This is a song for those who’ve lost hope. This is a song for those searching.
This is a song for those that question. This is a song for those searching.

Question everyone. Question everything. And trust no one.
Everyone has a motive. None of which are pure.
Question everyone. Question everything. And trust no one.
Everyone has a motive. None of which are pure.

There are vipers. They are liars. There are vipers everywhere waiting to prey on you.
Watch out for their poison. They wait to devour you.
Don’t be deceived. Don’t be deceived. Don’t be deceived.

Question everyone. Question everything. And trust no one.
Everyone has a motive. None of which are pure.

–– SPOKEN WORD PART ––

Children watch your backs. The monster is coming. The monster is coming.
Hide your soul, hold it tight. There is a viper on the loose.

Question everyone. Question everything. And trust no one.
Everyone has a motive. None of which are pure.
Question everyone. Question everything. And trust no one.
Everyone has a motive. None of which are pure.

Follow no man’s words because I know what man holds.
Follow the path of God because I know what man holds.
Follow no man’s words because I know what man holds.
Follow the path of God because I know what man holds.


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    General CommentThe Marriage of Heaven and Hell is actually a book written by William Blake in the late 1700s. All of the song titles from this album are taken from the first 10 lines of the poem "A Song of Liberty." A lot of the lyrics and ideas from this song come from The Marriage of Heaven and Hell as well.
    ladyexlibrison September 02, 2010   Link

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