"We Are Not Alone" as written by Karla Jayne De Vito, Robby Benson and Steven Robert Goldstein....
Things look clear in black and white
The living color tends to dye our sight
Like dynomite
Just imagine my surprise
When I looked into your eyes and saw
Your disguise

If we dare expose our hearts
Just to feel the purest parts
That's when strange sensations start to grow

We are not alone
Find out when your cover's blown
There'll be somebody there to break your fall
We are not alone
'Cause when you cut down to the bone
We're really not so different after all
After all
We're not alone

Flying high above the sky
The battles down below look simplified
With no place to hide
But on inspection of the dust
I came upon this thing called trust
It helps us to adjust

Just imagine my surprise
When I looked into your eyes
I knew right then I'd never let you go

We are not alone
Find out when your cover's blown
There'll be somebody there to break your fall
We are not alone
'Cause when you cut down to the bone
We're really not so different after all
After all
We're not alone
Not alone
After all
Not alone

If we dare expose our hearts
Just to feel the purest parts
That's when strange sensations start to grow

We are not alone
Find out when your cover's blown
There'll be somebody there to break your fall
We are not alone
'Cause when you cut down to the bone
We're really not so different after all
After all
We're not alone

We are not alone
Find out when your cover's blown
There'll be somebody there to break your fall
We are not alone
'Cause when you cut down to the bone
We're really not so different after all
After all
After all


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"We Are Not Alone" as written by Robby Benson Karla Jayne De Vito

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    General CommentI can't believe this song hasn't been commented on yet! I remember rocking out to it after the first time I watched "The Breakfast Club". I love the dance sequence in that movie.
    maria2123on March 07, 2008   Link
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    General Commentomg why is there only one comment?!

    this song's amazing, so is the breakfast club.

    it's fits really well because the kids in it think they're all different but in actual fact they all have their own problems and share experiences :)
    x
    dancingatdiscos.on June 23, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI think it's about the disguises(faces) people put on, hiding who they really are, and once you get rid of those disguises, how we are all the same after all.

    The living colors dull (hide) what can be clearly seen in black and white. When you cut down to the bone, you find out that everyone is not so different. And when your cover is blown, you find that you are not really alone, there are so many others just like you.
    Kozon November 24, 2013   Link

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