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Erasure - Breath Of Life download album

  • Performer: Erasure
  • Title: Breath Of Life
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Formats: DMF MIDI DTS WMA MP1 AIFF VQF
  • Released: 1992
  • Style: Synth-pop
  • MP3 album: 1737 mb
  • FLAC album: 1662 mb
  • Rating: 4.4/5
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Erasure - Breath Of Life download album

Breath of Life" is a song by Erasure which was released as the fourth and final single from the duo's album Chorus. It was the third single released from the album in the United States. The track was written by Erasure (Vince Clarke and Andy Bell) and was remixed slightly for its release as a single (including a shortened intro).

Features Song Lyrics for Erasure's Breath of Life album. Breath of Life (Swiss mix by Dave Bascombe and Erasure) Lyrics. 8. Breath of Life (Stripped mix by Phil Kelsey) Lyrics.

Never had a point of view 'Cause my mind was always someone else's mind. I never had to tell a lie 'Cause I left the choices up to them Don't know why but I did. Oh I want life Life wants me To breath in it's love. Take me I'm yours Now I'm comin' up for air I'm gonna live my time For the rest of my life Then I'll be comin' back for more. I never had to call the tune 'Cause I always drifted with the tide of the moon (Ah la luna, my love, my love, my love).

Breath Of Life (Elixir Mix)’ mixed by Robin Hancock, Erasure and Daniel Miller. Design by Me Company. Never had a point of view ‘Cause my mind was always someone else’s mind I never had to tell a lie ‘Cause I left the choices up to them Don’t know why, but I did. Oh, I want life Life wants me To breathe in its love. Take me I’m yours Now I’m coming up for air I’m gonna live my time for the rest of my life Then I’ll be coming back for more

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Breath of Life" was released as the fourth and final single from Erasure's album Chorus. The track was written by Vince Clarke and Andy Bell and was remixed slightly for its release as a single (including a shortened intro). What Have I Done to Deserve This? Pet Shop Boys.



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