Anyone Else but You

Anyone Else but You

"Anyone Else but You" is a popular song by the indie band The Moldy Peaches.


The song is essentially a duet between a man and woman describing their feelings for each other, declaring that "I don't see what anyone can see/in anyone else but you".

One line of the song is the Konami Code.

In popular culture

The song became a hit on the Juno soundtrack, as it was used extensively in the climax along with several other songs by Kimya Dawson in the film. Kimya Dawson and Adam Green of The Moldy Peaches performed this on The View.

This song is also in the documentary Murderball, a movie about wheel chair rugby.

The song has also been redone by another artist for Atlantis Resorts advertisements.

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