A love song in the middle of all this dense and, for the first two thirds, dark piece of writing is almost a welcome break. But it isn’t an ordinary love song. This is a love song where love is the resource that sees the protagonist through this depression. It is a bluesy kind of love song laced once again with the guitar of Tom Morello who plays a blinder. There is a Darkness On The Edge Of Town kind of intensity of mood. This is a blues song where love is not lost but is actually the salvation of the singer. The blues comes from the context the love is living in; a vibrant love that can see them through. Like on the rest of the record, faith is never far away. Prayers don’t seem to be being heard but, “I’ve had my faith shaken/But never hopeless,” being hung on to.