I wanna be locked in a cage
I wanna be starpped in a chair
I wanna be where you are
If my insanity comes
Wrapped up inside you

I wanna break my legs
In case of thought to escape
Keep the hammer out of my reach
If my pounding impulse comes
Wrapped up inside Your arms....
Locked up inside You

Hold me down 'cause I want to know You
You bring calm to my rage
You are life and I'm thristing for You

Hold me, hold me, locked in a cage
I love to be caught in you
I wanna be trapped in Your arms
Your cage is rest to my bones
Your cage is peace to my soul
Wrapped up inside Your arms
Wrapped up inside You

Hold me down 'cause I want to know You
You bring calm to my rage
You are life and I'm thristing for You
Hold me, hold me, locked in a cage
Wrapped up inside Your arms
Wrapped up inside Your arms
I'm inside Your arms

I'm inside Your arms
Hold me down 'cause I want to know You
You bring calm to my rage
You are life and I'm thristing for You
Hold me, hold me, locked in a cage


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    General CommentI wanna be so wrapped up in God I go insane. :)
    SMUSER17034398on April 03, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis song is an awesome "crunch guitar" song.
    Celtic_FCon March 27, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthis song is amazing to understand what he is talking about you gotta know what its like to be so on fire for GOD!! the lyrics are takin out of a psame i don't know witch one though .i will have to find it and post it
    sydney77on November 21, 2007   Link
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    General Commentm333333, I think he's perfectly alright in the head. He just desires for God so much that he goes insane... in a good way. It's really the whole struggle between a life for God or a life of sin. Just like Paul in the book of Romans:

    "5I do not understand what I do. For what I want to do I do not do, but what I hate I do. 16And if I do what I do not want to do, I agree that the law is good. 17As it is, it is no longer I myself who do it, but it is sin living in me."

    That sounds pretty confusing and crazy, but if that's the definition of insane, then I also am insane. It's once again the struggle between following God and being of the world.
    andrew_buschon September 12, 2008   Link
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    General Commenti know exactly what he is talking about. i've always looked at any religion as a cage. because once you climb into it and believe, you are no longer free to be open to everything. you've chosen a belief and thats where you'll stay. this is a beautiful song but he is really admitting that he is not free, ignorant, and locked in a cage-and that he doesn't care and will do anything to stay there. me personally... i might clean my cage, and the cages of others, but i carry the key to go in and come out. there is no higher value to me in life than freedom... god is not what we think. god doesn't point in one direction, but in all directions because god is the source of everything, it is a oneness. and it is known through love-the highest truth in this universe. remember... love is a oneness. how can you truly love someone when you are locked in a cage and they are locked in theirs? you cannot even touch each other. their will only be intellectual listening and intellectual listening is a kind of deafness. i may speak to you and you will mentally process my words, but because you are locked in a cage, and your walls are up, i have been left behind. you will only intellectually hear my words, then you will be stuck to your own opinion, your own opinion, your own cage. opinions are like assholes, everyone has one, and everyone has a cage with walls all around. its up to us to make a door to freedom and go through it. but even with those walls up, i can still see a soul for who he is. its beautiful.
    renzokataon August 18, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI don't think john cooper's alright in the head.
    m333333on June 19, 2007   Link

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