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All I Ever Wanted All I Ever Needed Song

“All I Ever Wanted All I Ever Needed” is a song by British singer-songwriter Kirsty MacColl, which was released in 1991 as the third and final single from her third studio album, Electric Landlady. It was written by MacColl and Marshall Crenshaw and produced by Steve Lillywhite.

In an advertising video about the making of Electric Landlady, MacColl commented, “’All I Ever Wanted All I Ever Needed is a song I wrote with Marshall Crenshaw a while ago. We actually mailed him the chord patterns that he had written. Then I put in a few vocals, and the lyrics together and sent them back to him. And he said, ‘Well I can’t sing this, it’s a girl’s song’ so I put it on hold and now I finally did it, I recorded it in New York with the Latin band.

All I Ever Wanted All I Ever Needed Is Here In My Arms Lyrics

Words like violence

Break the silence

Come crashing in

Into my little world

Painful to me

Pierce right through me

Cant, you understand

Oh my little girl

All I ever wanted

All I ever needed

Is here in my arms

Words are very unnecessary

They can only do harm

Vows are spoken

To be broken

Feelings are intense

Words are trivial

Pleasures remain

So does the pain

Words are meaningless

And forgettable

Depeche Mode – All I ever wanted All I Ever Needed

Depeche Mode released their introduction album Speak & Spell in 1981 and brought the band onto the British New Wave scene. Founding member Vince Clarke left after the album was released; they recorded A Broken Frame as a trio. Gore took over as lead songwriter and later, in 1982, Alan Wilder replaced Clarke and began a training that lasted 13 years. The band’s final albums in the 1980s, Black Celebration and Music for the Masses, established them as the dominant force on the electronic music act. A climax of this era was the band’s June 1988 performance at the Pasadena Rose Bowl, where they drew more than 60,000 spectators. In the early 1990s, they released Violator, a huge international success. The next album, Songs of Faith and Devotion, released in 1993, was also a success, although the band’s disputes during recording and touring led to Wilder’s departure in 1995.

Depeche Mode has 54 songs in the UK singles chart and 17 top 10 albums in the UK charts; they have sold more than 100 million records worldwide. Q took the band on his list of “50 Bands That Changed the World”. Depeche Mode also ranks 98th on VH1’s “100 Greatest Artists of All Time” list. In December 2016, Billboard named Depeche Mode the tenth greatest dance club artist of all time. You were nominated for Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction in 2017 and 2018 and inducted into the 2020 class.

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