Doubts Even Here is the seventh track of the album Movement, by New Order. "Doubts Even Here" is notable for being one of the few that Gillian Gilbert speaks in, as well as Peter Hook instead of Bernard Sumner.
The parts that are bracketed are spoken by Gillian Gilbert.
Those steps which seem to take a lifetime When eyes just turn and stare The day begins, collapsing without warning You fade from sight, there's nothing there No hope allowed, calls are answered daily Questions are on your side Deeply moved, beyond all consolation You felt the pulse, now hear the cry In my mind, thoughts are becoming clearer I'm watching every move you make Counting time spent in observation A single blow a false mistake Then you revealed to me All that I need to know now (The close went down to times too, too much behind us) Then please don't turn away, Why can't I talk to you now? (The number of forgotten years Where my honor isn't deepest Grows the deepest feeling and it Grieved for safety and despair) There's nowhere left to go Where is this taking her and how? (The tortuous threats forevermore Over our natural favor And us and he's and I'll fall Far in it, and it sees enough In our failures and it's not time.) There's nothing more I want To know beyond your trust now (I missed his promised time again For my friend) Don't throw our joy away Why must you just you leave now? (Has God forgotten to approach us? Has He remembered to not despise us?) Memories are all that's left I need you near to me now (There, now, now, don't come to mind my deeds And call out in defiance of times gone by)