"Soaked" as written by and Matthew James Bellamy....
Soaked to the bone
And sink like a stone
Walk home alone
It's not the first time
It's not the worst crime
Your soul will be ok

And you've had enough
Searching for love
And you miss the touch
Of someone new

Burned by your dreams
It's never how it seems
Cold crushed esteem
Take shelter and hide forever
Your soul will be ok

And you've had enough
Searching for love
And you miss the touch
Of someone new

And you've had enough
Searching for love
And you miss the touch
Of someone new

Soaked to the bone
Sink like a stone
I will take you home
It's not the first time
It's not the worst crime
Our souls will be okay


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"Soaked" as written by Matthew James Bellamy

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    General CommentThis sort of goes hand in hand with "Broken Open"; though, I suppose can be left up to the interpretation of the listener in-depth.
    rockwitchuon November 29, 2009   Link
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    My InterpretationTo me, the lyrics sound kind of like somebody going through their thoughts and trying to cope with feeling guilty for cheating (or having an itch to do that), possibly while being in an unsatisfying relationship and wanting to get out of it. ("It's not the worst crime...", + the whole chorus)
    Not claiming that this is in any way what the song is written about though. Just a thought I had.
    missmysteriouson November 05, 2016   Link
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    My Opinioni love his ballads.. they are so amazing.. this song is almost broadway-musical worthy imho..
    lectricblueon February 28, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI was surprised to discover that this song was actually written by Matthew Bellamy...the lead singer of Muse.
    Se777enon April 24, 2010   Link
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    General CommentMan, you can totally tell this a beautiful product of Matt Bellamy. Adam did such a gorgeous job vocally, this is one of my faves on his album. (: The theatrical strings and guitars screams Muse undertones so I knew who the write/composer of this one was. But nevertheless it's amazing. =D Strangely enough, I can't get a clear interpretation of it but I'm addicted to it anyway.
    Evanescence+MCRLuvron August 15, 2010   Link

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