D is for Deep in the Heart

My favorite U2 song that begins with D is Deep in the Heart. It is a B side off I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For, my all-time favorite U2 song. I love the B sides off The Joshua Tree, my favorite U2 album, just as much as, if not more than, the songs that made it on the actual album. I love the overall sound of Deep in the Heart, especially the pounding drums!

Angel, everything is gonna be alright
Angel, everything is gonna work out tonight
Thirty years old
Sweet as a rose
Every petal of her wafer thin
Love will make you blind
Creep up from behind
Get you jumping out of your skin
Angel, it’s sink or swim
Deep in the heart
Deep in the heart of this place
Deep in the heart
Deep in the heart of this place
Door is closed behind me now
The window is sealed to shut out the light
Green as the leaves
And the cure of the nettle sting
Do your homework, It’ll work out right
Deep in the heart
Deep in the heart of this place
Deep in the heart
Deep in the heart of this place
The scent of cedar
I can still see her
You can’t return to the place you never left
Angel, we’ll make it work out tonight
Angel, I wanna be home tonight
Door is closed behind me now
The window is sealed, to shut out the light
Green as the leaves the cure of the nettle sting
Do your work and you’ll work out right
Deep in the heart
Deep in the heart of this place
Deep in the heart
Deep in the heart of this place

What is your favorite U2 song that begins with D?

This blog post is part of my A to Z April Challenge – my 26 favorite U2 songs. Thanks for stopping by. I am also blogging the A to Z Challenge on my other blog DeenasDays.

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4 thoughts on “D is for Deep in the Heart

  1. My fangirl card may have to be revoked, but I confess I didn’t readily remember this one. I pulled it out of my library and yes! I like this one, too! Had you asked me before this post my favorite D song, I probably would have said one of the Dirty Day remixes, but now I’m not so sure… ready for E!

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