I can't help it, there's not much poetry at Spotify that I know (and if you know some I'm going to be glad if you share it), but Mario Benedetti is one of the greatest writers and poets of our time and love this album because it's marvelous to listen his work in his own voice...don't you think?
A naked woman in the dark has a clarity that shines on us so if a grief, a blackout or a moonless night happen it is convenient and even essential have about a naked woman
a naked woman in the dark generates a glow that gives confidence then the almanac spends Sunday the cobwebs vibrate in his corner and the happy and feline eyes look and never get tired of looking
a naked woman in the dark it is a vocation for hands for the lips is almost a destination and for the heart is a waste a naked woman is a riddle and it's always a party to decode it
a naked woman in the dark generates her own light and turn us on the ceiling becomes a sky and it is a glory not to be innocent a beloved or glimpsed woman thwarts death for once.
While I was reading the lyrics from You Want it Darker the you quote I’ve got goose pimples, I remember the first time listen to this album, it was still fresh the David Bowie death and his final album and immediately I think that this could be a way of saying goodbye to us in a very similar way Bowies did, the whole album speaks volumes but this song its crystal clear for me in that particular moment