"A Slave A Son" as written by Michael Spearman, Matthew Scarpelli, Mike Wellnitz, Scott Daby, Chance Medeiros and Aaron Pauley....
When I continued to run away
What kept me in your hand
Did you ever think your flock would stray,
Or that they wouldn't understand
When they said "wait here,
'till I return
With your brother that was lost
To the ways of the world"

Catch me in your arms
Like stars in the eyes of telescopes
An once there I rest
Never let me go. No,
Never let me go

It was your love that said
"youre no longer a slave,
But a son"
It was your love that said
"youre no longer a slave,
But a son"
But a son

Catch me in your arms
Like stars in the eyes of telescopes
And once there I rest
Never let me go. No,
Never let me go

What could I learn
By fighting the fire with matches and gasoline
Oh how cruel
And melodramatic are we
For trying to make sense
To make sense of all this
Just don't let me fall back through the clouds
(through the clouds)

Catch me in your arms
Like stars in the eyes of telescopes
And once there I rest
Never let me go. No,
Never let me go

Catch me in your arms
Like the stars you hold in your hand


Lyrics submitted by endersshadow92

"A Slave, A Son" as written by Chance Medeiros Aaron Pauley

Lyrics © Another Victory Publishing

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    General CommentI would definitely say this song is a Christian song. The first stanza is about God being faithful, the second one is missing but it's about the writer being faithful. The third is about Jesus dying on a cross, and the fourth is about, well, that part I'm not one hundred percent sure on, but the last part of it is about maintaining faith.

    second stanza looks like it's mixed with the 4th. 2nd is:

    Catch me in your arms
    Like stars in the eyes of telescopes,
    And once there I rest,
    Never let me go. no,
    Never let me go



    such a good song. i love it so much. can't wait for their new CD...
    paintballonaimon April 09, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI think paintballonaim is right.. but I don't see the where the reference for Jesus Christ dying on the cross came from?
    adrenalinerushon May 22, 2012   Link

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