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The Dandy Warhols — I Will Never Stop Loving You
Album: Rockmaker
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Length: 5:17
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I will never stop loving you
Whatever else I do
And I hope you will too

I forget what it's like to be new
Those days we were askew
You know what it means to be me
And I know what it means to be you

But more's the shame
There's nothing stays the same
It's strange but it's true
I will never stop loving you

We know all about what we've been through
And all the days I made you rue
Know that I rue them too
I'm sorry but it's true
I will never stop loving you

When nothing stays the same
Till nothing else remains
Of everything we knew
That I will never stop loving you

But for the pain
That nothing stays the same

It's not to blame
But it's so hard to maintain
When nothing is new
But I will never stop loving you

And all the things we misconstrue
Some weren't lies, but some weren't true
Despite our best intentions to

Strange but it's true
Don't know if I can see it through
It's hard to do
And I will never stop loving you
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I love that the Dandy's keep surprising me.  Also reminded me of Barry Adamson and "Jazz Devil" which would make a lovely segue. 
Sounds like Vincent Price!
Na
Well Batman, I just think you should better stick with the crime fighting. Ok?
What a menacing threat of a love declaration. 
 wossName wrote:

I was in another room when this started playing, and thought "When did Leonard Cohen record something with Neko Case?"



And here I thought it might have been Till Lindemann from Rammstein.
Deborah/ie Harry (b:1945) is still at it! Wonderful.
At 70-something years of age Ms. Harry has decided to go by Deborah, rather than Debbie?  Kinda funny stage in life to become a "serious" artist, no?
The male voice is quite the same of "How does it make you feel?" of Air.
Just when I thought dude’s singing couldn’t get more low key delivery…
Sounds like the Dandy Warhols dug up Ken Nordine, the guy who used to do those Word Jazz recordings. 
Music for/from stalkers and co-dependents.
 romo90 wrote:

always interesting and now more new music.. I just love RP :)



Milt
I don't know why but I really like that wind-down ending.
Somebody has blended the vocal DNA of Leonard Cohen, Tom Waits, and a dash of Frank Zappa.
Oooooh I like this. Thought Robbie Robertson at first...
Nice cinematic atmosphere, if a bit over-muddled, but likely the point. 
The Yello'ist song I've ever heard from these folk.
That's one creepy voice!
Really spooky -- Sounds like a stalker to me...   I'll wait for a few more plays before rating though.
I love this entire new album from the Dandys and I love hearing it on RP!! :)
I listened to most of this album last weekend - it's quite good. Not sure this song would be the one I'd choose for RP, but it may grow on me.
 wossName wrote:

I was in another room when this started playing, and thought "When did Leonard Cohen record something with Neko Case?"



EXACTLY
I think I like the song, but..... I Hate modern music mastering! There are no dynamics of the music in this recording.  I find it unlistenable.  I thought we were done with the loudness wars!
A bit of a Butthole Surfers vibe going here... which is not a bad thing.
What a combination 
I was in another room when this started playing, and thought "When did Leonard Cohen record something with Neko Case?"
always interesting and now more new music.. I just love RP :)
New Dandy Warhols?  Yes, please.  A song featuring Deborah Harry?  Yes, please as well.  This is gonna need a few listens but digging the energy on first listen.