"Un-Born Again" as written by Jay Patrick Ceravolo, Vincent Charles Labella, Christopher Felton Nail and Kyle Daniel Thomas....
hey you there in the chair
why don't you hear your
own self?
you could find utopia
but instead your brain is
you talk of pains of love
and transcendence from
before you know it you'll
be six feet under
as unconsciousness
envelops you
you've missed out on the
big deal
so all aboard without
your lord and all of his
'cause in the making's
disparage faith
and as you write I shall
feed a starving woman
dress the man
then go to heaven like a
good American
and as the promised gates
of serene recognizance
fade into a numbing non-
existence you will rot
without ever really
having anything...
disregard their
and be one like me
un-born again
sources say gods are the
and question not the
How can you pretend?
Really? Hallelujah's gonna
buy a
first class seat?
well let me tell you
something brother
that can't be beat!
Well, I've heard the voice a
thousand times
the one you say created
but I've come to
the voice is from the man
in me and
not the one you've given
higher ground
do you understand
I'm un-born again
do you understand
I'm un-born again
it's a laughing shame that
twisted your brain
you could be one like me
making your own
like you ought to be
and from then you shall
have become
unborn again

Lyrics submitted by crazydude1992

"Un-Born Again" as written by Jay Patrick Ceravolo Christopher Felton Nail

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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