"Lion/Lamb" as written by Al Sparhawk, Mimi J. Parker and Zachary Micheletti....
Don't go without, we'd surely die
To go without is suicide
Are you a lion or a lamb?
Are you as guilty as I am?


Are you a lion or a lamb?

Are you as guilty as I am?


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"Lion/Lamb" as written by Mimi J. Parker Al Sparhawk

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    General Comment"Are you as guilty as I am?"

    Is this about morality? Spirituality? There is the verse in the old testament about the lion laying down with the lamb, portraying the idea of peace.

    Very enigmatic all in all.
    atamataon March 18, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIn some Mormon theological assessments, God makes people who they are (not quite predestiny) and their duty is to enact that "self" to His end. The idea behind this song is rooted in that concept and in that regard is very similar to Murderer. The speaker of the song says, "I'm a lion, I eat the lamb, I'm guilty and I accept that because that's as God crafted me." He then asks the listener to accept the same.
    robwyattfanon December 15, 2009   Link

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