"Bridge of Reason Shore of Faith" as written by William Roy Francis, Nicholas Alexander Wiggins, Angel Dejesus Ibarra, Jacob Wambold and Jacob Samuel Davison....
The second before you die
Must be filled with the fear of discontent now,
A flash of life and what
Was worth everything you meant.
We're all righteous we have lost our faith, our faith
We're all righteous and afraid,
We're all righteous we have lost our faith, our faith
We're all righteous and afraid
A fine way to die, a fine way to die,
I have found the answers to my problems now
A fine way to die, a fine way to die,
I have found the answers to my problems now
1- Discover the feeling
2- Nail it down
3- Find out the future
4- Just don't care anymore
Anymore
They will syphon us
Will syphon out our lives again
They will syphon us
Will syphon out our lives again
They will find
They will syphon us
Will syphon out our lives again
We found the bridge of reason
We found the shore of faith
We found it's just beneath our skin
And but it's our own faith
We found the bridge of reason
We found the shore of faith
We found it's just beneath our skin
And but it's our own faith
Faith here we go, here we go, well it's all washed
Here we go, here we go, here we go, well it's all washed up turned grey







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"Bridge of Reason, Shore of Faith" as written by Jacob Wambold Angel Dejesus Ibarra

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    General Commentthis song is about being lied to. we are expected to have faith in a religion that makes no sense, not even to those who follow it. the intro and the part that comes in later is from the movie 'stand by me' its a great song.
    kingbrownieon December 06, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI think kingbrownie is right, this song is about being lied to, it's about how people tell you what to do, you just follow them because you will get problems if you don't, his song also is about drugs, it's about how you can lose yourself in it, 'A fine way to die, a fine way to die,
    I have found the answers to my problems now
    1- Discover the feeling
    2- Nail it down
    3- Find out the future
    4- Just don't care anymore'

    He wants to ends his problems by not caring, he finds out it's wrong, and after that he finds out he can solve his problems by being himself, living his own life, knowing the will try to control him, but not letting it happen again

    They will syphon us
    will syphon out our lives again
    We found the bridge of reason
    we found the shore of faith
    we found it's just beneath our skin
    and but it's our own faith
    LifeFadingAwayon January 03, 2006   Link
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    General CommentDoes anyone know what movie the opening of the song is from?
    xKronkxon March 29, 2006   Link
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    General Commentisn't it that one with river phoenix in it as a kid, stand by me...they find some body on the railway tracks or something...
    septimusphoenixon May 06, 2006   Link
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    General CommentHaha yeah, its from the movie stand by me.
    awesome song altogether..
    Immaginary Angelon November 03, 2007   Link
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    General Commentin the beginning are they saying

    "get the hell off the tracks man, do you wanna get yourself killed?!"

    "just like the beach in Normandy"

    "come on man, come on, no, no.."

    so im guessing the guy gets hit by the train, cause he wants to kill himself, and the kids run away
    still dreamingon April 29, 2008   Link

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