"Safe At Home" as written by James Milne Walsh, James Paul Stelfox, Barry Westhead and Benjamin Byrne....
Sit down my wounded friend
You're safe at home again
Or in a strange hotel
Where we can play pretend

But when it rains
My heart it soars
What's yours is mine
What's mine is yours
There's still a cloud
Hangs over my head
Can't block it out
I'm going to bed

Sit down, sit down again
There's nothing left to lose
It's still a golden age
When all I have is you

But when it rains
My heart it soars
What's yours is mine
What's mine is yours
But there's still a cloud
Hangs over my head
Can't block it out
So I'm going to bed


Lyrics submitted by Holyroller

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