"Bury Me Deep" as written by and Andrew Eldritch....
Call it superstition
Followed and fell
Under the falling
Under the spell
Singing
Bury me
Bury me
Spoken in tongues
Of many colours
In the colours of heaven
In the colours of hell
In the cannot
Would not tell
In the broken temple bells
In the ringing
Oh, Marian
I can hear those voices singing
Bury me
Inside
Lie beside and
Bury Me
Deep
Unsold
Untold
Cover me over
Unsung
Unsaid
Not borrowed, broken and torn
On the bed tomorrow, mourning
Before you sleep
Bury me deep
Bury me
Inside
Lie beside and
Bury me, bury me, bury me, bury me deep
Call it superstition
Followed and fell
Under the falling
Under the spell
Bury me
Deep
Inside
Lie beside and
Bury me
Deep



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"Bury Me Deep" as written by Andrew Eldritch

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    General CommentPhwoar...it's about gettin' a shag, mate!
    The Knaveon May 19, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti think it could be about a potential lover who blocks the singer out of her mind due to spiritual reasons. 'bury me deep' is the denial of potential love

    'voices singing' maybe church choir

    'unsung, unsaid' means the potential love is not acknowledged

    'broken and torn' means the effect of this denial

    'spoken in tongues' is maybe language barriers

    the song could in fact be about sex (the wish) aswell as denial (the reality)

    'on the bed tomorrow mourning' a pun on morning, but means waking up and realising what you have lost by the denial

    'under the spell' believing in God as a result of being under some spell
    me4now777on June 02, 2005   Link

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