A strange kind of love
A strange kind of feeling
Swims through your eyes
And like the doors
To a wide vast dominion
They open to your prise
This is no terror ground
Or place for the rage
No broken hearts
White wash lies
Just a taste for the truth
Perfect taste choice and meaning
A look into your eyes
Blind to the gemstone alone
A smile from a frown circles round
Should he stay or should he go
Let him shout a rage so strong
A rage that knows no right or wrong
And take a little piece of you
There is no middle ground
Or that's how it seems
For us to walk or to take
Instead we tumble down
Either side left or right
To love or to hate

Lyrics submitted by pablo, edited by m727

"Strange Kind of Love" as written by Peter John Murphy

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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    General CommentI interpret the song as follows (including the build up of the music): the first verse is obviously explaining how good and perfect this girl is, so good that she's never heart broken...which angers whoever 'he' is, but when he sees her he realises theres no place for his rage (the doors open and he sees what he sees).

    The second verse is where 'he' fights with himself, the 'girl' or whoever 'you' may be is never heartbroken and therefore doesnt know right from wrong in the world of relationships and romance. she's blind and he doesnt know whether to smile or frown. Again he is angered.

    Finally theres the conclusion/moral of the song: theres no middle ground ; you either have a burning hatred or burning love for someone and sometimes its one and the same thing.

    but thats just me.
    axxon_non June 24, 2007   Link

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