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A very long Lullaby
From : Max W
In 2015, I sat down in a hammock on a balcony in Berlin-Kreuzberg, with a beautiful view on the city. My love interest was with me. We have dated a couple of times so far, but we only hugged us good-bye so far. I put on some music. I have been an Editors fan since the second album, so it is quite likely, that an Editors song will come up in my playlist at some point. Enjoying the beautiful sunset, we kissed each other for the first time. Just moments before, the shuffle mode of the playlist started the Editors's cover of the The Cure song lullaby. I think, there are so many Editors songs or covers which would have suited the moment perfectly. Yet, I think Lullaby is maybe one of the least romantic ones: "And softer than shadow and quicker than flies. His arms are all around me and his tongue in my eyes." Well, the next song was the Editors original "No Sound But The Wind" from the Werchter Festival in 2010 and that might save the evening. And the years to come. My love interest will marry me next year. Maybe we will play the Editors cover version of Lullaby. Most certainly, it will be followed by No Sound But The Wind. Thank you, guys, for your music!
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