Who Sang Essence? Cocteau Twins

Cocteau Twins Four-Calendar Café cover art

Some other versions of "Essence"
Credits
publisher: ©Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: Elizabeth Fraser, Robin A. Guthrie, Simon Philip Raymonde
release date: 1993-11-2
genres: Electronic Rock Pop
styles: Alternative Rock/Downtempo/Ethereal
length: 3:03
I don't have to be specific when I wanna hug you
You had a natural right to be born to become
Yes having my small niece(heaven must at least) becomes (so) acceptable to me
I'd feel angry had I lost you and can't imagine where you might be
Where do baby leaves go when they die
Oh, why I do not mourn
God is a feeling of loving yourself
You're precious to me, you know that
Stretch in your arms
Wrap 'em 'round tight
Loving myself
With all my might
Where do baby leaves go when they die
Oh, why I do not mourn
God is a feeling of loving yourself
You're precious to me, you know that
Take a look inside you'll see
See how I'm doing
A message, something says to me
Tells me I'm right
So you want a potion to send me away
Daddy, my love, cannot get in today



Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 Know Who You Are at Every Age
  • 2 Evangeline
  • 3 Bluebeard
  • 4 Theft, and Wandering Around Lost
  • 5 Oil of Angels
  • 6 Squeeze-Wax
  • 7 My Truth
  • 8 Essence
  • 9 Summerhead
  • 10 Pur

  • Album Information
    label: Capitol Records
    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    barcode: 077779937523
    script: Latin