"Safe Heaven" as written by and Andrew Schwab Alexander Albert....
I'm just a stranger here
Despite your everything
I'm not attached to your world of disease
Like father always said and I can only agree

Son they will hate you
Because they always hated me
And even though I feel alone
I know that I could never be

If it's a choice between this veil of ecstasy
And all the lonely suffering
Of seeing this so clearly
If I've said it once I'll say it twice
I'll say it for all eternity

I'll find all the comfort that
I need inside this bleeding
And even though I feel alone
You know that I could never be

Nobody knows
Nobody cares
Nobody sees outside our safe haven
Nobody sees outside our safe haven

Together we are so
So ugly with rejection
But to our, our eyes we
We're the ones shimmering

I've unplugged the wires from your spine
At first you'll be afraid
But we will be so content
And we will live again

And we will live again
(Alone and so content)
And we will live again
(Alone and so content)

Just crawl across this desert heat
And become tragic with me
And now that we are not alone
You know that we could never be

Nobody knows
Nobody cares
Nobody sees outside our safe haven
Nobody sees outside our safe haven

And we will live again
(Alone and so content)
And we will live again
(Alone and so content)



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"Safe Heaven" as written by Andrew Schwab Alexander Albert

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