"Thank You Jack White (For the Fiber-Optic Jesus That You Gave Me)" as written by and Steven/coyne Drozd....
(Let me tell ya a story about a very special gift I received from a, from a man that I didn't know very well. But he brightened up the night and made it one of the great shining moments of our long tour)

(Goes like this:)

Backstage in Detroit
And the room is full of smoke and apprehension
We'd been playing shows
As the warm-up and the band for Beck Hanson
In walks Jack, says "How'd ya do?" (Howdy!)
Then he handed me this wonderful statue

And I said, "Thank you, Jack White,
For the fiber-optic Jesus that you gave me."
It shined so bright
That I couldn't help believin' it would save me
When I finally got it home
My whole neighborhood was aglow
And I said, "Thank you, Jack White,
For the fiber-optic Jesus that you gave me."

(Here comes the pick)
(Oh, yeah)

Jack and Meg are funny
They got a modern backwards liberal family code
Brother and sister
Playing rock 'n' roll and doing it on the road
I bet that van begin to stink
But then I wonder, oh what Christ would think

I said, "Thank you, Jack White,
For the fiber-optic Jesus that you gave me."
It shined so bright
That I couldn't help believin' it would save me
And when I finally got it home
My whole neighborhood was aglow
And I said, "Thank you, Jack White,
For the fiber-optic Jesus that you gave me."

(Nice one)



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"Thank You Jack White (For the Fiber-Optic Jesus That You Gave Me)" as written by Steven Gregory Drozd Wayne Michael Coyne

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