"From the Wreckage Build a House" as written by Dwight Baker and Patricia Lynn....
We were racing down a road littered with crosses

Right down to Jalama beach and even though we missed the sunset
We jumped over barbed wire and cacti
Just to fall into the sea, skinny dipping’ youngin’s, you and I

We’re built to last
We’re built to last
Oh, We’re built to last
We’re built to last

Well now it’s clear you’re the wind and I’m the wave
Oh together we can brave all the things we never knew
So I’m making room on a boat I built for one
We can sail into the sun, till our skin’s as tough as diamonds

We’re built to last
We’re built to last
Oh, We’re built to last
We’re built to last

Oh We’re built to last
We’re built to last

If our ship does sink we will follow it like stones
From the wreckage build a home
From the wreckage build a home

We’re built to last
We’re built to last
Oh, We’re built to last
We’re built to last

Oh We’re built to last
We’re built to last


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"From the Wreckage Build a Home" as written by Dwight A. Baker Patricia Lynn Drew

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., SONGS MUSIC PUBLISHING

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