Come down to the service that saves all our souls
Burn up the contingent that wont believe in you

Everything minus the nothing at all
Aching and rabid and breaking the dog
See you on Sunday your good for the week
(This is your notice served)
Tasting the envy and tasting the sores
Feeling the sickness now drink for the Lord
Drink for a savior that puts you to sleep
(Youll eat what youve been served)

You were never there
You were never there when I was falling

Come down off your pulpit and purify yourself
Sold off your soul for your outer wealth

Given the freedom to swallow the lie
Given the reason to lay down and die
This is the answer its written in blood
(You get what you deserve)
How many shovels to dig all the graves
How many shackles for all of the slaves
How many reasons for you to be saved
(These are you lessons learned)

You were never there
You were never there when I was calling you

Caught inside a story of submission (But I dont believe this)
Force fed, misled, thrown into confusion (And you cant deny this)
Bound, Bound, Look at me now
Just look at the lies
Just look at me now

Worship, and bleed for me now (would you?)
Bleed for me now (on your knees)


Lyrics submitted by Ian Equinox

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    General CommentI love this song, it was the first of black markets songs i heard, and its the best. It makes me happy :)
    Slayer_of_godon August 25, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI absolutely love this song. Its about the church obviously.

    I especially like the "See you on sunday you're good for the week" part. that exactly how christians are.

    Hethens M-SA, but angels on sunday.
    Kasureon December 21, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI absolutely love this song. Its about the church obviously.

    I especially like the "See you on sunday you're good for the week" part. that exactly how christians are.

    Hethens M-SA, but angels on sunday.
    Kasureon December 21, 2007   Link

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