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Close to me because no matter how hard I try I cant hear it without seeing the comb plucking from the video and it instantly makes me smile. My 16 year old mind was mesmerized by the jangly bass line and the underlying sexiness of the lyrics. That song turned the Cure from serious to sexy and I liked it! I love so many of your wonderful songs… but my favourite is Cut Here…. I think because it holds so much meaning …. Untitled from Disintegration. The last song on the album with out a name. Speaks to me in a way that connects a memory to a melody.
The lyrics speak of looking back at a relationship and a lost opportunity to say things that were wanting to be said. The idea of the devil eating away at my heart speaks to me what was keeping one from being able to say the words. We started making out during that song and when ever I hear it I think of her and how I was such a pup in love. I was in my early 20s. The moment of growing from a little child into a bigger child.
A Forest is the best Cure song. I saw them perform it live in concert in I had been a casual fan at the time and I was completely blown away. Bought up the entire catalog afterwards. Seeing blu-rays of their recent live excursions would be a trip and a half. Sonicly real word? The story is great, and with the upbeat music you get that the character was once happy, and is now angry that was was so happy and is now miserable. This is a song that has such a strong sense of urgency that it outdoes almost all their other intense songs.
Scott Dixon. Pictures of You is far and away my favorite Cure song. I have been a fan from the very beginning! The version on The Cure live Orange vhs is song gothic and badass. Perfect for everyday use.
Only a few songs compete — Years and Disintegration also come close. It is my favorite Cure song, and it was written in what I consider to be their best era. Smith as well.
The Caterpillar. The unique way the different instruments are played and even the way Robert Smith sings on this particular song, are all done in a playful and memorable way that makes this one single song a standout from their vast catalog of amazing music. From the Edge of the Deep Green Sea, the one song that will always, anywhere, and anytime bring me to tears. The most perfect song ever.
Same Deep Water as You — Very few songs in the world can put you in a trance and make you feel. This one does. I grew up in small desert town in Southern California where all we had to listen to was top 40 pop or country music radio.
In we moved to a slightly larger desert town and I was introduced to MTV… suddenly the music world opened up to me. The the video for Fascination Street came out and rocked my world. Suddenly I found music and visuals that matched what was happening in my head. I was 14 and my mind was blown. My parents and grandparents were confused as to what the hell I was into, but since I was a good kid and a REALLY good student they let me do and listen to what I wanted.
I met like-minded individuals in school, and the rest is history. Just a beautiful track with melancholy lyrics and vibe. The dismal overtones t,he dark lyrics the flamenco guitar. It takes me back 28 years instantly when I hear it…high school years…listening with a black light on and losing myself into another world…. My favorite song is definitely Push.
Total game changer. My favorite song by The Cure is Lullaby. It was the first song I heard by them, and it was unlike anything I had ever heard before. Lullaby is my favourite Cure song. I heard it for the first time when I was about 6 years old, and thought nothing of it. I was at the Cure concert in Hyde park, and we all dived. The beginning of the song just swells up in my chest. There are very few lyrics but they are exacting.
Only US fans! Still I have too hard a time narrowing it down to one song. Catch Reminds me of my first love when I was 16, driving my convertible, and hanging with my friends at the beach…and I remember the night I bought the album when it first came out so many years ago. I listen to that album more than I care to admit. So many favorites! Probably Close to Me — because it reminds me of hiding in big, black, fuzzy sweaters… which is also my favorite activity. I was a sophomore in high school and a new friend gave me a mixtape with a bunch of hardcore punk. So, Play For Today is my favorite because it was my gateway.
The song conveys to me the longing for an escape from the chaos that is life to spend an eternity in the arms of a lover…I think everyone can identify with that sentiment. Anyway, every time that I hear it in my car, I have to belt out my best rendition and I still get goosebumps when I hear it. A perfect under three minute pop song in addition to having a great B-side. Such an energetic song, and one of the highlights of any live Cure set. Disintegration, such a powerful and sad song. Not sure if I like the Entreat or album version better.
I love how it starts plainly, builds and builds in scope, and then closes so minimally. Love Song,..
Well deserved entry into Rock Hall, Truly they are artists who touch your soul. Catch because it has violin and what was a vague story in my innocence when I first heard it at 12 years old. Literally thought Robert Smith was just rolling around on the floor with his girlfriend, lol!!!