Depeche Mode: Home Meaning
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Where I'm bound to the ground by the loneliest sound
And it pounds from within and is pinning me down
Here is a page from the emptiest stage
A cage or the heaviest cross ever made
A gauge of the...
anonymous Jul 16th, 2018 7:34am report
Martin Gore said in an interview, its about death.
Going home, at the end... and feeling at peace with it.
He wrote it in a time of his life, he thouht he was close to the end.
The interview is called times talks, it had a question by a girl in the audience, about the aong, she thouht it was about going home, and martin states the death part... wonder if she still loves the song...
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