"Unknown" as written by and The Banshees....
Killin' ourselves faster than fast
Livin' in the future, livin' in the past
I haven't always been in Christ
I know what you're goin' through, man
A couple of years ago I was just like you
Lookin' for answers, but lookin' to myself
Thinkin' that Christians just love Jesus for their health

But, I didn't know about Jesus
I tried to be like God, but when I tried I failed
And every time I fail, and fail
I know I rail a nail straight into the cross of Jesus
Straight into the wrist of Jesus
And now it's 1996, a hard year to be a Godly man
It seems the more I speak The Word, the less they understand
You gotta know about Jesus

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"Unknown" as written by The Banshees


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    General Commentthere is so much wrong with the fact that like less than 10 people have commented on Supertones lyrics, they are amazingly talented! i love their music, they are the best. anyways, back to this song... i love the beggining where Mojo is singing "oi oi oi oi oi oi oi oi.....skankin' to the beat, we're the supertones... skankin' to the beat" that's my favorite part of the whole song just cos it's so upbeat and hilarious! and it makes you want to skank and go "oi!" while you do it! haha.... yup, good times.
    ~*not_your_star*~on April 22, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI like "Every time I fail and fail I know I rail a nail." How many rhymes can you fit into two seconds?
    Nick the Bastardon August 20, 2006   Link
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    General Commentcan anyone listen to the supertones and not be happy? they just radiate Gods love and joy its absolutely amazing. and yeah theres like 12 comments on the supertones and like 8 are from me....HA
    headbangforjesuson January 30, 2008   Link

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