"Beauty Through The Eyes Of A Predator" as written by and Ryan Clark Don Clark....
I'm not the only one who can't see why it crossed your mind
I see your life and death reduce into a product line
It's not enough to see you speaking through the blindest of eyes
The same dead, cold breath is reducing mine
I can't see why
You're not a saint, you're a thief
You can't deny
It's all a ploy underneath.

All I've seen (you better learn to keep your face under the dark)
All I need (wake up and feel the blood escape your heart)
Your disease (for every word that you devalue and mistake)
I can't breathe (for every soul you nauseate with what you say)

You've brought this verdict on yourself (before we ever had a chance)
I hope you cry for the one's you've lost.
You built this burden when you fell (you know we never took a glance)
I hope it's worth all the blood it cost.

It's been a long way back from the dissipated path
Only half way through, say goodbye and take a breath
And when the end shines new with the burn of nothing left
I'll give you one last chance to say you're done and give it back.
I won't agree.
Your remedy is a joke.
I can't believe.
That you can breathe and not choke.


Peddle your faith to the blind.
And cheapen the love that you feel so painful.
Pushing the guilt through yourself.
And suffer the mold of a prime example.


I feel my lungs beginning to burn.
With every foolish word that you spit, another nail you'll get.

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"Beauty Through the Eyes of a Predator" as written by Ryan Clark Don Clark


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    General CommentHere we go... Ryan's def.---
    It seems that in every group, whether “religious” or other, there is always going to be someone giving a bad name to whatever you believe in. Christianity is not exempt of this. There are many “Christians” out there in the world doing things supposedly in the name of Christ, but ultimately pushing non-believers further and further away from accepting the truth of Jesus and the bible. Now I know that no one is perfect, and legitimate, God-fearing Christians can make some of the worst mistakes, but I think there is a difference between these mistakes and taking a big part in jeopardizing the validity of Christ to the people around you.

    One thing Christ is not, is a product. There is a fine line between selling Christian products as a witnessing tool and selling Christian products purely for personal profit. I believe that there are ways to make a comfortable living within the Christian business world and still be focused on the spreading of the gospel. I think that some people need to evaluate just what they’re selling when it has Jesus’ name stamped on it. Is it something that is going to make Him look much less important than He really is?
    knocloo27on March 15, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI couldn't really see the main meaning behind this song, but that maybe it has something to do with Jesus getting nailed to the cross, hence 'With every foolish word that you spit, another nail you'll get.'

    Then again, what do I know?
    gloomba38on January 23, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI believe this song is about the Morningstar's fall from graces.
    The HPon March 02, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti think its talking about people who lead other people away from the the Truth(jesus). And how people try to get others to believe there "religion", and that there religion is the only way to get to heaven. And how some people creat a plastic christianity thats not real. And that christianity isnt just a sucker with a bible verse on it, or a
    t-shirt....its somthing more. Its a relationship with God. Keep it REAL with God.

    Thats what i think the song means.
    squeakycheez07on March 17, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti like your meaning, squeakycheez07! Though i dont know if thats what this song really means... i've a feeling theres something more... and maybe its not just like a plastic religion or whatever.. but to me in the first verse it seems like they're talking about the pharasees and saduces and such.... people who are christians but figure its all just acting(You should listen to them but dont follow their example right?) kinda like a hypocrite... and such but what do i know o.o the last line i agree has something to do with Jesus being nailed to the cross though i dont understand why the 'with every foolish word you spit another nail you'll get' but yeaaa
    Tourniquet_faunson July 19, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis song is about a false prophet. Someone is leading people astray posing as a good Christian, and the writer of the song can see through the ploy.
    Skillet7on January 26, 2006   Link
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    General Commentat the end when he says he feels his lungs beginning to burn and With every foolish word that you spit, another nail you'll get. i feel like picking up an object and hitting them in the face with it until they die
    doofers69on March 12, 2006   Link
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    General CommentBtw, the guest vocalist is the singer from Extol... I'm almost positive that's who it is.
    knocloo27on March 15, 2006   Link
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    General Commentknocloo...try Brock Lindow from 36 Crazyfists (the best band ever)
    JudgeTheBloodon May 17, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthe
    I won't agree.
    Your remedy is a joke.

    I interpret this as people thinking abortion is a remedy to there problems

    I can't believe.
    That you can breathe and not choke.

    as how it is insane the fact that abortion is still legal in this country and we can breath while that is still going on and a civil war hasn't broken out because of the horifying fact that thousands of babies die everyday

    anyways thats one deep interpretation although probebly not the original one
    binarasteron April 04, 2007   Link

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