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​No Room

This song is by Todd Agnew and appears on the album Do You See What I See? (2006).

There's no room... no room in the inn,
If you were someone important we might try to fit you in, but there's no room in here for you.

There's no room... no room to lay your head,
If you were wealthy we might find you a bed, but there's no room in here for you.

'Cause I'm cold, and tired of working my whole life away,
Every hand, needing one thing more, comes knocking at my door,
I got a hundred people calling out my name today, and you come to my door,
And I can't care no more, unless you can save me.

There's no room for you and your little lady, (you and your little lady)
There's a manger in the stable; should be just fine for your little baby,
There's no room in here, no.

'Cause I'm cold, and tired of working my whole life away,
Every hand, needing one thing more, comes knocking at my door,
I got a hundred people calling out my name today, and I can't care no more,
And you come, asking for something for nothing,
What can you give me? Can you save me?

'Cause I'm cold, and tired of working my whole life away,
Every hand, needing one thing more, comes knocking at my door,
I got a hundred people screaming out my name, and I can't care no more,
You come, needing more when I got nothing,
What can you give me? Can you save me?

Oh, please, little baby, can you save me?
Little baby,
Whoa,
Baby, oh, baby, oh, baby.

Can you save me?