do you believe i still love you?
after all you've said and done
there's a whole wide world out there
full of people who just dont care
well, do you believe that i still love you?

do you believe that you're blessed by god?
that your life is carried on angel's wings?
make a master of a slave,
a white man dancing on a grave
well, do you belive that i still love you?

well now do you believe that ill protect you?
when the time comes, i wont go
im not gonna fight, no i wont bleed
to protect the glory of your greed
well, do you believe, that i still love you

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    I love this song, but I don't get the lines, "I'm not gonna fight, no I won't bleed, to protect the glory of your greed." Doesn't that go against the whole grain of the song? Unless when he says "I won't go" he means like "I won't say:" Either way it's an awesome song and an awesome band.

    syyz1on April 11, 2008   Link
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    Well, this isn't a love song. I think that explains it... so many people think this song is saying "I still love you", but it's saying why would you think I still love you after all that happened between us? What makes you think you're so special? People fall out of love everyday and this is just like

    redfoxannaon September 20, 2008   Link
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    This is either a very sincere or a very sarcastic song.

    The words could be from the side of a heated argument but the way they are sung would make you think that he reall does still loves her. I think he still does but needs to break it off for his own sake.

    SlackersJimon March 11, 2009   Link
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    I believe this song is about America. Do you believe I still love you after al that happened. more like that. People say god bless america. So that explains the line do you believe you're blessed by god. The last line is about not fighting or protecting. Maybe that's about not joining the army and fighting for the country

    kings of nuthinon August 04, 2016   Link

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