Safe House

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  • Before you knew which house it was
    I knew where you'd come in
    Welcome, I've been waiting
    To think you'd find your victim here will be your fatal sin
    Welcome, I've been waiting
    The lights were out, the car was gone
    The door was left unlocked
    You've already been caught
    The path was laid, the road was fresh
    And every gun was cocked
    You've already been caught

    Welcome to my safe house
    Do you feel safe now?
    Semi-automatic, I don't panic when it goes down
    Welcome to my safe house
    Do you feel safe now?
    AKA your god's away, there's no one you can call now

    Do you feel safe now?
    Do you feel safe now?
    Do you feel safe now?
    Do you feel safe now?

    The kitchen then the hall, there was no other path to take
    You don't know it's too late
    One more room to guide you through then show you your mistake
    You don't know it's too late
    The moment I'm behind you and you know what it's about
    And you're foresaken now
    By the time you think to run, you're starting to bleed out
    You did not let me down

    Welcome to my safe house
    Do you feel safe now?
    Semi-automatic, I don't panic when it goes down
    Welcome to my safe house
    Do you feel safe now?
    AKA your god's away, there's no one you can call now

    Do you feel safe now?
    Do you feel safe now?
    Do you feel safe now?
    Do you feel safe now?

    Welcome to my safe house
    Do you feel safe now?
    Semi-automatic, I don't panic when it goes down
    Welcome to my safe house
    Do you feel safe now?
    AKA your god's away, there's no one you can call now

    Welcome Writer/s: JASON COSTA, OLI HERBERT, PHILLIP STEVEN LABONTE, MICHAEL MARTIN, AARON GREGORY PATRICK, HOWARD M BENSON, SEAN PATRICK BOWE, LENARD REUBEN SKOLNIK
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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