Never heard of a war on sunset
Never seen an honest man crucified
Never stumbled in the parting waters
Only stumbled in the man-made borders
I believe in the moonlight's glowing
I believe in the wind blowing in my ears
And eyes, and tears and smiles
Things that breathe make me believe cause

I don't feed any religion
And I don't need no television (God knows)
God knows what everybody don't know (God knows)
God knows what I don't know, yeah

Ooh Ooh
Ooh Ooh

And I will never trust the man at the altar
Praying hands, going places down below
Little boys looking for the answers
Tell them all that Jesus sent ya
And I believe in the birds and the bee stings
But I don't hear it when the choir's singing
Hallelujah, sing anew
Good folks know that you're not true cause

I don't feed any religion
And I don't need no television (God knows)
God knows what everybody don't know (God knows)
God knows what I don't know, yeah

As I walk down the path
Of your scene, take a left
And I'm searching for a meaning but I know wrong from right
As I turn to the left, there's a cross on a hill
Should I walk to the light
Is it kill or be killed?
There's a cross, it was built
On the backs of the guilt
Some are bad, some are good
And it's just understood
I can taste, I can feel everything I need
And the things that bleed make me believe cause

I don't feed any religion
And I don't need no television (God knows)
God knows what everybody don't know (God knows)
God knows what I don't know, yeah
(God knows...oh oh oh oh)


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Birds and Bee Stings song meanings
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