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Choon Choosday: Nick Cave – Into My Arms

26 February, 2013

This is, I think, the most beautifully romantic song I have ever heard.  In the extremely unlikely event that (a) I ever marry and (b) I have any say in what our first dance would be, I would choose this. Not just because it combines an atheism I share with a respect for a lover’s religion I hope I would also share, but because it is an absolute





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  1. I have to say his voice can make even the most romantic words slightly sinister

  2. Not sure about his murder ballads, but I love this song. Music means alot to me for I grew up with musicians in the house and I sing(hobby I keep alive). Sometimes the words are just pure poetry alone and when you add the piano its very moving. Got goosebumps from this song, generally means its a great song. Thanks for sharing.

    • i’m glad this song touched you, he certainly is a brilliant lyricist.
      which makes me think… i havent featured any morrisey or billy bragg on Choon Choosday yet. Or Tom Lehrer. i might have to extend this slot beyond just one day!

  3. Nick Cave. Sigh. One of my faves. His lyrics wrap around me. Touch my heart and my hand. Bring a tear to my eye. I wish I could write like that. I do.

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