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Jack In The Pulpit – Heroes lyrics

Where have all the heroes gone?
When the world is bruised and broken
Kryptonite's overtaken, follow me to Abbadon
The city of tragedy
Where can we find peace.

Save me take me from the place I know
Save me take me to the place I long

You watch me from your window
Watch me so desperate for you.
These nights get longer everyday in the city of tragedy

Save me take me from the place I know
Save me take me to the place one I love

We sleep with one eye open
As a peace of mind

We sleep with one eye open
As a peace of mind

We sleep with one eye open as a peace of mind

Yeah, yeah

Save me take me from the place I long to
Save me take me to the place I long for

Save me take me from the place I know
Know, know

Save me take to the one love



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