Some of us die before we're born
And some will live too long.
Some of us are given a life of chances
And some not even one.
Some go in the blink of an eye
And never feel an ounce of pain,
But some of us are pulled slow and steady
Through a lifetime of rain.

And you say he's fair
And wants everybody there
But Heaven won't be home for us all.
If you say that there
Are souls he won't prepare,
The god you serve dropped the ball.

And now you're telling everybody about the only one
Who will never leave your side,
About unconditional love and eternal life.
You say, "Come as you are down to the altar.
His arms are open wide.
But the time is now, because the deal is off
If you don't before you die."

And you say he's fair
And wants everybody there
But Heaven won't be home for us all.
If you say that there
Are souls he won't prepare,
The god you serve dropped the ball.

No one chooses a lake of fire
Over streets of gold.
They just choose to not believe
You who told them so.
Now, there's a man upstairs who will forgive you.
In hopes that you might learn
Forgiveness of your enemies who he'll
Forever burn.

And you say he's fair
And wants everybody there
But Heaven won't be home for us all.
If you say that there
Are souls he won't prepare,
The god you serve dropped the ball.



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