"Dozer" as written by and Alan Jay/popoff Popoff....
Timeless sheets of gold
Underneath the sand here lies a friend
Funeral in my heart
Buried in myself you'll live again

I can't tell you what you want to hear
I can't give you what you need to heal
I can't touch you what you need to feel
My faith is scarred
So help me God

I wish I believed
Miracles are real or so they said
Timeless sheets of gold
Buried in the sand my friend I wish

I could give you want you need to heal
I can't tell you what you want to hear
I can't touch you what you need to feel

CHORUS:
I don't know
How I'm dealing with the pain
From what you've been through
All I know
Is I'm a better human being
Just that I've known you

CHORUS

What I know
Is that it kills me when I think of what you went through
All I know
Is I'm a better human being
Just that I've known you
My faith is scarred
God damn you God


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"Dozer" as written by Allen A Shellenberger Alan Jay Popoff

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    General CommentThis is an amazing song, and I think it's about someone close to you losing someone who is close to them. Such as your girlfriend/boyfriend losing a parent. You want to help them through it, but you don't know how.
    mestup825on May 28, 2002   Link
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    General CommentLove this song, its my favourite off the 'Tripping the Light Fantastic' album.

    At the start of the song I think a close friend of the singer has recently died, he wants to be strong so asks god to help him. I can't seem to figure out if the second part of the song is about the same friend or years later another friend has died (in a bad way maybe? 'kills me when I think of what you went through...') and he has completely lost his faith, hence the 'God damn you god' line.

    So I'm still unsure of the true meaning of this song but its good to analyse and work it out!
    eowyn20ukon March 13, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis song seems even more poignant now with the death of Allen Shellenberger. RIP.
    eowyn20ukon September 07, 2009   Link

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