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Depeche Mode – Nothing’s Impossible

Playing the Angel is the eleventh studio album by English electronic music band Depeche Mode, released in the United Kingdom on 17 October 2005 by Mute Records and in the United States and Canada on 18 October by Sire Records and Reprise Records. It was supported by the Touring the Angel tour. Playing the Angel is Depeche Mode’s first album to feature Dave Gahan as co-writer. He wrote the lyrics to “Suffer Well”, “I Want It All” and “Nothing’s Impossible”, while Christian Eigner and Andrew Phillpott wrote the music. Gahan is the lead singer on all songs except for the instrumental “Introspectre”, and Martin Gore-sung tracks “Macro” and “Damaged People”. Gahan also sings backing vocals on “Macro”, which was the first time he had sung backing on one of Gore’s songs since Violator’s “Sweetest Perfection”. The name “Playing the Angel” is taken from a lyric in the closing song “The Darkest Star”. It is the fourth Depeche Mode album to get its name from a lyric in its album, the other three being Construction Time Again, Some Great Reward and Black Celebration. Wikipedia®.

Depeche Mode – Nothing’s Impossible (Official Video)

Depeche Mode – Nothing’s Impossible Lyrics:
Just give me a reason, some kind of sign.
I’ll need a miracle to help me this time.
I heard what you said and I feel the same.
I know in my heart that I’ll have to change.

Even the stars look brighter tonight.
Nothing’s impossible.
I still believe in love at first sight.
Nothing’s impossible.

How did we get to be this far apart?
How did we get to be this far apart?
I want to be with you, have something to share.
I want to be here I’m not There.

Even the stars look brighter tonight.
Nothing’s impossible.
I still believe in love at first sight.
Nothing’s impossible.

Even the stars look brighter tonight.
Nothing’s impossible.
If you believe in love at first sight.
Nothing’s impossible.

I still believe in love at first sight.
Nothing’s impossible.

Written by Gahan/Eigner/Phillpott

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