"False Idols" as written by Mike Justian, John Maggard, Paul Mcgrath, Trevor Phipps and Ken Susi....
I never cared to know your name
Roll out the red it's all the same
False idols scream for our love
Compete for stage devote for name
It's all pathetically the same
Convinced of starlight beauty
A must watch all tune in
A celebration heartache
Hail false heroes

Surrender to our envy
No boundaries left untouched
No passion left for memories
No passion for real memories

Here we stand
Lessened are the far and few who sustain,
Protect and nurture

Who stands before us
We lay our lives down for the star
Who stands before us

We speak
We lay our lives down for the star
It's all pathetically the same


Lyrics submitted by jc6md

"False Idols" as written by Paul Mcgrath Trevor Jon Phipps

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentI think this song is basically displaying how many people look up to or "idolize" celebrities, when their focus should be somewhere else.. Everyone has their opinion but I think that the first commandment is a big point in this song.. God is the one to be idolized, and nobody else.

    It's funny how I never really paid attention to the lyrics in Unearth's songs and thought they were about hatred and stuff.. but now I am finding many awesome moral lessons and stuff in them. Maybe even biblical referneces. cool stuff and ROCK ON
    b0nzoon November 30, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti think about "American Idol", crappy idols who become famous through the TV but who aren't thinking people
    ENion July 30, 2006   Link

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