"Come To Me" as written by and Bjork Gudmundsdottir....
Come to me, I'll take care of you
Protect you, calm, calm down
You're exhausted, come lay down
You don't have to explain, I understand

You know that I adore you
You know that I love you
So don't make me say it
It would burst the bubble
Break the charm

Jump off, your building's on fire
And I'll catch you, I'll catch you
Destroy all that is keeping you down
And then I'll nurse you, I'll nurse you

I'll protect you

You know that I adore you
You know that I love you
So don't make me say it
It would burst the bubble
Break the charm


Lyrics submitted by NicoleInWonderland, edited by Gnella

"Come to Me" as written by Bjork Gudmundsdottir

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    General Comment⋆:::: ➳ ➳ ⋆♡☮♫
    i need the love & compassion in this song so much when i read the words....
    it is just so beautiful.. so full of love.. & kindness....
    björk is on a different plane of existence in some ways.. as she brings something so extraordinary with every piece of work she does.. but some songs.. like this.. make my life feel better in a way i cannot even explain..
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    music is a conduit to whatever heaven awaits....
    even right here & now ::
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    the link above is to her singing 'come to me' in 1993.. with a beautiful vibe of love.. calm.. & goodness.. hope you enjoy ----!
    :: love & peace ::
    lichkaon June 29, 2015   Link
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    General CommentProbably one of the most beautiful songs Bjork has ever written! but then, aren't they all!!!
    halotenv2on May 17, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI like the song's melody and stuff...somehow catchy and calm; and of course Bjork's way of singing....she's got a extraordinary way, just great.
    AgathaKavkaon September 07, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthis is by far, my favorite Bjork song. They lyrics just remind me of new love and how intense it can be. She feels so overwhelmed but doesn't want to scare her new love :)
    thirdbirdon May 12, 2003   Link
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    General CommentSong is about a guy she use to date who she still has feelings for , they broke up, they are thinking about getting back together BUT they broke up in bad terms before.(Come lie down , you dont have to explain, i understand)She loves him but she can show it but she doesnt want to tell him, if she does it will ruin the xitment .( study the lyrics in this context)
    paperguy718on December 21, 2004   Link
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    General Commentits my favorite bjork song, its also one of the most relaxing songs i've ever heard
    -Wedge-on March 19, 2005   Link
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    General CommentIt make me feel good. It is a great lovesong, maybe about new love but i think paperbuy718 are right, it is about an lover from the past, who she still loves.
    DK_CPH_Kimon May 16, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIt's very intimate, and emotional. One of her bestest.
    Stroaterson August 27, 2006   Link
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    General Commentgives me a false sense of security. it inspired my painting of my adoring lover looking into my eyes, not noticing that i had the body of a scorpion as i cradled and comforted him
    scarlet_tsunamion July 04, 2007   Link
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    General CommentAbsolutely splendid. I have many times experienced a situation when saying what you truly feel to the other person can 'burst the bubble'. You are a perfect resort, a soulmate. So you expect and have a full right to expect that this person feels the same about you - you want something more than a friendship. And you reveal your feelings - that's the moment when the bubble bursts, the charm is broken. No reciprocation. But you don't want to lose this dear one...
    'Come to me' is also muchly on unconditional relations between people - the most precious and hardest to find ones.
    aadrianon December 05, 2008   Link

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