"Faith in Something Bigger" as written by and Pete Townshend....
It may be warm but the snow is going to fall,
Enough to cover us all.
We've gotta be strong men and follow a path again.

We've got to have faith in something bigger,
Faith in something bigger,
Faith in something big inside yourself.

It might be cold but the heat of our love will melt,
The snow we never felt.
We're young and hardy again, we bow to weaker men.

We've got to have faith in something bigger,
Faith in something bigger,
Faith in something big inside yourself.

The more we learn, the less we believe to be true.
The more we prove, the more remains to be proved.
We've gotta be strong men and follow a path again.

We've got to have faith in something bigger,
Faith in something bigger,
Faith in something big inside yourself, inside yourself.

Faith in something bigger (x 8)


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"Faith in Something Bigger" as written by Peter Dennis Blandfor Townshend

Lyrics © Spirit Music Group

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    General Commenti'm a mystic. i don't look for big cosmic explanations. "don't need no religion, never did, never will."

    so i don't get caught up in worrying about what the Something Bigger in this song is. but i still know it when i feel it. and i feel it when i hear this song.

    if you listen closely, you can hear the word "can" very quickly inserted in the line "we're young and hearty again, we [can] bow to weaker men." I didn't hear this until after having listened to this song for several decades.

    having gotten a bit older over that time, this little discovery came as a bit of a gift. because to me it is a reminder that we "can" [choose to] bow to weakness... and specifically our own weakness... or we can choose to be "young and hardy again."

    this song helps me choose to be young and hearty. i recommend it.
    dcbaon December 09, 2008   Link

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