come to me you willing ones.
blind and sick on rotten meal.
one by one like fatting cows.
snap you jump and blink, you yield.

the good will not be cloned,
but you are made by the wheels that turn.
the good will not be cloned
you know in time you will be found and revealed.

keep the bleeding sheep in count.
you're all numbered ounce by ounce.
no trace of nobility.
us poor starve on crumbs you leave.

the good will not be cloned,
but you are made by the wheels that turn.
the good will not be cloned
you know in time you will be found and revealed.

a decade of being forgotten.
a decade of being forgotten.
no more.
no more.
no more being forgotten.
no more being forgotten..........


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The Good Will Not Be Cloned or Why Should the Christians Get All the Bad Music song meanings
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    General CommentHere's my take.
    The good musicians in the Christian music circles cannot be made into carbon copies of each other. But a good deal of bands are, and cater to whatever is asked for willingly instead of trying to be the sort of quality that should be the case. They get the credit, even if they don't produce as good quality, and the better bands get only the leavings. This is where Joy Electric finds itself. He promises that he will not be forgotten anymore like he was for the first ten years of his existence. He stands by his belief that the good ones will never be copied like this.
    thaipeakson January 25, 2008   Link

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