Nobody else here baby No-one else here to blame No-one to point the finger It's just you and me and the rain
Nobody made you do it No one put words in your mouth Nobody here taking orders When love took a train heading south It's the blind leading the blond It's the stuff, it's the stuff of country songs
Hey, if God will send his angels And if God will send a sign And if God will send his angels Would everything be alright?
God's got his phone off the hook, babe Would he even pick up if he could? It's been a while since we saw that child Hangin' round this neighborhood
See his mother dealing in a doorway See Father Christmas with a begging bowl And Jesus' sister's eyes are a blister The High Street never looked so low
It's the blind leading the blond It's the cops collecting for the cons So where is the hope and Where is the faith and the love? What's that you say to me Does love light up your Christmas tree? The next minute you're blowing a fuse And the cartoon network turns into the news
If God will send his angels And if God will send a sign Well if God will send his angels Where do we go? Where do we go?
Jesus never let me down You know Jesus used to show me the score Then they put Jesus in show business Now it's hard to get in the door
It's the stuff, it's the stuff of country songs But I guess it was something to go on Hey, if God will send his angels I sure could use them here right now Well, if God will send his angels And I don't want to lie I don't wanna love I want to feel the song And I don't want to lie And I wanna feel the song
Writer/s: ADAM CLAYTON, DAVE EVANS, LARRY MULLEN, PAUL HEWSON
Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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Smiley from MehFirst! I really like this song. I think the pop album is sort of underrated, I like it better than all that you can't leave behind. It has four great songs: (in my opinion) Discotheque (silly but catchy and good), If God Will Send his Angels (Awesome background instruments and great lyrics and vocals) Staring at the Sun (very similar to stuck in a moment you can't get out of, not as good but still great), and finally Wake Up Dead Man (Great song about feeling hopeless and wanting Jesus to come back)
I think this is the most or one of the most spiritual U2 albums, and I like that. (I'm a Christian) I still like a couple songs from All that you can't leave behind, just a little too corporate rock sounding to me.