"God Walks Among Us Now: Jesus Song No. 6" as written by and Coyne,wayne/donahue,jon/ivins,michael/roberts,nathan....
How does it feel to be breakin' apart
Breakin' down molecules
How does it feel to out of control
Another ring around this ball
Used to be all right
But things got strange

How does it feel to be fallin' apart
Sinkin' from the bottom down
It's not so easy holdin' it up
With everything fallin' down

Used to be all right
But things got strange
Used to take all night
But things've changed
And God walks among us now

Used to be all right
But things got strange
Used to be uptight
But things've changed
And God walks among us now

How does it feel to be fallin' apart
With everything breakin' down
How does it feel to be fallin' apart
Imagine how holdin' on


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"God Walks Among Us Now - Jesus Song No. 6" as written by Michael Ivins Jon Donahue

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    General Commentthis song is about in the late 80's, supposedly, OKC got all overtly "religious" and ghost-town-like churches sprang up everywhere and Jesus's name was all over the place. Whether these people were genuine or not, who knows; but I heard that this is what Wayne is talking about.
    Whiffeton November 12, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis song kicks ass. Love the dissonant guitar noise and distortion.
    Eatcarpeton January 26, 2007   Link
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    General CommentTo Whiffet:

    If you read the liner notes in the cd version,
    you'll see Wayne talking about his detachment from his religious teaching around 17.
    Ten years later, he started to seek out some spirtuality,
    which is what this whole album, this song in particular is about.

    I think the baby crying in the beginning sets this up to be one of their best.
    Moonman54on July 22, 2009   Link

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