"Dark Hills" as written by and Zach Simms Joe Pangallo....
[Verse 1:]
Sittin in the dark shakin in a cold wind dyin to get well keep trying but I'm broken
A kiss on my lips that use to thrill me, if I go another day it's gonna kill me
Slipped into a dream woke up in a nightmare scars on my skin don't know how they got there
How heavy was the crown of thorns? I wonder if I'm to far gone?

[Chorus:]
They say Jesus walked the dark hills He broke bread with beggars and thieves
If I cry out in this darkness, if I fall down on my knees
If He walks the dark hills, will He come for me? Will He come save me?

[Verse 2:]
Searching for the truth through stained glass windows covered up in shame things that only I know
Strike a match and light another candle, raise my hands a sing a pretty song.
If anybody knew this ugliness inside me would they throw a stone would the crucify me?
How Heavy was the crown of thorns? I wonder if I'm to far gone?

[Chorus]

[Bridge:]
How Heavy was the crown of thorns? I wonder if I'm to far gone?

[Chorus 3:]
They say Jesus walks the dark hills He breaks bread with beggars and thieves
When I cry out in this darkness, When I fall down on my knees
When He walks the dark hills, I know He'll come for me. I know He'll come save me.


Lyrics submitted by teara11

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    My InterpretationI love this song. I think that it's about the lead singer's past drug addictions (scars on my skin) and addiction in general. Someone in the shadows and gullies of life crying out for help, remembering somewhere that the savior of the world (Jesus) still remembers them and is still right there by their side to lead them back into the light when they're at their lowest point. I love this song. God bless Day of Fire.
    teara11on April 24, 2010   Link

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