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  • I wish an instrumental version of this existed.
  • I don't care if you're going nowhere, just take good care of the world. :) [2] <3
  • DM's music is so beautiful. Their lyrics speak so much wisdom. It's a travesty that I hadn't discovered them earlier.
  • love this and two minute warning from the same album.
  • <3
  • I don't care if you're going nowhere, just take good care of the world. :)
  • Good song
  • one of their best songs ever
  • The last minute is divine. God I love Alan Wilder
  • simply cry for the ending
  • Magnificent song written from Alan!
  • absolutely beautiful song!
  • Alan!
  • Yeah, loop that closing for another ten minutes would be great! Awesome bass line!
  • Ah, lovely. This one sounds better and better compares to the more modern versions DM are touting in their current concerts (2010).
  • love it
  • 10/9/83 ulster hall
  • Świetna sprawa!
  • love the closing part to this song, wish it was an extended version available
  • BTW-bell sound sounds exactly the same like the one in M.Oldfield's "Crisis" opening section. Both - TLIC and Crisis were recorded in 83 or so. Wasn't it Yamaha DX7?
  • One of their best ones ever - the closing part is still amazing.
  • yup
  • The closing instrumental section is fantastic. Just listen to it with your headphones on. :) I always imagine it's a big bell falling down stairs and ringing while hitting the steps.
  • Magnífico.
  • Stfu serious message.. Amazing synth-pop.
  • TEMAZO!!
  • Truly great British synthpop with a serious message for us all.
  • Temazo de Alan Wilder!!
  • i love pop music. i love depeche mode.
  • Very relevant song still today what with global warming and such.
  • the instrumental part at the end is the best part Agreed.
  • Agreed with below. The sonar bells are utterly gorgeous.
  • the instrumental part at the end is the best part
  • Just take good care of the world A true early DM classic; absolutely love it!

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