„I come to you defenses down,
With the trust of a child.“

—  Peter Gabriel, Context: Red rain- Putting the pressure on much harder now To return again and again. Just let the red rain splash you, Let the rain fall on your skin. I come to you defenses down, With the trust of a child. Red Rain
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