"Crossbuster" as written by Joseph Michael Cocchi, Timothy Patrick Goergen and Kevin Mathew Mcguill....
I'm getting something off my chest,
See I never liked your religion organized
I've learned to keep my mouth shut,
I've learned to hold my tongue,
But this has gone way too far
How can you preach unity
While practicing segregation?

He's never coming,
No resurrections
Hes never coming
Because he did not exist
I believe what I believe
So don't force your faith on me

We're in this world together,
Saints or sinners,
It makes no difference
I'm free to speak my mind
Because nothing is sacred
You add to our decline
While holding the hand of God
You add to our decline
While holding the hand of God

Faith is just a crutch to lean on
So fear what you don't know
You're just blinding yourself
With false security
Living a life of lies,
I hope you take offense to this!
You have passed judgment on me,
Now I'm judging you


Lyrics submitted by nairbsille, edited by sokorny

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    My InterpretationA song against organised religion forcing their beliefs onto others (society) and in essence judging others as less than them because they have different beliefs to them.

    The last few lines sum up the bands attitude to the only theme very succinctly:

    "I hope you take offense to this!
    You have passed judgment on me,
    Now I'm judging you"
    sokornyon May 17, 2017   Link

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