"Saviour of the Real" as written by Bob Marlette, Anthony Franck Iommi and Glenn Hughes....
Let me take you to the western gate
I got a letter, gonna meet your fate
Here comes the rider, on the eye of the sky
He's gonna break you down and let you die

I wanna know before you fade to black
You better listen, 'cause you don't know Jack
I see you wear a silver rosary
Now do you need a little company'

And you're barely alive
And you'll never learn
And you're living outside
Outside yourself

I hear you scream across the universe
Mother nature's little sacred curse
You have been painted with a twisted smile
I see it's gonna have to take a while

And you're barely alive
And you'll never learn
And you're living outside
Outside yourself

You have lived in madness
You have been divided
Won't you let it be
You can't explain just how you feel

Take away the sadness
If you have decided
And I will make you see
Cause I'm the savior of the real

I wanna know before you fade to black
You better listen, 'cause you don't know Jack
I see you wear a silver rosary
Now do you need a little company'

And you're barely alive
And you'll never learn
And you're living outside
Outside yourself

You have lived in madness
You have been divided
Won't you let it be
You can't explain just how you feel

Take away the sadness
If you have decided
And I will make you see
Cause I'm the savior of the real

Savior, savior of the real
I'm the savior
The savior of the real

You have lived in madness
You have been divided
Won't you let it be
You can't explain just how you feel

Take away my sadness
If you have decided
And I will make you see
Cause I'm the savior of the real


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"Saviour of the Real" as written by Anthony Iommi Glenn Hughes

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