Complete lyrics of the Tim Hortons ‘Everywhere’ commercial

The song “I’ve been everywhere” was from the mind of Geoff Mack who wrote it in 1959. It was popularized in several countries, but for us here in North America you’ll probably recognize that Johnny Cash sang this beauty, too.

Tim Hortons decided to do their own rendition of it to celebrate all the places they have travelled over the past 50 years. We previously listed the 51 locations named in the commercial, which is called “Everywhere,” but have now put the complete lyrics down for you to enjoy below:

Man, I’ve been to a lot of places over these past 50-years.
Seen the whole True North Strong and Free.
Cause, I’ve been everywhere, man. I’ve been everywhere.
I’ve been to Cooksville, Stouffville, Bainsville, Bowmanville, Bonville, Unionville, Oakville, Dunnville, Brockville, Boucherville, Melville, Drummondville, Kentville, Grenville, Morinville, Maryville, Parkville, Stephenville, Sackville, Springhill, Westville, Walkerville hanging on a window sill.
Hey! He said, Wow! That’s a lot of places.
I said, hand on, there’s more!
I’ve been to Moncton, Picton, Shannon, Vernon, Stellarton, Hamilton, Nipigon, Nobleton, Yorkton, Brighton, Bolton, Beaverton, Brandon, Edmonton, Walkerton, Wiarton, Granby, Miramichi, Charlottetown, Burnaby, Yellowknife, Whitehorse, Corner Brook, Nunavut…
I’ve been everywhere, man.
I’ve been everywhere, man.
I’ve crossed the Prairies bare, man.
I’ve breathed the mountain air.
I’ve travelled. I’ve done my share, man.
I’ve been everywhere, man.
Check it out: Ottawa, Wawa, Mattawa, Chippewa, Moosejaw, Oshawa…

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I'm obsessed with Tim Hortons. It runs through my veins and I've probably spent enough money downing Steeped Tea's that I could have purchased my own franchise.