Talk Talk | I Believe In You – 1988


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· TITEL

ARTIST | MUSIC | SINGLE


I Believe in You

(Mark Hollis - Tim Friese-Greene)

1988


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· ARTIST

TALK TALK

(Mark Hollis, Lee Harris, Paul Webb, Simon Brenner, Tim Friese-Greene)
[1981-1991], London, Greater London, United Kingdom

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· TRACKLIST
01 ▸ Talk Talk - I Believe in You [Video Version] - 1988 •
02 ▸ Talk Talk - John Cope [Single B-Side] - 1988 •
03 ▸ Talk Talk - I Believe in You [Album Version] - 1988 •
04 ▸ Talk Talk - Eden [Single B-Side] - 1988 •
05 ▸ Talk Talk - I Believe in You [Single Version] - 1988 •

Hear it in my spirit

I've seen heroin for myself

On the street so young, laying wasted

Enough, ain't it enough, crippled world

I just can't bring myself to see it starting

Tell me how I fear it

I buy prejudice for my health

Is it worth so much when you taste it?

Enough, there ain't enough hidden hurt

A time to sell yourself, a time for passing

Spirit

How long?

Spirit

[Instrumental]

Spirit

Spirit

How long?

Spirit

How long?

Spirit

...


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· Biographie
Talk Talk were an English musical group founded in 1981. Talk Talk was part of the British new wave movement. They had a string of early hit singles including "Talk Talk", "It's My Life", or "Such a Shame".
"I Believe in You" is a song written by Mark Hollis and Tim Friese-Greene for the English band Talk Talk's fourth album Spirit of Eden (1988). Although the band did not originally plan to release a single, EMI issued a radio edit of "I Believe in You" in September 1988 (the previously unreleased "John Cope" was included as the B-side). The single failed to breach the UK Singles Chart Top 75. Around November, Tim Pope directed a music video for "I Believe in You", featuring Hollis sitting with his guitar, singing the lyrics. "That was a massive mistake," said Hollis. "I thought just by sitting there and listening and really thinking about what it was about, I could get that in my eyes. But you cannot do it. It just feels stupid."

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