Do You Believe In Shame
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Album Information

Album Name (Year):
Big Thing (1988)
Record Label:
EMI Music
Billboard Chart:
The Billboard 200
Entry Week (Position):
11/05/1988 (109)
Peak Position:
Weeks On Chart:
Songs On This Album: (Click For Lyrics)
1. Big Thing
2. I Don't Want Your Love
3. All She Wants Is
4. Too Late Marlene
5. Drug
6. Do You Believe In Shame
7. Palomino
8. Interlude One (Instrumental)
9. Land
10. Flute Interlude (Instrumental)
11. The Edge Of America
12. Lake Shore Driving (Instrumental)
13. Drug, It's Just A State Of Mind

Album Notes
This album also spent 5 weeks on the British Charts starting 10/29/88, peaking at #15.
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Do you believe in love?
Do you believe in shame?
And if love can conquer all
Then why do we only feel the pain?

I heard you speak my name
Heard you singing The Stones
Maybe heard you laughing in a line of static
On my telephone

So why your eyelids are closed
Inside a case of rust
And did you have to change
All your poets fire into frozen dust

I've tried to justify it to learn from your mistake
But where's the stupid lie that has to make its point
With such a pointless waste

Come out

Do you believe in shame?
Do you believe in love?
And if they taste the same
Would you love again or abandon both?

I don't think I ever can
Believe my friend has gone
Keep saying it's alright I'm going to bring you back
But I know I'm wrong

There's nothing I can say
There's nothing left to do
It's just that lately I feel so damn lonely
When I think of you

And it may seem selfish now
But Iíll hold on to the memory
Until all this fear is washed away
Do you believe in love?
Do you believe in life?
'Cos I believe a little part of you inside of me
Will never die

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Song Information
Song Written By:
Simon Le Bon, Nick Rhodes, John Taylor, Andy Taylor
Track Number:
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Billboard Chart:
The Billboard Hot 100
Entry Week (Position):
03/18/1989 (91)
Peak Position:
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Song Notes
This song also spent 4 weeks on the British Charts starting 04/22/89, peaking at #30.


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