"Rescue Day" as written by Bruce Dickinson and Alex John Dickson....
You don’t know your jailer
Like you, he’s never been free
He looks just like you, doesn’t he?
He’s got no sense of his own reward

Who needs freedom anyway
When you’ve got your golden cage?
What I call isolation
You might call a passion play, yeah

How long have you been here?
You really can’t say
How long will you stay?
Who cares anyway?

It’s a rescue day
It’s a rescue day
It’s a rescue day
Hey, hey, hey, hey

What’s the use in fighting
Battles that you can’t lose?
You’re here by an invitation
Another’s mad refuse

Escape is a temptation
But it’s much too tough to choose
That’s why I’m standing out here
That’s why I’m waiting out here

How long have you been here?
You really can’t say
How long will you stay?
Who cares anyway?

It’s a rescue day
It’s a rescue day
It’s a rescue day
Hey, hey, hey, hey

It’s a rescue day
Another rescue day
It’s a rescue day
Hey, hey, hey, hey

You build walls to keep me out
Or maybe to keep you in
Which ever jail you choose right now
Your house is not your friend, yeah

How long have you been here?
You really can’t say
How long will you stay?
Who cares anyway?

It’s a rescue day
It’s a rescue day
It’s a rescue day
Hey, hey, hey, hey

It’s a rescue day
Another rescue day
It’s a rescue day
Hey, hey, hey, hey

Rescue day
Rescue day




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"Rescue Day" as written by Bruce Dickinson Alex John Dickson

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