The GRAMMY Award-winning "Losing My Religion" from R.E.M.’s critically-acclaimed, 1991 album, "Out Of Time" To learn more, visit http://www.remhq.com. Buy the album: 3CD+BluRay Deluxe Edition - https://rem.lnk.to/OutOfTimeDeluxe 2CD - https://rem.lnk.to/OutOfTime 3LP - https://rem.lnk.to/OutOfTime 1CD - https://rem.lnk.to/OutOfTime 1LP - https://rem.lnk.to/OutOfTime1LP
* 28 million views!! man this is getting to intense. and its just gonna keep being intense Here's to 30 million. though i have nothing to do with this song, i'm glad "Losing my Religion" has that many views Thank you R.E.M. "Losing My Religion": an expression from the southern region of the United States that means losing one's temper or civility. (There! I've heard this so many times i might as well put "DA DEFINNNETIOJN" of that phrase.) Anyways, The Number One song from R.E.M. Its "Losing My Religion"!! Enjoy! (Lyrics) Oh, life is bigger It's bigger than you And you are not me The lengths that I will go to The distance in your eyes Oh no, I've said too much I set it up (chorus) That's me in the corner That's me in the spotlight, I'm Losing my religion Trying to keep up with you And I don't know if I can do it Oh no, I've said too much I haven't said enough I thought that I heard you laughing I thought that I heard you sing I think I thought I saw you try Every whisper Of every waking hour I'm Choosing my confessions Trying to keep an eye on you Like a hurt lost and blinded fool, fool Oh no, I've said too much I set it up Consider this Consider this The hint of the century Consider this The slip that brought me To my knees failed What if all these fantasies Come flailing around Now I've said too much I thought that I heard you laughing I thought that I heard you sing I think I thought I saw you try But that was just a dream That was just a dream (repeat chorus) But that was just a dream Try, cry, why try? That was just a dream Just a dream, just a dream Dream
A song from the band R.E.M. with lyrics
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Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group North America Losing My Religion · R.E.M. Out Of Time ℗ 2016 R.E.M./Athens L.L.C. Under exclusive license to Concord Music Group, Inc. ℗ ℗ 2016 R.E.M./Athens L.L.C. Under exclusive license to Concord Music Group, Inc. Released on: 2016-11-18 Recording Producer: Scott Litt Author, Composer: Michael Mills Author, Composer: Michael Stipe Author, Composer: Peter Buck Author, Composer: William Berry Music Publisher: Night Garden Music (Warner-Tamerlane) Auto-generated by YouTube.
An interview with Michael Stipe and Mike Mills of R.E.M. about 'Losing my religion' for the program 'Top 2000 A Gogo' on the NTR (Dutch Public Television). It aired December 2016. Interview and direction by Lex Coppoolse.
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This week has been a wild ride. I tried and I stumbled. Sometimes it felt as if I was falling into a deep hole. I saw your hand and I grabbed it and we fell together. Then we were flying. Thank you. Many thanks to my friends at LEWITT for the great microphone. I give it my Golden Buzzer! http://www.lewitt-audio.com Come see me on tour http://www.puddlespityparty.com/dates/ Get souvenirs http://stores.portmerch.com/puddlespityparty/ Website - http://www.puddlespityparty.com Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/puddlespityparty Twitter - http://twitter.com/PuddlesPityP Instagram - http://instagram.com/puddlespityparty Tim DeLaney played bass, drums, piano and did sound. Andrew Woodman did pictures. I played guitars.