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An unreleased song that was first known about in 2007 and first heard from the Warner/Chappell song catalogue in October 2009. Sounds similar to "United States of Eurasia" and "Hoodoo". It is unlikely that it was recorded during the time they recorded The Resistance as Muse have said they only recorded what is on the album, however it may have been completed after The Resistance was finalised. In the songs metadata the date of the song is automatically set to 2006 suggesting that it could be from the Black Holes and Revelations era. Furthermore in the 'Making of The Resistance' documentary, the band reference a song sounding similar to "United States of Eurasia" which never saw public release. Due to the similar sounding string sections of both songs it is "Soaked" the band are most likely referencing to suggesting that it could be the Elton John like song the band never released.
A cover version of this song will be on Adam Lambert's upcoming album.
Soaked to the bone
Sink like a stone Walk home alone It's not the first time, it's not the worst crime Your soul will be okay
When you've had enough Searching for love And you miss the touch Of someone new
Burns by dreams It's never how it seems Cold crushed esteem Take shelter and hide forever Your soul will be okay
And you've had enough Searching for love But you miss the touch Of someone new
And you've had enough Searching for love But I 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