Come Undone (Live)

These early days of autumn call for a beautiful song.  How about something dreamily, hauntingly beautiful?  Here is a live performance of Come Undone by Duran Duran.  Enjoy!  (Lyrics and original credits, below.  Story to follow.)

Mine, immaculate dream made breath and skin
I’ve been waiting for you
Signed, with a home tattoo
Happy birthday to you was created for you

Can’t ever keep from falling apart
At the seams
Can’t I believe you’re taking my heart
To pieces

Oh, it’ll take a little time
Might take a little crime
To come undone now

We’ll try to stay blind
To the hope and fear outside
Hey child, stay wilder than the wind
And blow me in to cry

Who do you need, who do you love
When you come undone

Who do you need, who do you love
When you come undone

Words, playing me deja vu
Like a radio tune I swear I’ve heard before
Chill, is it something real
Or the magic I’m feeding off your fingers

Can’t ever keep from falling apart
At the seams
Can I believe you’re taking my heart
To pieces

Lost, in a snow filled sky, we’ll make it alright
To come undone now

We’ll try to stay blind
To the hope and fear outside
Hey child, stay wilder than the wind
And blow me in to cry

Who do you need, who do you love
When you come undone

Who do you need, who do you love
When you come undone

Who do you need, who do you love
When you come undone….

 

[“Come Undone,” by Duran Duran. Written and produced by Duran Duran (Simon Le Bon, Nick Rhodes, Andy Taylor, John Taylor*, Roger Taylor). Backing vocals: Tessa Niles. Contributing guitar and instrumentation: Warren Cuccurullo. Contributing bass: John Jones. Original release: The Wedding Album, 1993.]

*John Taylor did not participate; he was contemplating leaving the band at this time. John Jones and Nick Rhodes both contributed bass.

 

Video posted to youtube by user georgios milonas

 

 

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