Jesus Christ, I believe you
The deepest trust, I won’t leave you
They call me crazy - but it won’t matter
And death won’t change me - not ever

Jesus Christ, I believe you
The deepest trust, I won’t leave you
But my child is fading, an innocent
I hear no answer, I’m calling

My voice is reaching the sky
I’d do anything to save this life
Take me instead
Ah, God give me death

Jesus Christ, I believe you
They call me crazy - but it won’t matter
And death won’t change me - not ever

My voice is reaching the sky
I’d do anything to save this life
Take me instead
Ah, God give me death
Ah, God give me death


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    General CommentThis song seems odd to me, I mean ssince his other albums are called things like 666 and about God not being real. Yet here's this one that seems likehe's a full Christian? What's up with that? Nothing wrong with him being a Christian, but it's just odd.
    The_Forsaken_Blindon November 02, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI don't know if this is Hyde proclaiming his Christianity, or if it's him making a point that God does not exist.

    Like, people are calling him crazy because he has this deep trust in something that's not real, and when he calls to God he hears no answer.
    And maybe he's saying it's stupid to sacrifice your life ("death won't change me"..."God give me death") for a God that's not even listening...
    boredombecomesyouon December 15, 2006   Link
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    General Comment"Faith" is a concept album centered around Hyde's exploration of Christianity. From what I can tell, each song describes a different emotional state that a Christian goes through in relationship with God. Whereas Season's Call is about the joy and love of worship, this song is quite the opposite; it is about the anguish and grief of loss, with the believer pleading for God's help.

    Hyde has an interesting relationship with religion in general. For the most part, he seems to clearly not be Christian or even theist, but at the same time, he's always had a certain fascination with religion. I don't think "Faith" necessarily describes his personal opinion on Christianity; rather, it is an expression of his attempt to understand the beliefs and mindset of Christians as a whole.
    Gukkoron May 01, 2008   Link

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