"Sins Of Omision" as written by Charles Billy, Greg Christian, Luciano Angelo Clemente, Eric Stanley Peterson and Alexander Nathan Skolnick....
The day's vanished in the night, soon the children pray
Pray themselves alone, te hate build from their pride
You can't take away, can't take what they own!
The eyes watching from the sky, guides them throug the haze
Calling far away, the rain is black as black, black as night
Oh let them pray!

False sense of pride, satisfies
There's no reason for suicide
Use your mind, and hope to find
Find the meaning of existence...

The cry's answers wonder why, why it's time to die
Time to die alone, cause I'm wasting too much time
Wandering down the line reason why I go my own!

False sense of pride, satisfies
There's no reason for suicide
Use your mind, and hope to find
Find the meaning of existence...


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"Sins of Omission" as written by Charles Billy Alexander Nathan Skolnick

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    General Commentthis song seems to speak out against suicide. i want to play this song for everyone at my school that thinks heavy metal has bad messages. because this song just goes to show that metal can sometimes have the BEST messages.

    Practice What You Preach is definitely one of the best metal albums ever
    masterofpuppets80on June 03, 2003   Link
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    General CommentYep, masterofpuppets80 is right, its speaking out against suicide and how wrong it is and whatnot. Just 2 things i want to point out. 1. TestAmenT are not heavy metal, they are thrash metal. 2. Damn right, PWYP is one of the greatest thrash albums from one of the greatest (and underated) thrash bands ever.
    MasterCrackeron July 08, 2007   Link
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    General CommentNothing for nothing but if you're going to add the lyrics, spell the damn name of the song right...
    GiveMeHamon November 30, 2013   Link

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