Alone

Una de las mejores canciones del último CD de Depeche Mode (Delta Machine). Los Depeche Mode de siempre…

I was there when you needed me most
I was there when you wanted me least
I was your father, your son and your holy ghost and priest

Through your failings and success
Through your losses and gains
I didn’t see much happiness or pain

I couldn’t save your soul
I couldn’t even take you home
I couldn’t feel at home
Alone

I saw you at your best
I knew you at your worst
I couldn’t tell if you were blessed or cursed
There’s ding red eye between the black and the white
It’s evidently hard to find the night

I couldn’t save your soul
I couldn’t even take you home
I couldn’t play that role
Alone

Now it’s too…
Too late for what should’ve have been said
Long ago

I was there when you needed me most
I was there when you wanted me least
I was your father, your son and your holy ghost and priest

I couldn’t save your soul
I couldn’t even take you home
I couldn’t fill that hole
Alone

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Soothe my soul

Otra canción espectacular del nuevo trabajo de Depeche Mode (Delta Machine), llamada “Soothe my soul”, presentada en concierto el 11 de marzo y adelanto de la publicación de su nuevo álbum el 26 de marzo.

I’m coming for you
When the sun goes down
I’m coming for you
When there’s no one around

I come to your house
Break down the door
Girl I’m shaking
I need more

There’s only one way to soothe my soul (X3)
Only one way (X4)

I’m coming for you
I need to feel your skin
I’m coming for you
To stop this crawling

I’m taking my place
By your side
I’m not leaving
Until I’m satisfied

There’s only one way to soothe my soul (X2)
Only one way (X4)

I’m coming for you
My body’s hungry
I’m coming for you
Like a junkie

I can’t stop
The desire in me
I’m not waiting
Patiently

There’s only one way to soothe my soul (X4)
Only one way (X4)
There’s only one way to soothe my soul

Versión en directo: Live on Letterman (March, 11th 2013 @ Ed Sullivan Theater NY)

El concierto completo: Live on Letterman

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