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Depeche Mode Lyrics – Barrel Of A Gun

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Lyrics to ’Barrel Of A Gun’ by Depeche Mode. Do you mean this horny creep / Set upon weary feet / Who looks in need of sleep / That doesn’t come / This twisted,

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DEPECHE MODE – BARREL OF A GUN LYRICS

Depeche Mode – Ultra Album Lyrics; 1. Barrel of a Gun: 2. Barrel of a Gun (5.1 mix) 3. Barrel of a Gun (Live In London, April 1997) 4. Barrel of a Gun (live) 5. Barrel of a Gun (live, 1997-04: London) 6. Barrel of a Gun (live, 1997-04: London, 5.1 mix) 7. Barrel Of A Gun – 2007 Remastered Version: 8. Barrel Of A Gun – Live: 9. Freestate: 10. Freestate …

Barrel Of A Gun Lyrics – Depeche Mode

Lyrics to Barrel Of A Gun by Depeche Mode: Do you mean this horny creep / Set upon weary feet / Who looks in need of sleep / That doesn’t

Depeche Mode – Barrel Of A Gun Lyrics | Genius Lyrics

Speaking about “Barrel of a Gun” in a 2017 interview with Entertainment Weekly, David said: “It really describes the way I felt at that time: This creature that was barely existing, but somehow still thought he had it going on [laughs]. Martin was spot-on with his lyrics.

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Song Meaning”Barrel of a Gun” came after some difficult times for the band and its members. Musician Alan Wilder left the band in 1995, and lead singer David Gahan nearly died while in the throes of heroin addiction.

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Lyrics zu ’Barrel of a Gun’ von Depeche Mode. Do you mean this horny creep / Set upon weary feet / Who looks in need of sleep / That doesn’t come / This

Barrel of a Gun (Depeche Mode song) – Wikipedia

”Barrel of a Gun” is Depeche Mode’s 31st UK single, released on 3 February 1997, and the first single from the band’s ninth studio album Ultra.

Genre: Dance-rock, industrial rock