Endlessly (song)

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Muse song
Name Endlessly
Album/single
Length 3:49
Alternative titles -
First live performance 11th October 2003
Latest live performance 23rd February 2004
Recorded Air Studios, London and Grouse Lodge, 2003
Writer/composer Matthew Bellamy
Producer Rich Costey

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Description

A song that uses keyboard and synthesisers.

Additional information

Described by Bellamy as a "basic love song. I think there is hope in there, even though I'm dealing with generally dark subjects".

According to Howard, Endlessly was originally more of a rock song than its final incarnation. It apparently had a bluesy riff.[1]

Soprano singer Renee Fleming covered "Endlessly" on her 2010 album Dark Hope.

Live

Endlessly was held back from being performed until the end of the September 2003 promotional tour and debuted at the first gig of the European tour in October. Surprisingly, Endlessly was performed at every single date in 2003 after its first performance with the sole exception being a promotional gig. Because of this, the majority of audio recordings available from 2003 include Endlessly. 2003 footage was particularly rare and pro-shots were even fewer, meaning very little footage of Endlessly is available.

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Lyrics

There's a part of me you'll never know

The only thing I'll never show

Hopelessly I'll love you endlessly Hopelessly I'll give you everything But I won't give you up I won't let you down And I won't leave you falling If the moment ever comes

It's plain to see it's trying to speak Cherished dreams forever asleep

Hopelessly I'll love you endlessly Hopelessly I'll give you everything But I won't give you up I won't let you down And I won't leave you falling If the moment ever comes

Hopelessly I'll love you endlessly Hopelessly I'll give you everything But I won't give you up I won't let you down And I won't leave you falling But the moment never comes

References

  1. We feel sorry for bands being hyped (2003-10-02). Laut. Retrieved 2007-05-01 from laut.de. [verify]


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