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Blood Of Eden

by

Peter Gabriel



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About trying to work through a failing relationship by making love.
Gabriel used the image of the Garden of Eden because it was a time when man and woman were in one body, a state they have been trying to get back to ever since.
Sinead O'Connor sings on this with Gabriel.
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Comments (2):

This one is so beautiful and it's interesting... there's no controversy on this one, just "Sledgehammer" and "Kiss That Frog"... lol
- Roberta Trevisan, S?o Paulo, Brazil
The song appears in Wim Wender's 1991 film, "Until the End of the World." I'm not sure if Peter Gabriel wrote the song specifically for the movie; but other artists including U2, REM, and The Talking Heads did compose original scores for inclusion in the film, so it's very possible.
- Eric, Cincinnati, OH
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