Protège-Moi

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"Protège-Moi"
Single by Placebo
from the album Once More with Feeling
Released 8 April 2004
Recorded Early 2003
Genre Alternative rock
Length 3:17
Label Virgin
Writer(s) Brian Molko, Placebo
Producer(s) Jim Abbiss
Placebo singles chronology
"English Summer Rain"
(2004)
"Protège-Moi"
(2004)
"Twenty Years"
(2004)

"Protège-Moi" is a single by the band Placebo, which was released in France only in 2003. The song is a French language version of "Protect Me from What I Want" from their fourth album, Sleeping with Ghosts. The chorus remains in English, although the French title is sung in the background. The song can also be found as an additional track on the two disc edition of Placebo's fourth album, Sleeping with Ghosts. It was also released in 2004, on Placebo's 'greatest hits' album Once More with Feeling: Singles 1996–2004. It has been translated to French by Virginie Despentes.[1]

Music video[edit]

The original music video for "Protège-Moi", directed by Gaspar Noé, was never officially released as it was too sexually explicit to be shown, featuring uncensored nudity, heavy petting, fellatio, and cunnilingus. The video eventually put out for the song is an extract from the Soulmates Never Die (Live in Paris 2003) DVD.

Track listing[edit]

  1. Protège-Moi - 3:14
  2. This Picture - 3:36

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