"Shut Me Out" as written by Lou Koller, Pete Koller and Armand Majidi....
Tell me something I don't already know
I know that you can't stand these things I'm preaching in the streets
But how can I contain the truth I hold inside
With all the hurting people that I see

So I don't mind putting up with you
And all the things you say
I'm not about to stop
Or even change my ways

There's nothing you can say
That will take me away from this life
There's nothing you can do
To shut me up when I'm speaking the truth

You may not like all I have to say
But you can't prove that everything is filled with empty words
I know my life and inside how I've changed
A testimony to the truth I speak

So I don't mind putting up with you
And all the things you say
I'm not about to stop
Or even change my ways

There's nothing you can say
That will take me away from this life
There's nothing you can do
To shut me off, to shut me out when I'm speaking the truth

There's nothing you can say
That will take me away from this life
There's nothing you can do
To shut me up when I'm speaking the truth

There's nothing you can say
That will take me away from this life
There's nothing you can do
To shut me off, to shut me out when I'm speaking the truth


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"Shut Me Out" as written by Lou Koller Armand Majidi

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    General Commentverse 1: He knows that others can't stand it when he shares his faith but wishes to share it anyway, because he knows that it can help people who are in pain.

    bridge: If it means he can help others, he is willing to put up with what those who don't like what he says say. He will keep on telling people the truth he knows in the same way he has been doing so.

    chorus: No matter what a nonbeliever/non-follower (if you will) says, he will not stop believing in God and following Him. Nothing will stop him from sharing the truth he knows.

    verse 2: People who don't like hearing what he has to say can't prove that he is wrong. His life is evidence that he is right.
    fireToSteel0423on September 24, 2008   Link

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