"No Reason To Exist" as written by and Don Clark Ryan Clark....
Lost
When the storm hits, you will leave this
Awake
Time will pass through, and break you

Broken, or so you say
Nobody bought that fable anyway
So calloused, and so naive
To wear a heart of fiction on your sleeve

Bury every sign of life in filth and hollow trend
And push against progression on the path of logic’s end
Like tears flowing upward

[Chorus]
Lost, an aimless soul
When the storm hits, you will leave this
Awake to wasted days
Time will pass through, and break you

This wreckage you’ll never be
If you were raised in Hell you’d own the sea
Don’t tell me it’s not your choice
You sold a blessed future for some noise

Bury every sign of life in filth and hollow trend
And push against progression on the path of logic’s end
Like tears flowing upward

[Chorus]

With every waking second you front, another real life loses ground
Ten thousand arms outstretched and you have the nerve to strike them all
No reason to coexist?
No reason to exist


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"No Reason to Exist [*]" as written by Ryan Clark Don Clark

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    General Commenti think its the lost souls who have no reason to exist
    followthewolveson November 16, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti think its the lost souls who have no reason to exist
    followthewolveson November 16, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI think it is talking about Judas and how he betrayed Jesus. Hence the name "No reason to exist" Jesus said that it would have been better if Judas had never existed.

    "Don't tell me its not your choice,
    you sold a blessed future for some noise"
    this seems to talk about how Judas sold Jesus for
    thirty peices of silver.
    walkwithChrist40on December 31, 2007   Link
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    General CommentActually, this is what Ryan said in an interview:

    # JfH: How about "No Reason To Exist?"

    Ryan: "No Reason To Exist" is about young adults that have willingly and pridefully taken on a lifestyle of street living. There is a trend in which kids that come from middle or upper class homes choose to live homeless, jobless and reckless. It just struck me as insulting- to people who have no choice but to live that way. I think these people see it as a fun and carefree alternative to living responsibly- and it's easy for them, because if things get REALLY tough, they can just run back to mom and dad's house. I know enough about this "scene" to know that many of these kids are not living these hard lives out of necessity, but rather because of the music, fashion and careless attitude that accompanies the lifestyle. It sounds insane, and every last one of them would argue that those things have nothing to do with it, but if that were the case, they wouldn't all have matching outfits with hand-sewn Crass and Discharge patches on their sun-bleached black jeans. It's a trend just like anything else- and passing it off as genuinely victimized lowliness is insulting.

    source: jesusfreakhideout.com/Interviews/…
    davidmiglon June 19, 2008   Link

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