This is all the time for me.
I cite the following reasons:
The inital verse while driven by guitar, is kinda dragging. Devoid of energy, and while I guess you could argue it's part of the point, it makes the first verse a trudge.
The chorus, while finally getting some energy and liveliness, boils down to the narrator whining about how someone needs to save them.
The second verse is false hope for the listener. Because it gets this build up, this progression of the narrator taking his place as a hero in his own right...
Only for the chorus, which should be grand, glorious, and defiant, to revert to more of the same whining from chorus 1.
Which in turn makes me not care for the succeeding lines after it.