(Nice Dream)

Album: The Bends (1995)
  • They love me like I was their brother
    They protect me
    Listen to me
    They dug me my very own garden
    Gave me sunshine
    Made me happy
    Nice dream
    Nice dream
    Nice dream

    I call up my friend the good angel
    But she's out with
    Her answer-phone
    She says she'd love to come help but
    The sea would
    Electrocute us all
    Nice dream
    Nice dream
    Nice dream
    Nice dream

    Nice dream
    Nice dream
    Nice dream, if you think that you're strong enough
    Nice dream, if you think you belong enough
    Nice dream, if you think that you're strong enough
    Nice dream, if you think you belong enough

    Now come home
    Now come home
    Now come home
    Now come home

    Nice dream
    Nice dream
    Nice dream
    Nice dream

Comments: 1

  • Jordan from Toronto, OnThis is a beautiful song. One of my definate favourites.
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