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Love My Way Lyrics By The Psychedelic Furs Songs Album: Forever Now Year: 1982 There's an army on the dance floor It's a fashion with a gun my love In a r

The Psychedelic Furs - Love My Way
The Psychedelic Furs - Love My Way


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Album: Forever Now
Released: 1982

Love My Way Lyrics


There's an army on the dance floor
It's a fashion with a gun my love
In a room without a door
A kiss is not enough in
Love My Way, it's a new road
I follow where my mind goes
They'd put us on a railroad
They'd dearly make us pay
For laughing in their faces
And making it our way
There's emptiness behind their eyes
There's dust in all their hearts
They just want to steal us all
And take us all apart
But not in
Love my way, it's a new road
I follow where my mind goes
Love my way, it's a new road
I follow where my mind goes
Love my way, it's a new road
I follow where my mind goes
So swallow all your tears my love
And put on your new face
You can never win or lose
If you don't run the race

Writer/s: ASHTON, JOHN/BUTLER, RICHARD/BUTLER, TIMOTHY/DAVEY, VINCENT
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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Love My Way
  • Front man Richard Butler had a specific audience in mind when he penned the lyrics to this song. He explained in an interview with Creem in 1982: "It's basically addressed to people who are f--ked up about their sexuality, and says 'Don't worry about it.' It was originally written for gay people."
  • To the best of our knowledge, this is the most popular song featuring a marimba as a lead instrument. The Forever Now album was produced by Todd Rundgren and recorded at his studio, Utopia Sound. It was his idea to use the marimba on this track, and he played it. The demo of the song had a different instrument for those sections, but Rundgren had a marimba in the studio and thought it would be worth a shot. "It turned out that the little musical theme just sounded perfect with the marimbas, and became a signature element of the song," he said in our interview. "So it just was a question of availability. It's not like I had to go rent some marimbas. I happened to have them." (Here's the full Todd Rundgren interview .)
  • This song is included on the Valley Girl (1983) soundtrack. It was used in the scene when Nicolas Cage surprises Deborah Foreman in the bathroom at a party. Because of issues with music licensing, this song and others hits from the soundtrack, like Men at Work's "Who Can It Be Now?," have been replaced with other songs on the DVD release.

    The song also appears in the 1998 movie The Wedding Singer and in a 2009 episode of the TV series Hung.
  • When Rich Good filled in for guitarist John Ashton on tour in 2009, he quickly learned how passionate fans were about this song. He remembered in an interview with the unofficial Psychedelic Furs website (psychedelicfurs.co.uk ): "We got some rather heated responses when we didn't do 'LMW' for the first dates of 2009. I believe violence was threatened… You can't please all the people all the time."

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