"Grab Thy Hand" as written by and Peter/loeffler Loeffler....
Grab thy hand and look!

Through
Through
Through
Through

Bring
Me your time
How I long
For release
Shown
Presently
Reveals a man
To repeat

God
How I long
How I long
To grab thy hand and look!

May I
Come in
Grab hold
Just this once
May I
Come in
Just this once
Just this once
Just this once

Grab thy hand and look!

Through
Through
Through
Through

No!

May I
Come and
How long
Just once
Can't I
Come and
Grab thy hand and
May I (through)
Come and
How long
Just once
Can't I (through)
Come and
Grab thy hand and
Look! (through)
Look! (through)
Look! (through)
Look! (through)


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"Grab Thy Hand" as written by Peter Loeffler Joseph Loeffler

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  • +2
    General CommentThere seems to be a lot of confusion here with you people. Allow me to clear it up.

    There is a difference between Christian rock... And a rock band whose members are Christian.

    In Chevelle's case it is clearly the latter.

    As to the meaning of the song, I personally find it rather vague and convoluted. The message isn't clear enough to the listener(the listener who doesn't go and watch interviews or read about it online or whatever). Just reading these lyrics and listening to the song it personally made me think of a girl.
    Zetsumeion September 10, 2006   Link
  • +2
    General CommentI do believe in God. I just know that this song has nothing to do with God. And fore the record, Chevelle is not, IS NOT a Christian band.
    xmiaaxon October 26, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General Commentthis song isn't about God or religion...

    it's about was cyanide2060 said: just some shy guy doubting about what to do when he sees an attractive girl. he's talking to himself and saying: omfg, if I just had the guts to go and talk to her.

    I'm concerned about all you guys trying to relate EVERYTHING, every song, every word, every sound, .. to God.

    kind of extreme, when you think about it..

    It's not because chevelle is a christian band, that they can't have a song about something else then religion or christianity.
    byron December 29, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General CommentHeliumFear, I totally agree on art being open to interpretation.

    But when I want to know the meaning of a song, I want to know what the writer means by this song. And so many people are giving their own meaning to it.

    In my opinion, there's a big difference between the meaning of a song, and how YOU interpret it.
    byron January 18, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThere seems to be a lot of confusion here with you people. Allow me to clear it up.

    There is a difference between Christian rock... And a rock band whose members are Christian.

    In Chevelle's case it is clearly the latter.

    As to the meaning of the song, I personally find it rather vague and convoluted. The message isn't clear enough to the listener(the listener who doesn't go and watch interviews or read about it online or whatever). Just reading these lyrics and listening to the song it personally made me think of a girl.
    Zetsumeion September 10, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentWow. Get the lyrics right! Kudos to tejasvi.

    Thi song has NOTHING to do with religion.
    You know how we sometimes say god when we really want something, or something is so good.

    Example: God this icecream is so good.


    This song is about lust.
    lust
    lust
    lust
    .



    But all Chevelle songs are open to interpretation, as Pete always says.
    xmiaaxon October 04, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentAnd by the way.

    CHEVELLE IS NOT A CHRISTIAN BAND,
    THE MEMBERS ARE CHRISTIAN.

    So don't think every song has a religious meaning.
    Hot Christ, give it a rest.

    This shit has been going on for yeaaarrss,
    xmiaaxon October 04, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General Commenti wonder how you guys would interpret chevelle's music if you never found out these guys were christians. it's like just knowing they're christians automatically makes all their songs somehow related to God, which really pisses me off. i remember when i first heard vitamin r on the radio, the dude called them a christian band and said that the r stood for religion.

    and if you listen to their live cd or dvd, i can't remembr which one, before he starts the song pete says "here's one for the ladies in the house"
    onelonelyvisitoron January 13, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI dont think is a religious song. To me it sounds like it is sung to a girl that wont trust him and for just this once he wants her to take hold and just trust him for a change.
    mavrick480on June 11, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General Comment"How I long for release?" That line is talking about lust, sex, etc. He wants release from the nearly painfull desire he has for a woman... and when he says release, he means sex. Get it? The God reference is added for emphasis... to show that he speaks the truth... like "God, he's hott" The whole song is about a man who just longs to touch a girl he wants, and wants so badly he screams in fustration. He uses "thy" to show just how much he wants her. She is so special that he can't use mundane language.
    Lostnspirationon September 04, 2007   Link

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