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Massive Attack

Safe From Harm

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“Safe from Harm” is the third single from Blue Lines, the 1991 debut from Massive Attack. The bass, guitar, and drums are sampled from the song “Stratus” by Billy Cobham, from his album Spectrum. Additional drums are sampled from “Good Old Music” by Funkadelic. Other samples come from Herbie Hancock’s Chameleon. The vocals are sung by Shara Nelson. “Safe from Harm” (Perfecto Mix) is featured at the end of the Michael Mann-directed movie The Insider. Read on...

Song lines: ♪ You can free the world you can free my mind ... Just as long as my baby's safe from harm tonight

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More songs by Massive Attack (See Charts): Special Cases, Black Milk, Daydreaming, Any Love, Risingson, Inertia Creeps, Mezzanine, Dissolved Girl, Protection, and Angel.

Popular in Trip-Hop (See Charts): Unfinished Sympathy, Glory Box, God Is A DJ, Sour Times, Protection, Mouth's Cradle, Post Houmous, Mass Destruction, One Step Too Far, and Clubbed To Death.

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