Making your way to the front of a crowded room.
Pointing towards life, making mine clean, and sing sing, sweet chariot.
Perfection, done right.
¿Puedes decirme si este mundo esta cambiando?
¿Esta es la realidad que tu quieres que yo viva?
Jesus yo quiero que este mundo te conozca.
Regocíjate, favorécete con este humilde sirviente.
Hey waitress, make your peace.


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Yellow Dress: Locked Knees song meanings
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    General CommentTranslation (or, what I got at least):
    Can you tell me if this world is changing?
    This is the reality that you want me to live in?
    Jesus, I want this world to know you
    Delight yourself, favor yourself with this humble servant...

    (rearranged a few words so it's easier to make sense of)
    epyon346on March 20, 2006   Link
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    General CommentTranslation (or, what I got at least):
    Can you tell me if this world is changing?
    This is the reality that you want me to live in?
    Jesus, I want this world to know you
    Delight yourself, favor yourself with this humble servant...

    (rearranged a few words so it's easier to make sense of)
    epyon346on March 20, 2006   Link
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    General Commentit's actually "Swing wide, sweet chariot"

    One of my favs from this album, I love the alternating parts... and waitress hey waitress hey waitress hey waitress MAKE YOUR PEACE. so awesome.
    demioson April 12, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti think the first part of the spanish is
    to tell you the truth the world is changing
    and then the rest is correct
    aaron_grmaon August 01, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIt was originally called... It Is Usually The Boys Who Cry Wolf That Grow Up To Be The Men Who Cry Sanctuary
    TheHumanFace_Divineon July 07, 2011   Link

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