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The Flood" is a song by British pop group Take That from their sixth studio album, Progress (2010). It was released as the lead single in the United Kingdom on 7 November 2010. The song is the first to feature Robbie Williams since his return to the band in July 2010, and features both Williams and Gary Barlow on lead vocals. The song received acclaim from critics, who praised its anthemic sound and Williams' vocals. It peaked at number 2 on the UK Singles Chart.
Produced by Stuart Price. We will meet you where the lights are The defendants of the faith we are When the thunder turns around they’ll run so hard we’ll tear the ground away. You know no one dies In these love drowned eyes Through our love drowned eyes We’ll watch you sleep tonight. Although no one understood We were holding back the.
Artist: Take That Album: Progress (2010). Home Take That The Flood. Although no one understood there was more of them than us learning how to dance the rain, we were holding back the flood they said we'd never dance again. We will meet you where the lights are, The defenders, of the faith we are.
Take That – The Flood. My InterpretationIn their Progress album there were a couple of apocalyptic songs, but I think this one was the a fallen angel's perspective of the Biblical flood of Noah. The angels are standing on the edge of forever. They started a war they could not win.
The Take That Tribute. Ollie Hughes as Robbie Williams Live Band. STAND OUT mic stands. The Robbie and Olly Show.
Includes the album, 4 new tracks, and the physical album includes the Take That Live 2015 DVD. Show more. The fact that the houses of parliament are featured, I think it's about Britain in 1939 defending democracy against the rise of the far right 2 weeks ago. Is this a song about getting lost at sea?
Take That - The Flood (Letras y canción para escuchar) - You know no one dies, in these love town lies,, Through our love drowned eyes, we'll watch you sleep tonight. We will meet you where the lights are, The defenders of the faith we are. Where the thunder turns around They'll run so hard We'll tear the ground away.