"Electric Blue" as written by Dolores Mary O'riordan and Noel Hogan....
Electric blue eyes, where did you come from
Electric blue eyes, who sent you
Electric blue eyes, always be near me
Electric blue eyes, I need you
Domine, Domine, Deus
Domine, Adiuva Me
Domine, Domine, Deus
Domine, Adiuva Me
Hey, eh, hey, eh
If you should go, You should know I love you
If you should go, You should know I'm here
Always be near me, guardian angel
Always be near me, there's no fear
Domine, Domine, Deus
Domine, Adiuva Me
Domine, Domine, Deus
Domine, Adiuva Me
Hey, eh, hey, eh


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"Electric Blue" as written by Dolores Mary O'riordan Noel Anthony Hogan

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    General CommentIn one word: mesmerizing.
    Al Bundyon March 09, 2002   Link
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    General Commentyes this song is...haunting. It just stay's with you. its such a good song though.
    dmbfan14on May 12, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment(sigh)
    juliashopeon July 05, 2002   Link
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    General Commentyou know what, every single Cranberries song i've ever herd i have loved. they are one of the best bands. they have songs that pick you up when your down, and make you feel good. they totally kick ass! i love them!! OH YES!!
    Jessica_52on September 04, 2002   Link
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    General Commentcorrected lyrics
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    Electric blue eyes, where did you come from?
    Electric blue eyes, who sent you?
    Electric blue eyes, always be near me,
    Electric blue eyes, I need you
    (Na, na, noh, Na, na, noh, Na, na, noh, Na, na, noh)

    Domine, Domine, Deus
    Domine, Adiuva Me
    Domine, Domine, Deus
    Domine, Adiu, Adiuma Me
    Hey,eh, hey, eh

    If you should go, you should know...I love you
    If you should go, you should know..I'm here
    Always be near me, guardian angel
    Always be near me, there's no fear
    (Na, na, noh, Na, na, noh, Na, na, noh, Na, na, noh)
    deviationeron May 12, 2004   Link
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    General Commentnow what I want to know is what the hell is she saying from the start of the song. starting at 10 seconds and ending at 35 seconds. It sounds like a bit of the chorus and its not.
    deviationeron May 12, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThis is an absolutely beautiful song...The first time I sat through that entire album "To The Faithful Departed", I was at my cousins' house in '96...My cousin Angie let me listen to the whole thing, and my mom came in after the album was over to get me for lunch, and she said that I was in a trance or something...I don't know about that...All I know is that I love that album, and I love "Electric Blue". It's an amazing, mezmorizing song...To the last person that asked what the Hell she was saying...Lol! I believe those are Latin words, although, what they mean, I could not tell you...And, they are the chorus.Hope that was of some help...Maybe if you typed them into a search engine, Google, etc, you could find the meaning...
    MaggieMichelle
    MaggieMichelleon November 15, 2004   Link
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    General Commentwhat does the words in latin mean? I searched google but couldnt find good traslators? (i m learning english :/ )
    anupamsron June 03, 2005   Link
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    General CommentTried to translate it...not sure about this at all though but here goes

    Domine, Domine, Deus
    Domine, Adiuva Me
    Domine, Domine, Deus
    Domine, Adiu, Adiuma Me

    translated:

    Rule, Rule God
    Rule, Help Me
    Rule, Rule God
    Rule, Help, Help Me

    Not sure about this though....anyone please correct me if needed
    nilleron August 24, 2005   Link
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    General Commentyou got most of it right.

    Domine mean Lord
    rbabcockon November 11, 2005   Link

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