"A Strange Day" as written by Robert James Smith, Laurence Andrew Tolhurst and Simon Gallup....
Give me your eyes that I might see
Blind man kissing my hands
The sun is humming my head turns to dust
As he plays on his knees
As he plays on his knees

The sand and the sea grows
I close my eyes
Move slowly through drowning waves
Going away on a strange day

And I laugh as I drift in the wind
Blind dancing on a beach of stone
Cherish the faces as they wait for the end
A sudden hush across the water
And we're here again

The sand and the sea grows
I close my eyes
Move slowly through drowning waves
Going away on a strange day

[Incomprehensible]
And the sky and the impossible explode

Held for one moment I remember a song
An impression of sound
Then everything is gone forever

Strange day
Strange day



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"A Strange Day" as written by Robert James Smith Laurence Andrew Tolhurst

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    General CommentSo, yeah, this is a cover of The Cure's song, it's performed on "ElectroCured: An electro tribute to The Cure." As a longtime Cure fan, i am so impressed that they managed to not only NOT fuck up one of my favourite songs, but actually make it almost as good. I am now looking for some albums by this band.
    The song is about what Robert Smith imagined the end of the world would be like.
    charlieSometimeson September 08, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI can really recomend songs covers of APOP. They're totally not following original versions, everything is made their own way...and sometimes Groth's interpretation is better than original, he have specific ability of showing emotion by the sound. :)
    elNelon August 31, 2013   Link

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