Fade Into You

Album: So Tonight That I Might See (1993)
Charted: 48 44
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  • I wanna hold the hand inside you
    I wanna take the breath that's true
    I look to you and I see nothing
    I look to you to see the truth

    You live your life, you go in shadow
    You'll come upon and you'll go black
    Some kind of night into your darkness
    Close your eyes with what's not there

    Fade into you
    Strange you never knew
    Fade into you
    I think it's strange you never knew

    The strange light comes on slowly
    A stranger's heart is out of home
    You put your hands into your head
    And your smiles cover your heart

    Fade into you
    Strange you never knew
    Fade into you
    I think it's strange you never knew

    Fade into you
    Strange you never knew
    Fade into you
    I think it's strange you never knew
    I think it's strange you never knew Writer/s: David Roback, Hope Sandoval
    Publisher: Wixen Music Publishing
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