Killing for Love
José González Lyrics


What's the point if you hate
Die and kill for love, kill for love
What's the point with a love
Makes you hate and kill for

You've got a heart on fire
Bursting with desire
You've got a heart filled with passion
Will you let it burn for hate or compassion
What's the point if you hate
Die and kill for love, kill for love
What's the point with a love
Makes you hate and kill for

What's the point if you hate
Die and kill for love
What's the point with a love
Makes you hate and kill for

Killing for love
Killing for love
Killing for love
Killing for love

You've got a heart on fire
Bursting with desire
You've got a heart filled with passion
Will you let it burn for hate or compassion

What's the point if you hate
Die and kill for love, kill for love
What's the point with a love
Makes you hate and kill for

Killing for love
Killing for love
Killing for love
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Written by: ERIK BODIN, JOSE GONZALEZ

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Amro

I seriously thought there was more than one guitar player when I first heard.. damn, It's just him! Awesome playing!!!!

teff Ortiz

Same!

StokedLife Brax

just hit his ig or Facebook or google "how to book Jose Gonzales" #youareintherfuture

CagedGod

It's because of the tuning he's playing in, super unique.

Alberto meneses

if you think this arpeggio is awesome listen to andy mckee

Fellipe Pires

At the end of the song, José uses an african cell called Macumba here in Brazil. Simply genius!

p.b.palacios almafuerte

@PAblo Prestes bueno mí hermano, el folklore argentino. tiene también raíces africanas.

PAblo Prestes

Es folklore argentino ! . El es hijo de familia argentina! Saludos

Fellipe Pires

@João Batuca cê deve ser brasileiro, acho que dá pra responder em português, rs. Eu chamei de célula o que eu verdadeiramente gostaria de ter chamado de clave. A célula musical é constituida pela sucessão de dois ou mais valores musicais. A clave se constitui por um ostinato (que é um padrão rítmico repetido sucessivamente sobre um pulso constante). Meu inglês é mediano. Hehe. Ele faz uma clave de macumba no final da música.

Fellipe Pires

I realized I said something that has nothing to do with the question. Well, we call the cell "Macumba" too, because maybe every or 99 percent of the songs that are sang in Candomblé (the actual name of this "Macumba" religion), have this cell as a base.

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