"Die For You" as written by Jason Mcarthur, Anthony Armstrong, Joe Rickard, Randy Armstrong and Mike Barnes....
I know you hate me
I never meant to make you feel this way
I feel so betrayed
I never thought I could feel condemned
I never thought I could feel all your sin

Oh, I can feel your madness now
Oh, I can feel your fire now
It's what I burn for
It's what I bleed for
I would die for you

You know I'd die for you

I feel exposed, I feel disgraced
I feel a whole new kind of hate
Someone please tell me what I'm supposed to do
'Cause you hate me but I love you

Oh, I can feel your madness now
Oh, I can feel your fire now
It's what I burn for
It's what I bleed for
I would die for you

Oh, I can feel your madness now
Oh, I can feel your fire now
It's why I'm breaking down
Ain't coming back around
Now I'm telling you
I would die for you

You know I wish I didn't feel this way
I ain't gonna change

Oh, I can feel your madness now
Oh, I can feel your fire now
It's what I burn for
It's what I bleed for
I would die for you

I can change to better right
I could feel your fire now
I can feel your fire now
It's why I'm breaking down
Ain't coming back around
Now I'm telling you
I would die for you

You know I'd die for you


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"Die for You" as written by Anthony John Armstrong Joseph Robert Rickard

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    General CommentThis is Jesus' Feelings on the cross as he dies for you, He has bled, died, been disgraced, for you and yet you still hate him and spit on him even though he died and bled for you, won't you come to Jesus today?
    scrosbon March 26, 2013   Link
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    My OpinionI mostly agree with Scrosb. It is very likely that this song is about Jesus and the moment he was offered for humanity.

    'I know you hate me,
    I never meant to make you feel this way'
    This could be an indication to the people - mostly the kings who where afraid of Jesus' power and the growing amount of his followers - who wanted him dead and crucified.

    'I never thought I could feel condemned
    I never thought I could feel all your sin'
    This is most likely a indication to the fact that he died selflessly and purely for others prosperity.

    'Oh, I can feel your madness now
    Oh, I can feel your fire now'
    I think that these sentences represent the fact how his most devoted followers turned on him the day of his crucifixion.

    'It's what I burn for
    It's what I bleed for
    I would die for you'
    Again representing that he does this not for his own but for others prosperity.

    'Someone please tell me what I am supposed to do'
    A plea to his father, God, who he listened to and for whom he was on Earth in the first place.

    'I can change to better right
    I could feel your fire now
    I can feel your fire now
    It's why I'm breaking down
    Ain't coming back around
    Now I'm telling you
    I would die for you'
    This is supposedly where Jesus is redeemed of his suffering, when his soul left his body and finally begun its path towards heaven.

    'You know I'd die for you'
    He would do it again. That is what this last sentence means, that Jesus would do it again without any hesitation.

    Please be aware that the above is merely my opinion, not necessarily the way to look at the song! I hope I did not offend anybody with it.
    Putputtyon April 07, 2014   Link
  • 0
    My InterpretationIt's about someone who is shocked and hurt by someone who has told them their actual feeling for them
    Evanecence2001on May 14, 2017   Link
  • -3
    General Commentagain i think this could be about an ex and hes trying to tell her how much he loves her. that he would die for her no matter how much she hates him or how she treats him. that she will always be in his heart.
    dancingqueen87on July 25, 2013   Link

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