Here I sit
If I didn't need nobody, I'd thank God for it
There'd be nothing there to stop me getting on with it
It'd be me and my brain
And my pain
And my shame

I guess I do
This carpark's only got one space and it's for you
Alone can show an ugly face, so pull me through
To where I won't need a light
To see at night
'Cause I'll be alright

You're sure as Hell not Jesus, but you're savin' me
Thank you very much for putting faith in me
Reminding me a light was once so great to be
I'm glad I made a friend that doesn't pray for me

Here I wait
For something bad and saddening to draw my way
I'll fight to give it everything and lose I may
But I still got you somewhere
It's just upstairs
Maybe I care

Guess I am
No big and strong Goliath, I'm a wandering man
And sometimes I get tired and I'm glad a hand
Comes and slaps me and then
It goes again
I guess you're my friend

You're sure as Hell not Jesus, but you're savin' me
Thank you very much for putting faith in me
Reminding me a light was once so great to be
I'm glad I made a friend that doesn't pray for me

So thanks my little angel, (thank you too!)
For watching over me
She says she's gonna break my nose
If I don't behave next week

You're sure as Hell not Jesus,
But you're saving me, saving me,
saving me, saving me, saving me,
saving me, saving me, saving me
I'm glad I made a friend that doesn't pray for me


Lyrics submitted by Nels

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