Depeche Mode - Just Can't Get Enough (Official Video)

Depeche Mode - "Just Can't Get Enough" (Official Video) directed by Clive Richardson
Original song from the 'Speak & Spell' album (Sire/Mute - 1981)
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Credits
Performed By: Depeche Mode
Written By: Vince Clarke
Produced By: Depeche Mode, Daniel Miller
Video Director: Clive Richardson

Lyrics

When I'm with you baby
I go out of my head
And I just can't get enough
And I just can't get enough
All the things you do to me
And everything you said
I just can't get enough
I just can't get enough

We slip and slide as we fall in love
And I just can't seem to get enough of

We walk together
We're walking down the street
And I just can't get enough
And I just can't get enough
Every time I think of you
I know we have to meet
And I just can't get enough
I just can't get enough

It's getting hotter
It's a burning love
And I just can't seem to get enough of

And when it rains
You're shining down for me
And I just can't get enough
And I just can't get enough
Just like a rainbow
You know you set me free
And I just can't get enough
And I just can't get enough

You're like an angel
And you give me your love
And I just can't seem to get enough of

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