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​Don't Put Your Faith in Me

This song is by The Crookes and appears on the album Soapbox (2014).

You tell me you need something to believe in, some worthy cause to set you straight
But if you find you're thinking of the future your faith in me's misplaced.
I've never been somebody to look up to. Lord knows I'm not the one you need.
I'm weak, I'm wasted, fading like old light here.
Don't put your faith in me.
Don't put your faith in me, darling, don't put your faith in me.
Don't put your faith in me, darling, don't put your faith in me.
You know I can be someone to rely on; you can count on me to fuck it up but I can't give you anything you're after.
I'm a magnet for bad luck.
No don't find hidden meanings in my words babe, most things I say, well I don't mean.
If you're looking for a friend well I can be one but don't put your faith in me
And flashing lights from frantic nights I wear like a neon crown.
And in the rush of frenzied lust it seems I'm gonna slowly drown.
But if you put your faith in me I'll only let you down,
I'll only let you down if you put your faith in me,
Darling, don't put your faith in me.
Don't put your faith in me, darling, don't put your faith in me.

Written by:

Russell Bates, Tom Dakin, Daniel Hopewell and George Waite