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can’t find my way home
(winwood)



come down from your throne
leave your body alone

somebody must change

you are the reason
i’ve been waiting for so long

somebody holds the key



well i’m near the end

and i just ain’t got no time

and i’m wasted and i

can’t find my way home



come down on your own
leave your body alone

somebody must change

you are the reason
that i’ve been waiting for so long

somebody holds the key



well i’m near the end

and i just ain’t got no time

and i’m wasted and i

can’t find my way home



can’t find my way home

can’t find my way home

can’t find my way home



well i’m near the end

and i just ain’t got no time

and i’m wasted and i

can’t find my way home



can’t find my way home

can’t find my way home

can’t find my way home

can’t find my way home

versions
album version (4:51)

releases
twisted tenderness
twisted tenderness::deluxe

comment
this knowingly ironic cover sits well alongside the sumner/marr compositions on twisted tenderness, and is lent further continuity by being intoned in the final song flicker. bernard: “it was arthur baker’s idea to do the blind faith track. to be honest, i’d never heard of them. when electronic first formed, we were called a ‘blind faith for the nineties’. and then every interview we did, the journalist would say, ‘so you’re a supergroup?’ we’d say, ‘we’re not a supergroup, right?’ we spent the past five years denying we’re a supergroup and then we end up doing a cover version, the first one i’ve ever done, by blind faith — who are a supergroup!” despite the cultural significance of the 1969 recording, electronic’s version is superior, with a stronger guitar line and more melodic intent in the choruses.

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