"An Easy Belief" as written by and Patrick Damphier Jacob Rolleston....
They say we live on the eye of god
Progress is cateract
And our possessions are dust on the lens
Everyone's depraved

The beautiful colors married the thought of losing each other
An easy belief to marry the thought of living forever

What good does it do to preach
When the choir's groan is deafening?
I've got the good book open, too
But I'm reading different words than you

The beautiful colors married the thought of losing each other
An easy belief to marry the thought of living forever

The beautiful colors married the thought
An easy belief to marry the thought
Of living forever

Put your faith in something special
Lose yourself in new prescriptions
Put your faith in something special
Lose yourself in new prescriptions

Are you happy where you are in life?
Are you happy where you are?
Are you happy where you are in life?
Are you happy where you are?

The beautiful colors married the thought of losing each other
An easy belief to marry the thought of living forever
Beautiful colors
Easy belief
Living forever
Living forever


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    General CommentThis song is beautiful :)
    It's about religion and the centers on marriage. People get married and it's so easy to think you can be with that person forever because of marriage (including the after-life) or it's easy to just marry someone and assume that once you die you are separated for life.

    He's discussing the differences in opinion and how people see different things and interpret different things in religion.

    I absolutely love this song and Paper Rival. It's a shame they are gone :(
    youkaininja11on June 05, 2009   Link
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    General Commenti've absolutely no problem with losing myself in prescriptions.
    charcoalsketchon June 28, 2011   Link

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