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Because I Want You, Meds (Placebo lyrics, explanations and press quotes)

20 Janvier 2008 , Rédigé par Placebo Wordz Publié dans #ENGLISH MEDS

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Because I Want You
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Lyrics and explanations


Because I Want You - Placebo

Lyrics : Placebo
Because I Want You

Fall into you
Is all I seem to do
When I hit the bottle
'Cause I'm afraid to be alone
Tear us in two is all it seems to do
As the anger fades
This house is no longer a home
Don't give up on the dream
Don't give up on the wanting
And everything that's true
Don't give up on the dream
Don't give up on the wanting
Because I want you too

Because I want you too (x2)
Because I want you (x2)

Stumble into you
Is all I ever do
My memory's hazy
And I'm afraid to be alone
Tear us in two is all it's gonna do
As the headache fades
This house is no longer a home
Don't give up on the dream
Don't give up on the wanting
And everything that's true
Don't give up on the dream
Don't give up on the wanting
Because I want you too

Because I want you too (x2)
Because I want you (x2)

Because I want you too x2
Because I want you (x2)

Fall into you
Is all I ever do
When I hit the bottle
'Cause I 'm afraid to be alone
Tear us in two (x3)

Because I want you too
Because I want you.
Press Quotes

(Translation, quote in French here)

"This will be our 1st single in the United Kingdom. I’d rather not say anything about it, just listen to the lyrics, everything is explained in it!"

Brian Molko, Rock Mag April 2006



Radio interview XFM
‘Because I Want You’
“When I went into the studio I wanted to out do the Foo Fighters and write a great American rock song.”


Brian Molko, XFM, March 2006



REAX:  But musically speaking, songs like “Infra Red” and “Because I Want You” are among the most upbeat you’ve ever done.

BM:  Yeah, but we’ve always kind of done that, like “
Teenage Angst” from the first record, which was musically quite cheerful and lyrically quite the opposite.  We’ve always enjoyed playing with that dichotomy, confusing emotions.  Maybe we naturally veer toward that because that’s how life feels… to me, anyway.

Brian Molko, Reax Magazine, July 2007



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