"The Faith" as written by and Travon M. Potts....
The sea so deep and blind
The sun, the wild regret
The club, the wheel, the mind,
O love, aren't you tired yet?
The club, the wheel, the mind
O love, aren't you tired yet?
The blood, the soil, the faith
These words you can't forget
Your vow, your holy place
O love, aren't you tired yet?
The blood, the soil, the faith
O love, aren't you tired yet?
A cross on every hill
A star, a minaret
So many graves to fill
O love, aren't you tired yet?
So many graves to fill
O love, aren't you tired yet?
The sea so deep and blind
Where still the sun must set
And time itself unwind
O love, aren't you tired yet?
And time itself unwind
O love, aren't you tired yet?



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"The Faith" as written by Leonard Cohen

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    General CommentI don't know how this song has yet to be commented on :|
    That said, I'm not really able to figure out the meaning just yet, but I do love this song.
    Whatsifsowhatsiton November 10, 2008   Link

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