"Safe from Harm" is the third single and opening track from Blue Lines, the debut from Massive Attack, with vocals by Shara Nelson and Robert Del Naja. The third single from Massive Attack's debut album, “Safe from Harm” was one of the first songs recorded in the initial sessions for the record. Safe From Harm uses a sample from the song “Gold Ole Music” by the famous funk band Funkadelic. It appears primarily on their self-titled release “. Massive Attack "Safe From Harm": Midnight ronkers City slickers Gunmen and maniacs All will feature on the freakshow And I can't do n. Massive Attack: Safe from Harm: Directed by Baillie Walsh. With Robert Del Naja, Shara Nelson. Текст песни Massive Attack - Safe From Harm (7 Version). [Shara Nelson] Midnight ronkers. City slickers. Gunmen and maniacs. Safe From Harm by Massive Attack - discover this song's samples, covers and remixes on WhoSampled. 14 Comments General CommentThis is a very sexy song. General Commenti think it is about her wishing to protect her love and also her ability to love in the. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Massive Attack - Safe From Harm at Discogs. Complete your Massive Attack collection. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of "Safe From Harm (Remix)" on Discogs.