"I Feel You" as written by Bradley Kirk Arnold, Matthew Darrick Roberts, Christopher Lee Henderson and Robert Todd Harrell....
I feel you
Your sun it shines
I feel you
Within my mind
You take me there
You take me where
The kingdom comes
You take me to
And lead me through Babylon

This is the morning of our love
It's just the dawning of our love

I feel you
Your heart, it sings
I feel you
The joy it brings
Where heaven waits thre's golden gates
And back again
You take me to
And lead me through oblivion

This is the morning of our love
It's just the dawning of our love

I feel you precious soul
And I am whole
I feel you, your rising sun
My kingdom comes

I feel you
Each move you make
I feel you
Each breath you take
Where angels sing spread their wings
My love's on high
You take me home to glory's throne
By and by

This is the morning of our love
It's just the dawning of our love

This is the morning of our love
It's just the dawning of our love


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"I Feel You" as written by Martin Gore

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  • +4
    General CommentAh, I think it's about good sex. They're not THAT geeky, y'now...
    blynxon February 22, 2007   Link
  • +3
    General CommentJust this once, I'll admit that I don't give a d@mn about what this song means. I just enjoy Dave's deep, sexy voice. Just hearing this song is enough to get me in the mood. I would love to make love to this song someday, but I haven't met any male DM fans yet.
    goddesscarolineon January 29, 2009   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI think this song is about loving someone so much you feel connected to them. Nice little song.
    Ratgirlon June 09, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI think this song is about a sexual intercourse...
    But not a meaningless intercourse, but one with your loved one... Sex is the fulfillment of their love.
    AgentOrenon March 11, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI think he is talking about feeling God's love. Too many references to heaven to be talking about a person. This song is why I feel DM is not anti-Christian.
    VictoriaS^on April 03, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThe song is so obviously about falling in love. Everything is beautiful and wonderful, to the point where he is in heaven, and loving everything about this person. Why is it that drugs are always referenced when it is so not about drugs?
    springlifeon May 07, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI think it's about sex.
    "I feel you, each move you make"?
    I feel you, each breath you take?
    Where angels sing, *spread their wings*?
    To be, I think it's about orgasm. Too many references, I mean, spread their wings just sounds TOO suggestive, too much metaphor.
    And I don't think so much that it's love pre se, just that when you're involved in sex, your body makes you feel these things.
    That in the heat of the moment, it can feel like heaven.
    And I think that "The kingdom come" and "babylon" are very suggestive.
    There was never a doubt in my mind it was about sex. Till someone said drugs.
    I feel you, each move you make, each breath you take," it's intense and you feel everything.
    But it could all be about drugs. And lots of times, those two meanings for a song are interchangeable.
    Ignore my repeating, and if I make no sense, I've taken sleeping pills.
    MagentaMSIon June 01, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThis song is about heroin
    raul102099on October 03, 2016   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis song is definetely about drugs,the guy is hallucinating
    feeling the drug effect,he discovers the joy of it,morning of our love,
    nekrofiloson August 07, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentVictoriaS is the closest. All the songs on this album are about faith and devotion in some way, hence the title. Also, Marilyn Manson totally lifted the intro on 'The Dope Show'.
    samwaltonon January 15, 2007   Link

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