"Radiator" as written by and Jacob Olds D Mount....
Goodbye humans, goodbye earth
I've left this place and all its worth
I am transcending space and time
I'm traveling at the speed of light

Affection, reflection
This is the new direction
Conspiracy is idiocracy
I radiate light's transparency

We are the chosen nation

Hey you, you're blowing my mind again
Out of my skull, I feel the levitation
I feel my skin crawling off of my soul
I feel your radiation

I'll be a radiator just like you
Radiate it on me, burn it on through

I feel the radiation
Radiate it on me

Hello future, hello birth
This is your newborn universe
There is no longer wrong or right
We have become a source of light

We are extraterrestrial

We are the radiators

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"Radiator" as written by Jacob Olds D Mount


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    General CommentThis song screams Christianity to me with all of its symbolism.

    "We are the chosen nation"-like the Bible verse about being a beacon of a light to the world and a city set on a hill.

    "Hey you, you’re blowing my mind again
    Out of my skull
    I feel the levitation
    I feel my skin crawling off my soul
    I feel your radiation"
    This is talking about feeling God's love. This could be about going to heaven or just feeling heaven on earth. We can feel God all around us at all times (his radiation) and he lifts us up (levitation).

    Then, once you feel God's love, you can shine for the rest of the world. "I'll be the radiator, just like you. Radiator, burn it on through." We are called to be the radiator of love. We are called to be Christ to the world.
    samsamiamamon December 18, 2008   Link
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    General Commenthmm..nor sure the true meaning, but i think of it as spreading the word of our Lord & Savior Jesus Christ...trying to be like him


    someone else got something. haha

    p.s: I love Jesus (: hehe
    Jersie.on August 26, 2008   Link
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    General Comment*not
    Jersie.on August 26, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI pretty much took this song s referring to the rapture. The first parts talking about the Christians leaving the earth and going up to be with God (the radiator I'm guessing). & then talking about being in heaven & having a perfect body. But that's just my take on it, I really love this song its one of my favorites!
    Spinnurs57on August 28, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI think they're talking about not being conformed to the world. It all has to do with Christianity, and yeah, going to heaven. Reaching a place where they no longer have to worry about everything worldly. It just great. And the being extraterrestrial thing proves my point about being not of the world. It also sounds like the baptism of the Holy Spirit where it says " Hello future, hello birth." In other words, they're reborn in Christ. It means a lot of things. I love it.

    P.S. I love Jesus too. Haha. :D
    AquaConKhion September 05, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI'm pretty sure that this song is about Jesus dying and going to heaven and then shining the light of God through you and clensing your soul. Once you know about God you pass it on to someone else just like a radiator works, the radiation is God spreding all over.
    UnderoathAaronon September 17, 2008   Link
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    General Commentomg! not all of their songs r christian rock! this song is about a generation of ppl being affected by radiation and they leave then come back and every1 r radiators! thus the lines "generation of radiation" and "we are extraterrestrial". not all of their songs r christian rock...they have no genre...thus the Chap Stique quote "Basically. if a bunch of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches got 2gether and formed a band, it would b family force 5."
    SoulGlowon October 10, 2008   Link
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    General Commenti love this band because their lyrics are so open to interpretation.
    I'm not religious, so I see something different in this song.
    Someone was telling me that DOD is a concept album about aliens invading and stuff, I think it's just a really sick futuristic song about how intense and bright everyone is in the future and we party with the aliens. bahahahahahaha i don't know.

    either way, it's totally bomb that christians have dance music that reflects their values! instead of just slow sappy overly creepy stuff.
    rukminion May 07, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI know family force 5 does a lot of party songs without a lot of Christianity or ultradeep meaning. But i feel like this is one where they let their faith speak a little more. I like the concept ppl have brought up about us - the body of Christ - radiating God's love to the world as we bask in the radiation of His love.
    insanity/insighton July 30, 2009   Link
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    General CommentOOps i apoligize.. i suppose i just replyed instead of commented.. shows what i know..
    orangestarfishon August 04, 2009   Link

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