Just come softly to me
I the shelter of my heart
I watch you from my window, working this vicious road
You shudder when the wind blows,
Girl you're looking beat and cold
Don't know your situation, but you look so alone to me
In my imagination this is how the message reads
(Reaching out for you're love, for you're love babe)
Just come softly to me,
(Reaching out.. Calling out for you're love, for you're love babe)
In the shelter of my heart

Trust my intuition you're the one I've got to know
I give without condition wouldn't try to save you're soul
Money or reputation doesn't mean a thing to me
Special communication it's the only thing we need

Reaching out... Calling out
Just come softly to me
Calling out... Hear me now
In the shelter of my heat
(Reaching out.. calling out for yo're love, for you're love babe)
Calling out... Hear me now
Just come softly to me
(Calling out.. Calling out for you're love babe)
Hear me now... do you read me?
In the shelter of my heart.
Here is no hurt to feel
Here is safe for lips unsealed
In the shelter of my heart

Reaching out, for your love, for your love babe
(Just come softly to me)
Reaching out, calling out for your love, for your love babe
(In the shelter of my heart)
Reaching out... Calling out
Just come softly to me
Calling out... Hear me now
In the shelter of my heat
(Reaching out.. calling out for yo're love, for you're love babe)
Calling out... Hear me now
Just come softly to me
(Calling out.. Calling out for you're love babe)
Hear me now... do you read me?
In the shelter of my heart.



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Shelter Lyrics as written by Nick Rhodes John Taylor

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    I love this song. I think this is about making music and reaching out to an audience.

    Canadaon March 29, 2005   Link
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    hahah this song is cheesy as hell and I love it.

    IN THE SHELTER OF MAH HEAAAART

    bubbleteaon October 17, 2007   Link

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