oh, pariah
drag your feet to me
your son has aged a year or two I see
and if the days keep falling down
how many now, well I’ve lost count
of all the people congratulating me
and all the places you rather would be.

oh, pariah
your travels are well-known
you swim across the lake, seldom alone
and if a country turns it back
on all its buildings, still intact
quietly, they'll turn around and see
and pariah, I know you belong to me

oh, pariah
please put down your gun
those folks across the street ain’t anyone
who’d ever wish no harm on us
no, they ain’t worth all that fuss
they’ll just go rest their heads like you and me
afraid of God
and drifting fast asleep

oh, pariah
falling from the trees
you race across the state, sometimes with me
and if a reel of tape can sound
of all these words I can’t pronounce
then you will know that you belong to me
and pariah, you will be nearly complete.
and pariah, you will be nearly complete.
and pariah, you will be nearly complete.

Lyrics submitted by gaslightmanor

Pariah song meanings
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