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Gravity Of Love

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“Gravity of Love” is a 1999 song created by the musical group Enigma. The single was the first of two released from the album The Screen Behind the Mirror. The song features guest vocals by Ruth-Ann Boyle of the British band Olive and has samples from Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana. The beat in the song originally came from Led Zeppelin’s rendition of “When the Levee Breaks”, which was also used in the song “Return to Innocence”. The song also contains Sampling from Carl Orff’s O Fortuna from his cantata Carmina Burana. In the music video for the song, which is set in the 1930s, a masquerade ball is being held in a mansion, while passion starts to run high for some of the participants. The video was filmed on location in the Villa Wagner I (designed by the famous... Read on...

Song lines: ♪ O Fortuna velut Luna ... The path of excess leads to the tower of Wisdom

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Most votes come from Bosnia and Herzegowina, United States, Latvia, and Croatia.


More songs by Enigma (See Charts): Sadness Part 1, Mea Culpa, Return To Innocence, and Sadeness.

Popular in New Age (See Charts): Sadeness, Only Time, Orinoco Flow, Last Time By Moonlight, Return To Innocence, Wild Child, Caribbean Blue, Book Of Days, Boadicea, and Flora'S Secret.


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