There's a faith that comes along with this
Senses on the belt lines on your wrists
Comes out swinging on the urge
Oh it's wide to hide behind a heavy bed

We were watching a pastor eat his son
As he spoke up in front of everyone
There was something in the room everyone felt
Was it coming from within or from without

Theres a faith that comes along with this
Someone did it to you like a gift
There was something in your heart you could not see
When you got in a fist fight, New Years Eve

Now we watched those big hands rise and fall
You could never keep that beat at all
You can't even get up right before
You keep sleeping in the bed where you were born


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New Year's Eve song meanings
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    General CommentApologies in advance for the first stanza, which I am sure is wrong.
    aurkwiton April 13, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI think the first stanza is:

    There's a faith that comes along with this
    Tenses in the belt lines on your wrists
    Comes out swinging on the edge
    Hold it tight or hide behind a heavy bend (or bed?)
    natkingcoleon March 09, 2010   Link
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    General Comment3rd stanza:

    There's a faith that comes along with this
    Someone gave it to you like a gift
    There was something in your heart you could not see
    When you got enough this fight (?) on New Year's Eve
    natkingcoleon March 09, 2010   Link
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    General CommentThe music could play an increasingly important role in daily life. Musicians worked for the church, courts and towns. Church choirs grew in size, and the church remained an important patron of music. However, musical activity shifted to the courts. Kings and princes competed for the finest composers. Thanks a lot.
    Regards,
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    jaffa62on July 07, 2012   Link
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    General CommentMusic and theatre scholars studying the history and anthropology of Semitic and early Judeo Christian culture have discovered common links in theatrical and musical activity between the classical cultures of the Hebrews and those of later Greeks and Romans. Thanks.
    Regards,
    chartright.com/
    jaffa62on July 21, 2012   Link

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