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You saw a time to come,
Where the eyes of the world would see as one,
You saw a time to come,
Where all of our laughter is seen as through the eyes of the
Son.

An' you'll get angry in this town,
Cos' you've seen more than what's been found,
Can't be too needy in this town,
Cos' there's enough of that around.

Safety in lovers,
Freedom from there in,
Safety in lovers,
And somewhere to begin.

You saw a time to come,
Where the eyes of the world will cry as one,
You saw a time to come,
Where all our work's not done as for the good of one.

You'll get angry in this town,
Cos' you've seen more than what's been found,
Can't be too needy in this town,
Cos' there's enough of that around.

Safety in lovers,
Freedom from there in,
Safety in lovers,
And somewhere to begin,
Safety in lovers,
Freedom from there in,
Safety in lovers,
And somewhere to begin.



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