something More" · "She's on Fire" · "Calling All Angels" · "When I Look to the Sky" · "Ordinary" · "Get to Me" · "Cab" · "Give Myself to You" · "Hey, Soul Sister" · "If It's Love" · "Marry Me" · "Save Me, San Francisco" Related articles Discography · Band members · Songs This 2000s pop song-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e