Kingdom of Comfort

Album: Kingdom of Comfort (2008)
  • Save me, save me
    From the kingdom of comfort where I am king
    From my unhealthy lust of material things

    I built myself a happy home
    In my palace on my own
    My castle falling in the sand
    Pull me out, grab my hand
    I just forgot where I came from

    Save me, save me
    From the kingdom of comfort where I am king
    From my unhealthy lust of material things

    I rob myself of innocence
    With the poison of indifference
    I buy my stuff at any cost
    A couple of clicks and I pay the price
    'Cause what I gain is someone else's loss

    Save me, save me
    From the kingdom of comfort where I am king
    From my unhealthy lust of material things

    Save me, save me
    From the kingdom of comfort where I am king
    To this kingdom of heaven where You are king
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