Lone Justice – Shelter

This is my contribution to Song Lyric Sunday for Jim Adams’s blog. This week’s prompt…Clear/Dark/Light

The title track from their 1986 album. The song did not chart. The song was written by lead singer Maria McKee and Steven Van Zandt from Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band.

 

 

Shelter

Well all right you gave it all up for a dream
Fate proved unkind
To lock the door and leave no key
You’re unsure
Well baby I’m scared too
When the world crushes you
Let me be you’re shelter shelter
From the storm outside
Let me be your shelter shelter
From the endless tide
Disillusion has an edge so sharp
It tears at your soul
And leaves a stain upon your heart
I need you to wash mine clean
You’ve felt it too
And you need me
Let me be you’re shelter shelter
From the storm outside
Let me be your shelter shelter
From the endless tide
Your struggle with darkness has left you blind
I’ll light the fire in your eyes
Let me be you’re shelter shelter
From the storm outside
Let me be your shelter shelter
From the endless tide
Your struggle with darkness has left you blind
I’ll light the fire in your eyes
Let me be your shelter shelter shelter shelter shelter
Source: LyricFind
Songwriters: Maria Louisa Mckee / Steven Van Zandt

9 thoughts on “Lone Justice – Shelter

    1. I could not find one thing about the song. I guess because the song did not chart. MTV played the video a lot but it just did not help them. It’s a mystery to me. She had a big hit song for a movie and I can’t remember what it was now?

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