Lyrics to "Teardrop" song by Massive Attack: Love, love is a verb Love is a doing word Fearless on my breath Gentle impulsion Shakes me, makes me.2017
It features vocals and lyrics by Elizabeth Fraser , who had been the lead singer for the Scottish rock band Cocteau Twins. The song was released as the second single from Massive Attack's third studio album, Mezzanine , on 27 April In the United Kingdom, it peaked at number 10, becoming the group's highest-charting single and only top-ten hit in their native country. It additionally reached the top 20 in Australia, Ireland and New Zealand, as well as in Denmark in The music video notably features a foetus singing in the womb.
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Love, love is a verb Love is a doing word Fearless on my breath. Gentle impulsion Shakes me, makes me lighter Fearless on my breath Teardrop on the fire Fearless on my breath Night, night after day Black flowers blossom Fearless on my breath Black flowers blossom Fearless on my breath Teardrop on the fire Fearless on my Water is my eye Most faithful mirror Fearless on my breath Teardrop on the fire Of a confession Fearless on my breath Most faithful mirror Fearless on my breath Teardrop on the fire Fearless on my breath You're stumbling in the dark You're stumbling in the dark. You will get 3 free months if you haven't already used an Apple Music free trial. Type song title, artist or lyrics. Top lyrics Community Contribute Business.
Massive Attack • Teardrop (CC) [Karaoke Instrumental Lyrics]
Teardrop (Serbian translation)
View Discography Entry. Teardrop began life as a simple harpsichord riff plucked by Neil Davidige one April day in Mushroom who was the first in the band to hear this solitary riff, took an immediate liking to it and he and Neil Davidige set to further work on it adding sombre piano chords and beats. However, both 3D and Daddy G who had both now heard the early demo of the song at this stage, had another vocalist entirely in mind, Elizabeth Fraser of the Cocteau Twins. In the two against one split, eventually Mushroom lost out even though not before sending the backing track for Teardrop to Madonna who was apparently in love with the track and was disappointed when the rest of Massive Attack informed her that they already had a vocalist for the song.