There are a lot of things you don't know
If you come with me, I will show you some

There's a fish that lives at the bottom of the ocean
And it never breeds and it never dies
And it has no fins and it has no eyes
It's a lot to believe, but I won't tell you lies

And there are more things in Heaven and Earth
Than in your philosophy
I'll show you some if you come with me

God's not dead, He's sleeping under ground
You can hear him in the mine shafts
And He's talking in his sleep
And He's thinking out loud
And the words He says I cannot repeat now
But you can be sure they've reached my ear somehow

And while we're on this topic
Excuse me while I wax philosophic

There's more than what you see and hear
You have to be a razor to cut through the veneer
I only ask that you come with me
My only price is your company

Don't tell your parents, don't tell your friends
Don't mention my name, don't make any plans
Meet me here, don't bother to pack
We leave tonight, just the shirts on our back


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