Aaron(AarionLee) Morris

Rookie (12/31/1961 / Gallipolis Ohio)

Hiding In Your Nightmare


(female)
can you see me
hiding in my dreams
can you save me
save me from my screams
will you help me
I want to be free
will you hold me
in your arms

(male)
yes I can see you
hiding in your nightmare
yes I can save you
you know I'll be there
yes, I can help you
help you to be free
yes I will hold you
come to me

save me, (female)
(reach out to me) (male talk)
save me, (female)
(reach out to me) (male talk)

(female)
you saved my life
from this tyrany
how can I thank you
for setting us free

(male)
yes I can see you
hiding in your nightmare
(save me) (female)
yes I can save you
you know I'll be there
(help me) (female)
yes, I can help you
help you to be free
(hold me) (female)
yes I will hold you
come to me

yes I can see you
hiding in your nightmare
(save me) (female)
yes I can save you
you know I'll be there
(help me) (female)
yes, I can help you
help you to be free
(hold me) (female)
yes I will hold you
come to me
(reach out to me) (male talk)
(save me) (female)
(reach out to me) (male talk)
(reach out to me) (male talk)

Submitted: Thursday, April 15, 2004

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