"Signs" as written by Mark Tremonti and Scott Stapp....
This is not about age
Time served on the earth
Doesn't mean you grow in mind
This is not about god
Spiritual insinuations seem
To shock our nation

Come with me I'm fading
Underneath the lights
Come with me
Come with me
Come with me now

This is not about race
It's a decision to stop the
Division in your life
This is not about sex
We all know sex sells and
The whole world is buying

Come with me I'm fading
Underneath the lights
Come with me
Come with me
Come with me now

Can't you see the signs?
See the signs now

Can't you see them?
See the signs
You see them
All the signs we see them
Can't you see them?


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"Signs" as written by Scott Stapp Mark Tremonti

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    General Commentto me this song is telling about all of the evils in life and about what we should put past us. Discrimination of race, age, and religion. We should not judge people by personal beliefs or upon their past, no matter how rough. Perhaps this is told from an ominous point of view and Stapp is calling for help from the rest of man kind.

    "It's a decision to stop the division in your life"

    Stapp is calling to end discrimination of all kinds. Great song from a philosophical stand point
    nsickleron July 01, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThe guitar is awesome !
    I love the heavy guitar in this song !

    This is not about race.....

    -headbang !!!-
    Newsoulon July 07, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General Commenthmmmmm...I don't think it means that ne of these things r actually bad. Mr Stapp here is trying to say that the abuse of these things causes problems.
    profsketton June 06, 2003   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThis song seems to be about the touchier subjects in society.The first thing brought up, age, is simply talking about age discrimination. The second, about God, just points out that people are very touchy when it comes to religion. Everyone little thing turns into, "They're trying to convert me!"

    And let's face it people- racial discimination in society is a problem. Sex, talk of sex, etc is frowned upon, and is too big of a deal in today's society- ex without love, that is. The rest is sorta self-explanitory.
    BrittleWingson October 08, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentWell, we know what this songs not about, age, race, sex, or god. This song basically trys to point out the bad points in other songs.
    bassist4life2001on April 05, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis song picks out attributes of other creed songs that people have had problems with. It is very cynical but it recovers itself just like many other creed songs.
    myownprison333on April 28, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Commenthey i love this song and it is adout age god race and sex all the bad things that happen and people get juged for what really sucks there tryen to tell us that there people just like us once you get pased the age religon race and sex of the person they feel and hurt just like the reast of us
    Kageon August 15, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIt seems like they threw a little humor into the song where you hear Scott yell "sex!" after he says "this is not about sex."
    Good song on the weakest of Creed's albums.
    creedudeon February 03, 2005   Link
  • 0
    My OpinionTo my Opinion the lines "This is not about God
    Spiritual insinuatons seem to shock our nation" is to me the band bascailly telling those who always thought CREED to be a Christian band that this song, nor any other of their songs really focus on the christain faith.

    An awesome song all in all, really powerful message it holds.

    I hope anyone dosnt argue about my Opinon on the line either
    SamtheAngelFoxon December 21, 2010   Link

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