Constant Craving

Album: Ingenue (1992)
Charted: 15 38
  • Even through the darkest phase
    Be it thick or thin
    Always someone marches brave
    Here beneath my skin

    Constant craving
    Has always been

    Maybe a great magnet pulls
    All souls towards truth
    Or maybe it is life itself
    That feeds wisdom
    To its youth

    Constant craving
    Has always been

    Craving
    Ah ha
    Constant craving
    Has always been
    Has always been

    Constant craving
    Has always been
    Constant craving
    Has always been

    Craving
    Ah ha
    Constant craving
    Has always been
    Has always been
    Has always been
    Has always been
    Has always been
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Comments: 2

  • Camille from Toronto, OhOne of the most hauntingly beautiful songs with some of the most poetic lyrics ever:
    "Even through the darkest phase, be it thick or thin
    Always someone marches brave, here beneath my skin"
    The instrumentation of an accordion adds a melancholy, timeless sound to these simple yet profound words. k.d. lang's voice conveys the longing, the yearning.
  • Zabadak from London, EnglandThe single reached #52 in the UK
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