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Muse — Endlessly
Album: Absolution
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Released: 2003
Length: 3:42
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There's a part of me you'll never know
The only thing I'll never show
Hopelessly I'll love you endlessly
Hopelessly I'll give you everything
But I won't give you up
I won't let you down
And I won't leave you falling
If the moment ever comes

It's plain to see it's trying to speak
Cherished dreams forever asleep
Hopelessly I'll love you endlessly
Hopelessly I'll give you everything
But I won't give you up
I won't let you down
And I won't leave you falling
If the moment ever comes

Hopelessly I'll love you endlessly
Hopelessly I'll give you everything
But I won't give you up
I won't let you down
And I won't leave you falling
But the moment never comes
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Meh.
 ShaunJ wrote:

Wake me when it's over{#Sleep}

 
No doubt.  I bet I could write an auto-mute program for shit like this until it's over. 
 Throttle13 wrote:
Saw Muse at Coachella a few years back... they are powerful live, but it really is the "Matt Bellamy Show", with the rest of the band as backup... all the spotlights were on him. It was a tad narcissistic for my taste.

 
Wake me when it's over{#Sleep}
Saw Muse at Coachella a few years back... they are powerful live, but it really is the "Matt Bellamy Show", with the rest of the band as backup... all the spotlights were on him. It was a tad narcissistic for my taste.
I never realized there was a RickRoll in these lyrics.
 Proclivities wrote:
 LaurieinTucson wrote:

 what's he holding? 


It looks like a penguin.

 
An arm's apple holding a baby. 
 
 LaurieinTucson wrote:

 what's he holding? 


Looks like a penguin.
Muse Ack!
Bill the cat said that. 
I'd like his in-breath to be a little quieter, if he wouldn't mind.  Thanks.
 kilroyjoe3 wrote:
Maybe better than radio head!? At least we can understand this guy. Thom York just mumbles.
 
Well...not always. Unfortunately. 

gif of Thom Yorke screaming into camera
Better than Radiohead but only by a pointless amount.  
 msymmes wrote:
I can play the triangle.

 

I can play the triangle.
I was afraid this band was Muse.  The one song that isn't too bad.  Not that it's good, either.
ico wrote:
terrible howl

 
I agree. At first I thought it was another Radiohead-whine.
terrible howl
 LaurieinTucson wrote:

 

 

what's he holding?



 
Gas mask.

 

 

what's he holding?


Looking forward to PSD button now.  No offense
Oh, how I miss the Simmetry,...their latest 2  Queenesque albums sound too mild to me.
Odd to see Coldplay used as a comparison.
i might have thought Radiohead. Anyway good band good song. 
Fine, classic Muse.

Newer stuff just doesn't seem to measure up, not as much emotion.
 Odyzzeuz wrote:
OK, it's a pet peeve, I admit it. All singers are required to pronounce the word ''thing'' like the word ''thin.'' If they don't, they'll be killed by the same people who force everyone to sound like Coldplay.

 
I hope they have little success then, for world full of Coldplay clones would be hell!
  
Muse, you hate them or love them.
I do both I guess... This is from the good era. 
 Hannio wrote:
They make me think of the Edward Gorey cartoons of swooning Victorian women.
 
I grew up in the Southland, USA.  I think of my cousin, my aunt, my 5th grade schoolteacher, and a half-dozen other women -- and it's a good memory.
this is the muse i love,not the 2013 muse.they've gone over the top for me now.
 rdo wrote:
They have a sort of histrionic quality.  The movie "Fatal Attraction" keeps jumping into my head. 

 

They make me think of the Edward Gorey cartoons of swooning Victorian women.
 rdo wrote:
They have a sort of histrionic quality.  The movie "Fatal Attraction" keeps jumping into my head. 
 
What's scary is that this song is probably the least histrionic I've heard from them.

 lily34 wrote:
it's so pretty. i just love this one.
 
Glad I don't try and figure out what everyone would like musically...it would drive me nuts! {#Angel}

And I like it too...
it's so pretty. i just love this one.
They have a sort of histrionic quality.  The movie "Fatal Attraction" keeps jumping into my head. 
OK, it's a pet peeve, I admit it. All singers are required to pronounce the word ''thing'' like the word ''thin.'' If they don't, they'll be killed by the same people who force everyone to sound like Coldplay.

Renee Fleming plays Endlessly (by Muse), theme included  in their recent Albúm:
Dark Hope (2010)...beautiful.

What i think: It is very likely that we get in the mood to review the original artists, when we heard the "covers" by Renee, this only shows that it is not so easy to build great songs in the field of light music-pop-soul. But, I find it interesting that Renee foray in the field of light music-pop-soul, which shows the other side of this amazing singer, classical, opera, here appears bereft of any career aspirations, with humility, open mind, unprejudiced, a sense liberating, perhaps to prove that life is indeed very short, and you only live once. And if this is important for any human being, is essential for an artist.  -   "It's Now or Never"  :-)) 




When I saw this listed as recently played on shoutcast I knew this would be a good station. My assumption was correct :p

10/10  ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

 felam wrote:
This song kills me....the incessant whiny vocals and repetitive riff. (gnashing teeth)
 

I totally concur, don't get this group, never will. They sound like a group that teenagers that have not developed a sophisticated sense of music would like. I don't know like viewers of the Twilight movie series or something.{#Wink}
I LOVE these guys, I have all their albums!!! They are a texture of so many different musical thoughts.
Mr Kate Hudson?
Cruithne3753 wrote:
Not the best cut off this album. REALLY need Butterflies and Hurricanes here!

skdenfeld wrote:


What's wanted around here is Stockholm Syndrome and Hysteria, both tracks abounding with atom-bomb levels of energy. Abso-frickin'-lutely rockin' songs!
 

YES PLEASE to all of the above!  I swear "Butterflies and Hurricanes" is my favorite of all Muse songs, but then I hear "Hysteria" and it's insane energy become my favorite. But then "Bliss" plays... {#Cheesygrin}

 amusicfan wrote:
I don't know why anyone would compare Matt with Freddie, totally different, but each excellent in their own right. I loved the Muse set at Glastonbury this year.
 
Totally agree on the Glastonbury set - really made me sit up and take notice of Muse, they had pretty much washed over me before that. This studio recording & the live performance at Glasto are barely recognisable as the same song. And just to piss off the U2 denigrators, Muse & Edge on "Where The Streets Have No Name" were something to see.

how can a song this awesome
not keep you entranced
e n d l e s s l y

{#Bounce}{#Bounce}{#Bounce}
M U S E

{#Bananapiano}   {#Drummer}   {#Bananajam}

MUSE
{#Daisy}

I'm bumping my rating to "10" — I am just a sucker for the dulcimer...  {#Notworthy}

All Muse songs sounds exactly the same to me with that hideous falsettos.
They only become famous in USA after Twilight Series and then spit where they eated saying they hated to do this after the third movie.
The sold songs for the 3 movies and after became commercial complain about it. I respect Paramore more than they, in spite I don't like both because they droped out after 1º movie.
 Felix_The_Cat wrote:


can't really stand how some ppl compare this guy with freddie {#Rolleyes}

 
It's probably because most Muse songs have a similar over-the-top, operatic styling as Queen.  AND speaking of Opera — check out Renee Fleming's cover of Endlessly!  Gorgeous (alas her other covers of Death Cab & Peter Gabriel leave something to be desired...)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YyceTZ2SJo8&feature=av2n

I don't know why anyone would compare Matt with Freddie, totally different, but each excellent in their own right. I loved the Muse set at Glastonbury this year.
 Chi_Guy wrote:
More "Mercury" than "Yorky".
I kinda,-sorta like it.
 

can't really stand how some ppl compare this guy with freddie {#Rolleyes}

 felam wrote:
This song kills me....the incessant whiny vocals and repetitive riff. (gnashing teeth)
 
go see them live and see & hear a new view: https://muse.mu/tour-dates/   {#Umbrella}
    {#Kiss}  {#Bananapiano}    {#Drummer}    {#Bananajam}   {#Bounce}{#Kiss}

I LOVE this ~
heard about date with the pope . from elbow....cool song that is
 skdenfeld wrote:

What's wanted around here is Stockholm Syndrome and Hysteria, both tracks abounding with atom-bomb levels of energy. Abso-frickin'-lutely rockin' songs!

 
Yep.  Those too!

:smile: More "Mercury" than "Yorky". I kinda,-sorta like it. :wave:
Cruithne3753 wrote:
Not the best cut off this album. REALLY need Butterflies and Hurricanes here!
What's wanted around here is Stockholm Syndrome and Hysteria, both tracks abounding with atom-bomb levels of energy. Abso-frickin'-lutely rockin' songs!
Maybe better than radio head!? At least we can understand this guy. Thom York just mumbles.
pushkinjim wrote:
That's like saying "mediocre under-achiever wannabe."
Hey, it's a tough job, but somebody has to do it.
that guy DOES sound a little too much like the radiohead singer. still, i gave it a 7 for being "quite likeable." LOL
Man...I really dont like Muse.
RadioHead??????? Still it sounds good.
This song kills me....the incessant whiny vocals and repetitive riff. (gnashing teeth) :frustrated:
Cruithne3753 wrote:
Not the best cut off this album. REALLY need Butterflies and Hurricanes here!
I concur! Butterflies and Hurricanes is fantastic....great song to write papers to at the last minute lol. :cheesygrin:
Not the best cut off this album. REALLY need Butterflies and Hurricanes here!
dreadpixie wrote:
thank you. thank you for playing something good this morning. the last 3 songs were terrible. i was about to cry.
Aah, much becomes clear now.
Whiny.
RadioDoc wrote:
Radiohead wannabe.
That's like saying "mediocre under-achiever wannabe."
RadioDoc wrote:
Radiohead wannabe.
You got that right.
Radiohead wannabe.
didums
At the end, a bit disappointed these guys
HAPPY THANKSGIVING!
keller1 wrote:
This is one that made me just dive for the "1" key. Awful.
Take aim and shoot. Mercy killing.
This sounds good, need to hear more.
dreadpixie wrote:
thank you. thank you for playing something good this morning. the last 3 songs were terrible. i was about to cry.
You have an interesting and dare I say eclectic taste in music. I believe I would enjoy talking music with you. However, this song is dreck, at best.
Muse is good, at every time of a day ;)
dreadpixie wrote:
thank you. thank you for playing something good this morning. the last 3 songs were terrible. i was about to cry.
Sénégal Fast Food is fun!
thank you. thank you for playing something good this morning. the last 3 songs were terrible. i was about to cry.
Too bravado for me.
More_Cowbell wrote:
Vocal Sounds like KD Lang.
:eek: that was an unexpected comment...to each his own ears I suppose.
ThePoose wrote:
Rufusesque
S'truth!
firerytrigon wrote:
Couldn't agree more! :clap:
Same for me. Still better than the tripe on corp. radio, though.
redeyespy wrote:
Sounded that way from the first measure. Only this is Radiohead with the edges sanded down, the talent stripped away, and the transcendence kicked to the curb.
Couldn't agree more! :clap:
grusso wrote:
I thought I was listening to Jeff Buckley, actually.
Wanna-be Buckley, maybe. Lacks the rage and the range.
I thought I was listening to Jeff Buckley, actually.
Vocal Sounds like KD Lang.
stubbsz wrote:
Rocks? Wow, how the definition has strayed. Whimps would cover it better.
This must be the only Muse song you know of.
redeyespy wrote:
this is Radiohead with the...transcendence kicked to the curb.
Great line! I'm still enjoying the track, but had to check to see if it was Keane.
bigB_3 wrote:
Muse still rocks. :clap:
Rocks? Wow, how the definition has strayed. Whimps would cover it better.
bigB_3 wrote:
How so? You must be a student of the Rosie O'Donnell Lack-O-Humor School of the Arts. Regardless, Muse still rocks. :clap:
A non sequitur. Re-read the string and try again.
keller1 wrote:
Another student of the Dick Cheney Debating School --- "belittle your opponent".
How so? You must be a student of the Rosie O'Donnell Lack-O-Humor School of the Arts. Regardless, Muse still rocks. :clap:
im still waiting for the proper guitars to kick in ...
I, for one, am going to make a stand here. Muse is teh awesomez. If they're not your cup of tea, that's fine, but they have skillz which have yet to be late paying their rent and utilities.
Too slow and quiet for 9am.
bigB_3 wrote:
Hope you dove head first... :rolleyes: MUSE rocked the house in Atlanta last night. :drummer: :guitarist:
I'm going to take the high road here and not suggest that your taste is all in your a**.
I enjoy Muse, but there is just something that makes me not totally love them - i think it's that their lyrics don't blend with the music at all - seems like they are trying to be 'meaningful' and fall very very short. But, the structures of the song keep my interest.
redeyespy wrote:
Sounded that way from the first measure. Only this is Radiohead with the edges sanded down, the talent stripped away, and the transcendence kicked to the curb.
:yes:
keller1 wrote:
This is one that made me just dive for the "1" key. Awful.
Hope you dove head first... :rolleyes: MUSE rocked the house in Atlanta last night. :drummer: :guitarist:
redeyespy wrote:
Sounded that way from the first measure. Only this is Radiohead with the edges sanded down, the talent stripped away, and the transcendence kicked to the curb.
This is actually a very good album, I have seen them live before and the brought the roof down. Good band but either you will like them or hate them.
Rufousesque
This is one that made me just dive for the "1" key. Awful.
They didn't spell their name correctly- it should have simply been the caveat: Mute.
milehighYinzer wrote:
Are these guys trying to be Radiohead?
Sounded that way from the first measure. Only this is Radiohead with the edges sanded down, the talent stripped away, and the transcendence kicked to the curb.
UltraNurd wrote:
You should really get that looked at. Remember, never stick anything bigger than the pointy end of a football in your ear.
I think you mean anything SMALLER
serinde wrote:
Yeah, only they're listenable.
I hope you mean Radiohead is listenable ...
milehighYinzer wrote:
Are these guys trying to be Radiohead?
Yeah, only they're listenable.
Another cd purchased because of hearing on RP.
:drunk:
bokey wrote:
Whiny voice? check Synth? check Drum machine? check Wimpy lyrics? check 2
Agreed!!!
This song feels like a soap opera...in a good way.. sexy/// :hearteyes:
Are these guys trying to be Radiohead?
Matts wrote:
it's an irritating piece of music that just gets on your nerve and makes your ears bleed!
You should really get that looked at. Remember, never stick anything bigger than the pointy end of a football in your ear.
Like all Muse songs, you listen to it first time on the radio, you like it, you buy the CD, then you figure out that the song is not the same the second time you listen to it, instead; its irritating piece of music that just gets on your nerve and makes your ears bleed!
Whiny voice? check Synth? check Drum machine? check Wimpy lyrics? check 2
Tux wrote:
I hope this song was the last of probably one of the worst hours on RP: 7:21 am - Muse - Endlessly 7:17 am - Vienna Teng - Blue Caravan 7:11 am - Coldplay - White Shadows 7:07 am - Beatles - While My Guitar Gently Weeps 7:03 am - Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - Weight of the World 7:00 am - Kings of Convenience - Love Is No Big Truth 6:58 am - Joe Satriani - Brother John 6:51 am - U2 - Lemon 6:47 am - Snow Patrol - Shut Your Eyes 6:43 am - Joan Osborne - Pretty Little Stranger 6:39 am - Michelle Shocked - If Love Was a Train 6:33 am - Bob Dylan - Rollin' And Tumblin' 6:28 am - New Order - 60 MPH 6:25 am - Howling Bells - I'm Not Afraid 6:21 am - Radiohead - Karma Police Muse, Coldplay, Beatles, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, U2, Snow Patrol, New Order, Radiohead, Pearl Jam, and Augie March. That is just too much shit to get thrown at you. The beautiful Vienna Teng, Kings of Convenience, Joe Satriani, Joan Osborne, and Bob Dylan do not make up for that.
Sounds like I missed an awesome hour of song. If you don't like the music, just quitely remove yourself from Radio Paradise -- don't :puke: on my Paradise!
Just downright depressing. Wouldn't mind not hearing this one again.
Tux wrote:
I hope this song was the last of probably one of the worst hours on RP...
Thus spake Mr. Buzzkill.
Gish05 wrote:
This song, on the other hand, is great.
:yes:
Both this album and Origin of Symmetry are so, so much better than Black Holes and Revelations. I'm not sure what Muse thought would've been so great about the direction they just went in, but it's pretty bland. This song, on the other hand, is great.
davin wrote:
Who is this mopey kid who will give me everything and who gave him everything to begin with?
His parents kept him tied up in a darkened room for the first 23 years of his life!
He sounds a lil thom yorke influenced
Who is this mopey kid who will give me everything and who gave him everything to begin with?
underarmor wrote:
We are just finishing the same playlist. Does that make this the worst hour on RP or second worst?
Don't know. I've been switching to Stellar Attraction a lot lately. I might move there more. I didn't hear a bad thing at all so far, and after all the good new stuff I heard here, the bad stuff starts to irritate me more than the finds for new jewels is making me happy. Downside of Stellar is the availability of the station. RP is for more reliable in serving us :) https://www.stellar-attraction.com shua wrote:
Can I have your filter? Muse needs Mute.
Sure, visit my journal
We are just finishing the same playlist. Does that make this the worst hour on RP or second worst? Tux wrote:
I hope this song was the last of probably one of the worst hours on RP: 7:21 am - Muse - Endlessly 7:17 am - Vienna Teng - Blue Caravan 7:11 am - Coldplay - White Shadows 7:07 am - Beatles - While My Guitar Gently Weeps 7:03 am - Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - Weight of the World 7:00 am - Kings of Convenience - Love Is No Big Truth 6:58 am - Joe Satriani - Brother John 6:51 am - U2 - Lemon 6:47 am - Snow Patrol - Shut Your Eyes 6:43 am - Joan Osborne - Pretty Little Stranger 6:39 am - Michelle Shocked - If Love Was a Train 6:33 am - Bob Dylan - Rollin' And Tumblin' 6:28 am - New Order - 60 MPH 6:25 am - Howling Bells - I'm Not Afraid 6:21 am - Radiohead - Karma Police Muse, Coldplay, Beatles, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, U2, Snow Patrol, New Order, Radiohead, Pearl Jam, and Augie March. That is just too much shit to get thrown at you. The beautiful Vienna Teng, Kings of Convenience, Joe Satriani, Joan Osborne, and Bob Dylan do not make up for that.
Tux wrote:
My filter already switches to other stations automatically when crap like this is played, ...
Can I have your filter? Muse needs Mute.