Written by Matthew Wilder and Rebekah Jordan
Performed by Kathy Stock
Arranged by Peter Daniel Newman

He drowns in his dreams and exquisite extreme I know
He’s as damned as he seems more heaven than a heart could hold
And if I try to save him my whole world would cave in
It just ain’t right, it just ain’t right

Oh and I don’t know, I don’t know what he’s after
But he’s a beautiful, such a beautiful disaster
And if I could hold on through the tears and the laughter
Would it be beautiful or just a beautiful disaster?

He’s magic and myth, as strong as what I believe
He’s a tragedy with more damage than a soul should see
But do I try to change him? So hard not to blame him
Hold me tight, hold me tight

Oh and I don’t know, I don’t know what he’s after
But he’s a beautiful, such a beautiful disaster
And if I could hold on through the tears and the laughter
Would it be beautiful or just a beautiful disaster?

He’s soft to the touch but frayed at the end he breaks
He’s never enough and still he’s more than I can take…

Oh and I don’t know, I don’t know what he’s after
But he’s a beautiful, such a beautiful disaster
And if I could hold on through the tears and the laughter
Would it be beautiful or just a beautiful disaster?
Would it be beautiful or just a beautiful disaster?