"God Damn Me" as written by and Richard Michael Patrick....
There isn't enough hot water to be in
There isn't enough salt lake to to lie in
There isn't enough sky to fly in
So softly
There isn't enough breath to breathe
Not for me

Oh God damn me
Oh God damn me

There isn't enough snow to see through
Snows too deep
There isn't enough fog to see through
Not through to me
There isn't enough gain to get from
Not from me

Oh God damn me
Oh God damn me

Nothing changes
Nothing we erase
Nothing to change
Nothing but me

Oh God damn me
Oh God damn me

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"God Damn Me" as written by Richard Michael Patrick

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    General CommentAn introspective look at the narrator's self, detailing the problems he seems to love getting himself into ("there isn't enough hot water to be in"), and the limitations he feels in life ("there isn't enough sky to fly in"). He wistfully states "God damn me", which can be interpreted as either an affectionate or unhappy statement about himself, but which is probably a little of both, reflecting the dual nature of most people.

    The ballad "Goddamned Me" is "kind of a backhanded apology, like, 'You're stuck with me — What are you gonna do?'"
    chambermanon October 09, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI like your interpretation. It works for me. Can't believe there aren't more Filter fans out there. This song is awesome.
    Agreenmachineon March 10, 2006   Link
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    General CommentYup. A beautiful sincere statement of one's dissapointment, but acceptance of one's self.

    Like I said, beautiful. Would love to hear more from them.
    Moondog548on July 09, 2006   Link

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