"Heaven for the Sinner" as written by Erica Wright and Simon Charles Green....
We don’t need no truth, got planted now
It grows on trees
I don’t let it or 8 side loose
There’s no saint and there’s no sinner
Done more dirt than these
I know that we can do more right that these
I need to find a paradise for me

We just ask about
God is ready, but you don’t wanna
No one tell me, heaven’s waiting
For the sinner, God is ready
When you're ready

When we want it
We just ask it
God is ready, when you're ready
But you don't want it
God is ready, soon they tell me
Heaven's waiting
For the sinner, God is ready

Someone tell me, heaven's waiting
For the sinner, God is ready
When it
Shine, shine

Heaven's waiting, for the sinner
God is ready, when you're ready
Shine


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"Heaven for the Sinner" as written by Simon Charles Green Erica Wright

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    General CommentPersonally to me, this song is about being human and acknowledging/embracing the notion that you were meant to live life.

    The "God is ready, when you're ready, but you don't want it" can be interpreted as 'when you're ready to be saved, God is there, but then again you'd like to live life first'. And should you be ready, "When we want it, we just ask it."

    In the bigger picture, you're tired of religions' effects on society and would rather live life without worrying about whether or not your soul is saved or not (we don't need no truth got plenty now it grows on trees/ glad it's not a race, i'd lose) , also not worrying about if your actions are saintly or sinful (no saint or sinner done more dirt, nor do more right). You're just living (find a paradise for me) because in the end "Heaven's waiting."
    mmmhmmmon September 29, 2013   Link
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    General CommentPersonally to me, this song is about being human and acknowledging/embracing the notion that you were meant to live life.

    The "God is ready, when you're ready, but you don't want it" can be interpreted as 'when you're ready to be saved, God is there, but then again you'd like to live life first'. And should you be ready, "When we want it, we just ask it."

    In the bigger picture, you're tired of religions' effects on society and would rather live life without worrying about whether or not your soul is saved or not (we don't need no truth got plenty now it grows on trees/ glad it's not a race, i'd lose) , also not worrying about if your actions are saintly or sinful (no saint or sinner done more dirt, nor do more right). You're just living (find a paradise for me) because in the end "Heaven's waiting."
    mmmhmmmon September 29, 2013   Link

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