Who’s the liar, who saved who
Judgment was the choice you made (a choice you made)
And pews aren’t quite as inviting as you portray
Try as you may but, you’re a wreck and respect
Could be something you can look into finding,
Yourself before, you find me face down thirty miles on September seventh
Still searching for the reason, (and that reason is you, and that reason is you)
(Always standing tall), back so far from the wall
(Real Men) will be found with their face flat on the ground
This is just, short of a disaster,
Rocks don’t take to kindly straight to my chest
Hand motionless, the grasp is gone
Its people like you that turn kids away from God (its people like you)(4x)

I’m not afraid at all
I know it’s hard to hear
You want me scared, but some want you dead



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    General CommentI think this song is referring to the Christians or "so called Christians" that think they know all there is to know about God and feel that they have the right to look down and sit in judement on people that are struggling in their faith or in their walk with God. The clincher to my statements is when he sings...

    "Its people like you that turn kids away from God (its people like you)"...

    ...This directly addresses those people who are condemning and sitting in judgment of those who may be struggling or searching to find God. When Christians sit in judgment, it makes those that they are condemning want to turn away from that person and the God that they are serving because they have been discouraged and looked down on... This song can also be interpreted as a call to encourage and never discourage.
    YoureFired2011on May 29, 2008   Link

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