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It was also released as a single in some countries, backed by " Down to the Waterline ," as a follow-up to the band's first single from the album, " Sultans of Swing. Both "Water of Love" and "Down to the Waterline," as well as "Sultans of Swing," were among the five songs included on Dire Straits' demo tape that the band sent to Charlie Gillettwho played the tape on his radio show leading to the band's first recording contract. I felt Necromaniac - Exhumed - Gore Metal - A Necrospective 1998-2015 was going no place.
I could see my future stretching out in front of me long and bleak. Writing in Rolling StoneKen Tucker used the song as an example of Knopfler's penchant for mixing clever lines with prosaic ones.
Several critics have commented that the song's style is reminiscent of J. Cale 's blues approach. In his book My Life in Orangeauthor Tim Guest recalls listening to Dire Straits' version of the song and the line "Water of love, deep in the ground, but there ain't no water here to be found" as a child hiding behind the sofa and wishing that the water of love would come to him some day.
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