Pass It On

Infobox Single
Name = Pass It On
Artist = The Coral
from Album = Magic and Medicine
Released = start date|2003|07|14
Format = CD, DVD, Vinyl
Recorded =
Genre =
Length = 8:32 (CD)
8:51 (DVD)
9:07 (7")
Label = Deltasonic
Producer = Ian Broudie & The Coral
Chart position = * #5 (UK)
Last single = "Don't Think You're the First"
(2003)
This single = "Pass It On"
(2003)
Next single = "Secret Kiss" (2003)
Misc = Extra album cover 2
Upper caption = DVD Single
Type = Single
Lower caption =

"Pass It On" is a song by The Coral, which was taken as the second single taken from their 2003 album, "Magic and Medicine". Pass It On is The Coral's highest charting single to date. The songs were engineered by Jon Gray.

"Pass It On" was not only released on CD and vinyl but also on DVD which contains 2 b-sides and a 3-minute documentary about the band. [http://www.zionegg.com/ Zion Egg] ]

The song is similar in structure to The Beatles song "You Like Me Too Much". It appeared in an episode of "Scrubs", "My Turf War."

Track listing

CD

#"Pass It On" - 2:19 (J. Skelly)
#"Shadows Fall (Acoustic Version)" - 2:30 (J. Skelly, Power)
#*Produced by The Coral
#"Run Run" - 3:43 (The Coral)

DVD

#"Pass It On" - 2:19 (J. Skelly)
#"Calendars and Clocks (Acoustic Version)" - 3:27 (J. Skelly, Power)
#*Produced by The Coral
#"Heartaches & Pancakes" - 3:05 (J. Skelly, Power)
#The Curry Files

7"

#"Pass It On" - 2:19 (J. Skelly)
#"Heartaches & Pancakes" - 3:05 (J. Skelly, Power)
#"Run Run" - 3:43 (The Coral)

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