"Innocente" as written by and Leigh/leeb Nash....
Darling
Darling, when did you fall?
When was it over?
Darling, when
When did you fall?
When was it over?

You can't see my eyes
They don't see yours
They don't see yours

Darling, when did you fall?
When was it over?
Darling, when
When did you fall?
When was it over?

Darling, when did you fall?
When was it over?
Darling, when
When did you fall?
When was it over?

When was it over?

It's the rain that I hear coming
Not a stranger or a ghost
It's the quiet of the storm approaching
That I fear the most
It's the pain that I hear coming
The slightest crystal tear
Drops to the ground in silence
When my love is near
When was it

Darling, when did you fall?
When was it over?
Darling, when did you fall?
When was it over?
Darling, when did you fall?
When was it over?
Darling, when
When did you fall?
When was it over?


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"Innocente [Mr. Sams' The Space Between Us Remix Edit]" as written by Leigh Nash Bill Leeb

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  • +1
    General CommentI absolutely adore this song!! It's been one of my favorites for ages, I love the images I have in my mind whenever I listen to it. Waterfalls, rain, light foliage, ponds, elaborate architecture, flowing silk... raindrops.

    Her voice is so perfect for this song, too. I love how forlorn and yet determined she sounds.
    delialon July 25, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General Commenti first listened to this song shortly after i ended a really long/close relationship. i was immediately drawn to it because i could relate the lyrics to myself despite the actual meaning.
    poughkeepsieon March 01, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentDelerium once again can produce absolutely original and haunting lyrics.

    It's the rain that I hear coming
    Not a stranger, not a ghost
    The quiet of a storm approaching
    That I fear the most

    Whatever the singer is feeling is already well known to her. It is NOT (1) a feeling she has seen in others but never experienced (not a stranger) or (2) a feeling that has abandoned her only to come back again (not a ghost). I believe that this song is reflective, not so much about mourning or sadness. It is pondering the past and she has a feeling of unease about whatever has happened.
    Person117on November 02, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis song is haunting, hypnotic, strange, sensible, original, powerful, enigmatic, sad, relaxing, addictive, mysterious, beautiful, relatable, stunning... the more i listen to it, the more it touches my heart.
    The transition from minor to Major chord between each verse and the chorus is amazing.
    And the lyrics ..... the voice.........
    "Darling,
    When did we fall ?
    When was it over ?"

    What a masterpiece!
    jw39on May 13, 2016   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song is soft and pretty and so true. "I suppose it is the price of falling in love" is a great line.
    Maliejandraon May 25, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis song is so sad and beautiful. I've been listening to it all day. Everyone go download (erm... BUY) this right now.
    whoring.for.loveon August 07, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti love this song!!! its so pretty and its so relaxing...*sigh*....
    WoNdEr*WoMaNon August 14, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI bet I'm the only guy that likes this song. Even so, I was introduced to it by my girlfriend. :P
    percepteson September 16, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Commentnah dude, a lot of guys like this song -- especially the Deep Dish Gladiator Remix that's in a lot of progressive house/trance dj mixes. ;)
    rivvahon September 27, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIt's best when you listen to it when it's raining so lightly out that it almost looks like snow and you go outside and you just kinda dance in the rain.
    Trison March 04, 2003   Link

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