In Our Cathedral
by Eels

Album: The Deconstruction (2018)
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  • We are safe
    We are free
    Always were and will be

    Your heart's been battered
    Your spirits broken
    But there's a place where your heart can still be open
    In our cathedral

    Was a time, you forget
    You were losing every bet
    Your hope was shattered
    Your trust betrayed
    But you found a place where you don't need to be afraid
    In our cathedral

    And I hurt, but I'll heal
    They can't tell us how to feel
    The doors is locked now
    All pain and fear is on the other side
    Nothing can hurt us here
    In our cathedral

    We are safe
    We are free
    Always were and will be

    Your dreams are broken
    Your innocence lost
    But there's a line
    That can't be crossed
    In our cathedral Writer/s: Mark O. Everett
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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