Fall into my hands and sleep forever in these ashes of sorrow.
Your chains hold me down.
Your words keep me bound.
Death cries out from these ashes.
Fall into my hands and sleep forever.
Forever is so long to have to wait.
Who will save your soul?
You must pull your own way out of hell.
It's all you have to live for.
Christ, he will save your soul.
Life has passed you by.
It's your time.
Turn your eyes to the sky.
Breaking glass eyes to free your mind.
It's cried for so long.
It's crying for something.
A broken heart will free your mind.
Empty sight will bring you life.
Bring you life.
My life falls to the ground only to shatter and be put back together again.
Renewal of my heart.
A new beginning.
Born of the son.
Born of one.
Life has begun.
As beginning goes to end, against evil I win.
Christ has brought me from death, saved my soul.
Christ has saved me from the pits of hell.
Giving life once more.
This time it's in your hands.
I will follow you forever.
Now I'm taking my family.
I'm a warrior of life.
I hope my words get under your skin.

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Walk in the Woods song meanings
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    General CommentFirst words until "Who will..." Means that someone, a man, can hear death calling to him, and he wants somone to save him. "You must..." until "It's all..." means that he still hasn't found anybody, and ponders attempting to save himself. Then another person shows him Jesus, and proceeds to explain how Christ has saved him, and calls on the main character to decide whether or not to call on Christ. The man does, then becomes more confident and is able to shut up death's call, and turns his life around to glorify God. Then he praises Jesus for what he's done for him, and he has also succeeded in opening his entire family's eyes (my favorite lyric), proclaiming himself to be a warrior against death and hell. The last line means that this author's story is supposed to speak to the reader/listener.
    Bambamjr2006on December 05, 2007   Link

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