"Abram" as written by and Jose Gonzalez....
Abram, either wake up or go to bed
You're sleepwalking with a delirious head
You were programmed a long, long, long time ago
Your stories are old, old and your acclimation is slow

Oh, go to sleep

Not much of what you say makes any sense
Cook up some myths then ask for obedience
Even though you mean well, well most of the time
You've aided delusion and created bias in our minds

Oh, go to sleep



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"Abram" as written by Jose Gonzalez

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    General CommentI think he means that the bible story isn't relevant anymore, and that the reason many people doesn't believe in God is that the bible sound like a myth. basically he doesn't agree with the bible and its bias.
    matkojebcaon November 11, 2007   Link
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    General Commentjose gonzalez says that this song was the result of "the god delusion" by richard dawkins. abram means all the abrahamic religions which are judism, christianity and islam. these monotheistic religions are irrational, oppressive and create conflict. go to sleep means he wishes they would stop "sleepwalking" and just end.
    crudnickon November 26, 2007   Link
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    General Comment"Even though you men well" really has to be "Even though you meAn well"
    Christiaan33on September 05, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI'm currently reading "the god delusion" and feel like I understand these lyrics much more. Crudnick is right for my part. I'm learning the song on guitar, and then you realize how great and complex this song is
    Lovely.
    Christiaan33on January 09, 2009   Link
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    General Commentdon't miss the first line
    patrick4on June 01, 2011   Link

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