"Lash Upon Lash" as written by Dean Atkinson, Matt Fidler, Dennis Frazier, Scott Erickson and Jeremy Sims....
Forsaken by His closest friends
Treated like a thief

See them draw their weapons
See them draw their swords
See them draw their weapons
They draw their swords

He was taken like a criminal
His innocence among the thieves

Liars, false witnesses
Scourged to please the crowd
Liars, false witnesses
Scourged to please the crowd

With each lash the skin is torn
With each lash the skin is torn

Liars, false witnesses
Scourged to please the crowd

With each lash the skin is torn
With each lash the skin is torn

Lash upon lash
Ripping flesh from the bone
Lash upon lash
Ripping flesh from the bone

He took our sickness, He took our sorrow
By His stripes we are healed
By His stripes we are healed
By His stripes we are healed



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"Lash Upon Lash" as written by Dennis Frazier Dean Atkinson

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    General CommentCurrently, my favourite song from the new "Horror" album.

    Forsaken by His closest friends, treated like a thief.

    See them draw their weapons; see them draw their swords.
    See them draw their weapons; they draw their swords.

    He was taken like a criminal.
    His innocence among the thieves.

    Liars, false witnesses, scourged to please the crowd.
    Liars, false witnesses, scourged to please the crowd.

    With each lash, the skin is torn.
    With each lash, the skin is torn.

    Liars, false witnesses, scourged to please the crowd.

    With each lash, the skin is torn.
    With each lash, the skin is torn.

    Lash upon lash.
    Ripping flesh from the bone.
    Lash upon lash.
    Ripping flesh from the bone.

    He took our sickness.
    He took our sorrow.

    By His stripes we are healed.
    By His stripes we are healed.
    By His stripes we are healed.
    The Interloperon March 09, 2008   Link

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