"And fools shine on" as written by and Marti/johnson Frederiksen....
Come and see me
Can't you see me
It's so easy
To believe in you
I believed in you

Your intention, my addiction
Fear no evil
You'll be safe in here, I was saved in here

And fools shine on
Where fools shine on

Want tomorrow, no tomorrow
Come together
Only here and now, and I need it now

Walk the narrow, straight and narrow
Look behind me
There's a light out there, in your light I'll stare

And fools shine on
Where fools shine on
And fools shine on

Where your eyes won't open
Fade or divide
Peace, from the darkest hours
Bathe in your light

Yeah-e-yeah

Come and see me
Can't you see me
Come and see me
You'll be saved in here

And fools shine on
Where fools shine on

Yeah

And fools shine on
Where fools shine on


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"And Fools Shine On" as written by M. Frederiksen D. Johnson

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    General Commentheavy, ugly, fucking great song.

    Reminds me of Live's Lakini's Juice.
    T_D_Phoenixon June 05, 2006   Link
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    General CommentDoes anyone know the meaning of this song? I don't want to believe it, but my first thought was that the lyrics are bashing Christianity. It seems that the first verse, for example, might be addressing principles of the religion (i.e. allowing Jesus into your heart, the idea that God is everywhere, and son on). I like the guitar work in thee song, so it would be a shame to me if this is, in fact, the whole idea behind the song.

    My other thought, though, is that the song is addressing followers. The chorus could be referring to people that follow in the footsteps of others only because they want to be judged as "normal," and are afraid to take a path of their own.

    Any ideas?
    kirbstaon February 27, 2007   Link
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    General CommentActually kirbsta I think it is the exact opposite. It is not bashing Christianity, but telling people to come to Christ. The key is knowing 1Corinthians.
    1 Cor 1:27 But God chose the foolish things of the world to shame the wise; God chose the weak things of the world to shame the strong.
    1 Cor 3:18 No one should deceive himself. If anyone among you thinks he is wise in this age, he must become foolish so that he can become wise. For the wisdom of this world is foolishness with God, since it is written: He catches the wise in their craftiness and again, The Lord knows the reasonings of the wise, that they are futile.
    This is my opinion, I could be wrong. I searched Google for more info on the song. All I found for Brother Kane was a snack web site.



    sjw4210on November 27, 2010   Link
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    Song MeaningIn my opinion the song could have multiple meanings to multiple people - (Which is always good for sales!) - For example "Sting" was taken aback when a couple had an opportunity to meet him and told him "Every breath you take" Was "THEIR" song; (thinking it was a love song) Until Sting revealed the lyrics were actually about a "Former ex-lover, becoming a disgruntled and obsessed STALKER!"
    In the Brother Cane video: It appeared to me that they were playing in and around a huge "Tesla Sphere" (You've all seen the small decorative electrical glass spheres)
    Years ago physisist/and engineer known for designing the "alternating-current"(AC) electric system - still used across the world today, Nikola Tesla had been famous for an experiment dealing with electromagnetism,'
    "A global wireless system which could have supplied everyone with free and wireless electricity throughout the world. But needed funding. He finally received funding from a financial group of investors including financial giant J.P. Morgan. In the 1800s Tesla began building a lab with a power plant and a massive transmission tower on a site on Long Island,New York. It Was financially abandoned by many investors who also had large stocks in "Fossil fuel" industries destined to make a LOT more $$$ for many years to come. So he was forced to abandon it,(suddenly daunted with potential doubts, dangers, etc...) and sell it for scrap.
    If there's any doubt to if it would have eventually worked...turn on your radio...try your cell phones etc...
    (Then again...could be about God like everyone else thinks.)
    gunnarmagrathon February 17, 2018   Link

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