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| Last played      = Feb 27 2010 at Esprit Arena, Düsseldorf, Germany
 
| Label        = [[Mute Records]]
 
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| Writer        = Martin L. Gore
 
| Writer        = Martin L. Gore

Revision as of 19:24, 11 February 2020

"One Caress"
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song by Depeche Mode from the album Songs of Faith and Devotion
Recorded 1992
Released March 22, 1993
Format CD, Vinyl, Cassette
Length 03:33
Stems None
Time signature 4/4
Tempo ?
Key Em
Live debut Jun 14 1993 at Westfalenhalle, Dortmund, Germany
Last played Feb 27 2010 at Esprit Arena, Düsseldorf, Germany
Writer Martin L. Gore
Producer Alan Wilder, Steve Lyon, Flood
Label Mute Records

Songs of Faith and Devotion track listing
  1. I Feel You (Single)
  2. Walking In My Shoes (Single)
  3. Condemnation (Single)
  4. Mercy in You
  5. Judas
  6. In Your Room (Single)
  7. Get Right With Me w/ interlude
  8. Rush
  9. One Caress
  10. Higher Love

Information

One Caress is a song by the english band Depeche Mode, published on their album 'Songs of Faith and Devotion'.

Although it is a short song, it has a very unique sound due to the particular string arrangement which gives it a certain implicit drama, in addition to the lyrics. Like other songs from the group, it is a solid declaration of unconditional love and gratitude, because in essence it speaks indirectly about the maturity to which women lead men, metaphorizing it in the dark; while the couple's relationship is visualized as sin, achieving a certain critical air to the 'closed'-attitude of the church, being in this way the most peculiar lyrics about the main concept of this album, religion, because in conclusion its theme is the feminine domain, sin according to the Catholic Church, over man.