"Faithless" as written by Christopher Andrew Stuart Bank Cutbush and Pete Martin....
With all our hopes and dreams answered
Are we not lost
With nothing driving us forward
We count the cost
How can we not believe in ourselves
We let our lives fade away

[Chorus]
Still we're far, we're far from faithless
And we trust to guide us on
We still believe that, we still believe that we belong
Still we long, we long for days when
We can trust, we are not wrong
We still believe that, we still believe, we still believe, that we belong

Stay strong and let honor guide you
This can't be wrong
Make no mistake you're family now
And this is our call
Let the hopeless
Let them be renewed
Let weakness fall

[Chorus]

How can we not believe in ourselves
Don't let our lives, fade away
Let hope be renewed
Let weakness fade

[Chorus]
Still we're far, we're far from faithless
And we trust to guide us on
We still believe that, we still believe that we belong

We
Still believe
We still believe


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"Faithless" as written by Pete Martin Christopher Andrew Stuart Bank Cutbush

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    My OpinionI've read a few sources that say Phil Labonte is a christian, but this song doesn't make much sense to me in a christian context. Why would a person of faith need to claim not to be faithless? "We're far from faithless" seems to be a more appropriate response to being accused of being faithless, which is something a religious person probably doesn't get accused of very often.

    To me, this song makes more sense in a context of non-religiousness. Someone might be called "faithless" for being agnostic, atheist, etc. but their rebuttal might be that they have faith in themselves and their abilities. They "believe that [they] belong" to humanity as a whole and want the "weakness" of hatred and discrimination among mankind to fall.
    Daveakon June 20, 2011   Link

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