"I Love The Sound Of Breaking Glass" as written by Nicholas Orain Lowe, Andrew Paul Bodnar and Stephen Anthony Goulding....
I love the sound of breaking glass
Especially when I'm lonely
I need the noises of destruction
When there's nothing new

Oh nothing new, sound of breaking glass

I love the sound of breaking glass
Deep into the night
I love the sound of its condition
Flying all around

Oh all around, sound of breaking glass
Nothing new, sound of breaking glass

Oh all around, sound of breaking glass
Nothin' new, sound of breakin' glass

Safe at last sound of breaking glass

I love the sound of breaking glass
Deep into the night
I love the work on it can do

Oh change of mind
Oh a change of mind
Sound of breaking glass

All around, sound of breaking glass
Nothing new, sound of breaking glass
Breaking glass, sound of breaking glass

Sound of breaking glass
Sound of breaking glass
Sound of breaking glass
Sound of breaking glass
Sound of breaking glass
Sound of breaking glass


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"I Love the Sound of Breaking Glass" as written by Nicholas Orain Lowe Andrew Paul Bodnar

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    General CommentThe meaning is exactly what it says on the tin: when he's had a bad day and tired of monotony he likes breaking things just to let off a little steam.
    Gbardon March 04, 2012   Link
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    General CommentThis is a really good song by Nick Lowe, but I feel that it owes much more to David Bowie. To me, it is a combination of the song "Broken Glass" and "Sound And Vision". The syncopated bass with that ringing vibrato guitar really seems to be the origin of this song. As far as meaning goes, for me the "sound of breaking glass" is somewhat scary.
    fina79on February 05, 2012   Link

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