All these judging philosophies does that make me a Pharisee?
Oh, how I take the bribe and kiss the martyr hello then goodbye
Or maybe I am just the one who aspires to be the one true friend but then I stab you in the back three times in the end
Terrified of "Who am I?"
With all I am inside I push away all the lies
There will be love in time
Casting lots without reason, am I right or is this treason?
As the innocent dies the mocking crowd arrives
Am I the Father, the mother, the brother?
More likely a cynic no other
Even if I wash my hands of this the facts still exist
There will be love in time but who are you when you read the lines?
There will be love in time but who are you in the story of life?
Make no, make no mistake, we are, we are all, we are all the same
Make no, make no mistake, we are, we are all, we are all the same


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    My OpinionI think it's about about events from the Bible, before and after the death and resurrection of Jesus. 1st line is about Pharisees and philosophies(obvious), 2nd is about Judas Iscariot and him taking the bribe to betray Jesus, 3rd line is about Simon Peter and the 3 times he denied Christ(same as stabbing in the back), the Roman soldiers cast lots for Jesus' clothes, "As the innocent dies the mocking crowd arrive" is about when Jesus died and there was a mocking crowd watching Him before and after that, "Even if I wash my hands of this the facts still exist" Pilate washed his hands because he saw Jesus as innocent and wanted no blood on his hands. the chorus I think is a way to make us think. who are we in this life, are we like the Pharisees, traitors, greedy, selfish? do we love or hate others? do we treat others like we want to be treated? do we shun responsibility or blame others for our own mistakes?
    Nacilon February 23, 2010   Link

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