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Believe Me
Lyrics: John Popper
Music: Chan Kinchla

I can feel your pity
I can feel your pain
And they're never going to bother you again

Well I don't know how
And I ain't sure why
But I promise you I'm really gonna try
Believe me

I hate tribulation
Don't want no trial

I can conquer with my state of denial

And I want to save you
So I guess I can
When I grow up I'll be a faith healing man
Believe me

When all is said and done
We've already won
When all is said and done
We've already won

You feel like you're part of the plan
When you want to be a faith healing man
Believe me

When all is said and done
We've already won
When all is said and done
We've already won

1993 Blues Traveler Pub. Corp.

First release: Save His Soul
Released: 04/06/1993
Earliest time played: 12/26/1992
Last time played: 10/07/2013
Playing frequency:
  202 plays (see all shows)
  10.87% of shows in the database
  13.15% of shows since debut
  Detailed statistics
Song information:
  This song appears to be about faith healers and the power of words.

Other recordings of "Believe Me":
  Blues for the Mitten State, 1993


I hate tribulation/Don't want no trial
"Trials and tribulation" is a phrase frequently used to describe difficulties one encounters in life, but the words commonly appear in the Bible as well with a much stronger message: the time of Tribulation comes after the coming of the Antichrist and before the rapture that takes place before the end of the world.