Who saves the savior?
x8

It's endlessly searching
Just another lost cause, so far from hell
So far from hell
So far from hell

This wasn't part of the plan
Waves that come out of our hands
With the strangers in black
While they're standing out back
While they look to the sky

Some call this dying in vain
Where's the God that you claim to hate?
Oh the blood has been shed
(The bloods been shed)
When all that's left are the stains
Sick of trying to find an escape
No trace of God left in the evil place

Who saves the savior?
Who saves the savior?
Who saves?

I spin around around the fire
Spitting images of the same mistakes
(But we never change)
Blinded by her illusions
There's no turning back
As we dance above the stage
(dance)

Some call this dying in vain
Where's the God that you claim to hate?
Oh the blood has been shed
(The blood's been shed)
When all that's left are the stains
Sick of trying to find an escape
No trace of God left in this evil place

You can clean me up
But I'm still not the same, not the same
I'm just a stain you couldn't wash away
Couldn't wash away

Who saves the savior?
Who saves?
Who saves the savior?
Who saves?

Where's the God you claim to hate
Where's the God

While they look to the sky (Look to the sky)
While they look to the sky (Look to the sky)
Our eyes shift to the ground
While they look to the sky (Look to the sky)
While they look to the sky (Look to the sky)
Our eyes shift to the ground


Lyrics submitted by AdamArtz, edited by dnask8

Who Saves The Savior? (feat. Spencer Chamberlain) song meanings
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    My InterpretationThis song is about attempting suicide and dying. Seems that the POV is waiting for their "god" to appear at death but is also seeing visions of hell ("spin around the fire") and demons ("strangers dressed in black") as they die ("no turning back/dance above the stage").
    dnask8on September 09, 2015   Link

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