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== General information ==
==General Informations==
 
 
''Written by: [[Shaun Morgan]]''
 
''Written by: [[Shaun Morgan]]''
  
Collaboration between [[Seether]] and lead singer [[Amy Lee]]. Amy Lee co-produced the string arrangement with Double G. Broken was written years before [[Shaun Morgan]] met Amy Lee. When Seether was making Disclaimer in 2002, the band wanted Amy Lee to collaborate before the world ever knew about Evanescence. The label balked at the idea until two years later when The Punisher’s soundtrack was compiled.  
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Collaboration between [[Seether]] and lead singer [[Amy Lee]]. Amy Lee co-produced the string arrangement with Double G. Broken was written years before [[Shaun Morgan]] met Amy Lee. When Seether was making ''Disclaimer'' in 2002, the band wanted Amy Lee to collaborate before the world ever knew about Evanescence. The label balked at the idea until two years later when ''The Punisher''{{'}}s soundtrack was compiled.  
 
 
The video for the song is a live performance video filmed in an abandoned area of the Lancaster Desert in California. The video was filmed in mid-March 2004. The director was Nigel Dick, who is also known for directing the MTV Video Music Award winner “Hero.” There used to be a crystal meth lab there, before it blew up twice. They filmed the video on the scene as it was. This is the second single off of The Punisher soundtrack (Drowning Pool’s Step Up was the first) and the first single off of Seether’s remixed Disclaimer II.
 
 
 
Commercial Release: July 20, 2004
 
 
 
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==Versions==
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The video for the song is a live performance video filmed in an abandoned area of the Lancaster Desert in California. The video was filmed in mid-March 2004. The director was Nigel Dick, who is also known for directing the MTV Video Music Award winner "Hero". There used to be a crystal meth lab there, before it blew up twice. They filmed the video on the scene as it was. This is the second single off of ''The Punisher'' soundtrack (Drowning Pool's "Step Up" was the first) and the first single off of Seether's remixed ''Disclaimer II''.
  
'''Broken [Original Version]'''
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== Versions ==
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'''Broken [Original version]'''
 
*''Recording date:'' 2002
 
*''Recording date:'' 2002
 
*''Status:'' Released  
 
*''Status:'' Released  
*''Released on:'' Disclaimer (track #12)
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*''Released on:'' ''Disclaimer'' (track #12)
*''Lenght:'' 4:17
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*''Length:'' 4:17
  
'''Broken [Latest Version]'''
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'''Broken [Latest version]'''
 
*''Recording date:'' 2004
 
*''Recording date:'' 2004
 
*''Status:'' Released  
 
*''Status:'' Released  
 
*''Released on:  
 
*''Released on:  
:[[Broken#Broken Single|Broken Single]] (track #1)
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:"Broken" single (track #1)
:[[The Punisher Soundtrack]] (track #5)
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:''The Punisher'' soundtrack (track #5)
:Disclaimer II (track #20 in the American version, #16 in the European version)
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:''Disclaimer II'' (track #20 in the American version, #16 in the European version)
*''Lenght:'' 4:21
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*''Length:'' 4:21
  
 
== Lyrics ==
 
== Lyrics ==
 
 
I wanted you to know that I love the way you laugh<br>
 
I wanted you to know that I love the way you laugh<br>
 
I wanna hold you high and steal your pain away<br>
 
I wanna hold you high and steal your pain away<br>
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I wanna hold you high and steal your pain<br>
 
I wanna hold you high and steal your pain<br>
 
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<br>
‘Cause I’m broken when I’m lonesome<br>
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'Cause I'm broken when I’m lonesome<br>
And I don’t feel right when you’re gone away<br>
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And I don't feel right when you’re gone away<br>
 
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You’ve gone away<br>
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You've gone away<br>
You don’t feel me here... anymore<br>
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You don't feel me here... anymore<br>
 
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<br>
 
The worst is over now and we can breathe again<br>
 
The worst is over now and we can breathe again<br>
 
I wanna hold you high, you steal my pain away<br>
 
I wanna hold you high, you steal my pain away<br>
There’s so much left to learn, and no one left to fight<br>
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There's so much left to learn, and no one left to fight<br>
 
I wanna hold you high and steal your pain<br>
 
I wanna hold you high and steal your pain<br>
 
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<br>
‘Cause I’m broken when I’m open<br>
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‘Cause I'm broken when I'm open<br>
And I don’t feel like I am strong enough<br>
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And I don't feel like I am strong enough<br>
‘Cause I’m broken when I’m lonesome<br>
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'Cause I'm broken when I'm lonesome<br>
And I don’t feel right when you’re gone away<br>
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And I don't feel right when you're gone away<br>
 
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<br>
‘Cause I’m broken when I’m open<br>
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'Cause I'm broken when I'm open<br>
And I don’t feel like I am strong enough<br>
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And I don't feel like I am strong enough<br>
‘Cause I’m broken when I’m lonesome<br>
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'Cause I'm broken when I'm lonesome<br>
And I don’t feel right when you’re gone away<br>
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And I don't feel right when you're gone away<br>
 
<br>
 
<br>
‘Cause I’m broken when I’m lonesome<br>
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'Cause I'm broken when I'm lonesome<br>
And I don’t feel right when you’re gone away<br>
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And I don't feel right when you're gone away<br>
 
<br>
 
<br>
You’ve gone away<br>
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You've gone away<br>
 
You don’t feel me here... anymore<br>
 
You don’t feel me here... anymore<br>
  
==The Video==
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== Video ==
[[Image:Broken2.jpg|thumb|right|200px|An image from the video]]
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[[Image:Broken2.jpg|thumb|left|200px|An image from the video]]
The song's video was filmed in March, 2004. It consists in an exibition of the band filmed in an abandoned are of the Lamkaster desert, California. The director is Nigel Dick, known for having directed the "Hero" video, winner of the ''MTV Video Music Award''. A laboratory ''crystal meth'''s been used before in flied away for two times; at the end the scenes are the same as they were.
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The song's video was filmed in March, 2004. It consists in an exibition of the band filmed in an abandoned are of the Lamkaster desert, California. The director is Nigel Dick, known for having directed the "Hero" video, winner of the MTV Video Music Award.
  
==Commercial Releases==
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== Commercial release ==
[[Image:Seether ft Amy Lee - Broken.jpg|thumb|190px|left|Broken Single]]
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[[Image:Seether ft Amy Lee - Broken.jpg|thumb|190px|right|"Broken" single]]
===The Punisher Soundtrack===
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=== ''The Punisher'' soundtrack ===
{{See also|The Punisher Soundtrack}}
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The album was released March 23, 2004, by [[Wind-up Records]] and it is the official soundtrack of the film ''The Punisher''.
The album was published March 23, 2004, by [[Wind-Up Records]] and it is the official soundtrack of the film The Punisher.
 
  
===Broken Single===
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=== Broken single ===
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#"Broken" (feat. Amy Lee) - 4:21
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#"69 Tea" - 3:31
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#"Something in the Way" ("Live X" Session at 99X, Atlanta) - 3:09
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#"Out of My Way" - 3:51
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:Some UK versions also include "Got It Made" - 5:10.
  
:1 "Broken" (feat. [[Amy Lee/it|Amy Lee]]) - 4:21
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== References ==
:2 "69 Tea" - 3:31
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:3 "Something in the Way" ("Live X" Session at 99X, Atlanta) - 3:09
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:4 "Out of My Way" - 3:51
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:Some UK versions also include "Got It Made" - 5:10.
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[[Category:Related songs]]
 
[[Category:Related songs]]

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General information

Written by: Shaun Morgan

Collaboration between Seether and lead singer Amy Lee. Amy Lee co-produced the string arrangement with Double G. Broken was written years before Shaun Morgan met Amy Lee. When Seether was making Disclaimer in 2002, the band wanted Amy Lee to collaborate before the world ever knew about Evanescence. The label balked at the idea until two years later when The Punisher's soundtrack was compiled.

The video for the song is a live performance video filmed in an abandoned area of the Lancaster Desert in California. The video was filmed in mid-March 2004. The director was Nigel Dick, who is also known for directing the MTV Video Music Award winner "Hero". There used to be a crystal meth lab there, before it blew up twice. They filmed the video on the scene as it was. This is the second single off of The Punisher soundtrack (Drowning Pool's "Step Up" was the first) and the first single off of Seether's remixed Disclaimer II.

Versions

Broken [Original version]

  • Recording date: 2002
  • Status: Released
  • Released on: Disclaimer (track #12)
  • Length: 4:17

Broken [Latest version]

  • Recording date: 2004
  • Status: Released
  • Released on:
"Broken" single (track #1)
The Punisher soundtrack (track #5)
Disclaimer II (track #20 in the American version, #16 in the European version)
  • Length: 4:21

Lyrics

I wanted you to know that I love the way you laugh
I wanna hold you high and steal your pain away
I keep your photograph; I know it serves me well
I wanna hold you high and steal your pain

'Cause I'm broken when I’m lonesome
And I don't feel right when you’re gone away

You've gone away
You don't feel me here... anymore

The worst is over now and we can breathe again
I wanna hold you high, you steal my pain away
There's so much left to learn, and no one left to fight
I wanna hold you high and steal your pain

‘Cause I'm broken when I'm open
And I don't feel like I am strong enough
'Cause I'm broken when I'm lonesome
And I don't feel right when you're gone away

'Cause I'm broken when I'm open
And I don't feel like I am strong enough
'Cause I'm broken when I'm lonesome
And I don't feel right when you're gone away

'Cause I'm broken when I'm lonesome
And I don't feel right when you're gone away

You've gone away
You don’t feel me here... anymore

Video

An image from the video

The song's video was filmed in March, 2004. It consists in an exibition of the band filmed in an abandoned are of the Lamkaster desert, California. The director is Nigel Dick, known for having directed the "Hero" video, winner of the MTV Video Music Award.

Commercial release

"Broken" single

The Punisher soundtrack

The album was released March 23, 2004, by Wind-up Records and it is the official soundtrack of the film The Punisher.

Broken single

  1. "Broken" (feat. Amy Lee) - 4:21
  2. "69 Tea" - 3:31
  3. "Something in the Way" ("Live X" Session at 99X, Atlanta) - 3:09
  4. "Out of My Way" - 3:51
Some UK versions also include "Got It Made" - 5:10.

References