In This place for the rebels and outlaws,
away from the fortunate few.
We are the blood of the human.
Starving for moments with you, for moments with you.

House of Zion.
Where did those walls go?
They've crumbled around me and lay burning down at my feet.
Your children are weeping.
Show your mercy.
They've lost themselves among the deep.

In This place for the rebels and outlaws,
stones quickly shift in our hands.
We shed the blood of the human,
and bury our hearts in the sand,
our hearts in the sand.

House of Zion.
Where did those walls go.
They've crumbled around me and lay burning down at my feet.
Your children are weeping.
Show your mercy.
They've lost themselves among the deep.

House of Zion.
Where did those walls go.
This fire We started made wreckage of all that We know.



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    General CommentThis is my favorite song on the album! How has no one said anything about it? So awesome, and so true too. Christians have become more concerned with keeping up the church walls than reaching out to other people.
    bbq amazingon March 29, 2005   Link
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    General CommentMan, for some reason, the first paragraph in this song, reminds me of Missionaries accross the globe. They left their comfort zones to follow on the Call fo Duty to fight God's war against the evil that lies in earth. Well, everyone with their own interpretation, right? "...In this place for the rebels and outlaws, stones quickly shift in our hands. We shed the blood of the human.." Instead of overcoming bad with good, we result in committing a death deal with the unsave rather than offering Hope - God's Son.
    wudpeckeron September 27, 2007   Link

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