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Protection (Springsteen Bruce)

Night after night I keep holding on You say you love me Then you leave me so lonely Baby I don't believe a single thing you're sayin' I think it's all some evil game you're playin' Still all day long all I do is think about you You got me believin' that I can't live without you Well if you want it, here's my confession Baby I can't help it, you're my obsession Protection, that's what I need I need protection, baby, from your love Protection, that's what I need I need protection, baby, from your love The phone rings in the middle of the night When I pick it up, you won't answer A knock on the door, I rush down the stairs When I open up, there's noone there Out in the darkness I feel your eyes on me. I lay in bed and feel your hands upon me. Well lets get of, just my imagination. You keep me in doubt, believe I can't live without your protection Protection, that's what I need more protection, baby, from your love Protection, that's what I need more protection, baby, from your love We stand alone, at my window And stare out, at the shadows down below I feel your fingers on my face I want to stay, I want to run away Protection, that's what I need I need protection, baby, from your love Protection, that's what I need more protection, baby, from your love I stand alone at my windowI see you waiting in the shadows down below I feel your fingers on my face I know I wanna stay but I wanna run away Protection, that's what I need more protection, baby, from your love Protection, that's what I need more protection, baby, from your love Protection, that's what I need more protection, baby, from your love Protection, that's what I need more protection, baby, from your love Liner notes on "Lost Masters" bootleg CD: Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, The Hit Factory, New York City, August 1, 1983. The full E Street Band completed take of song written for Donna Summer.