"New Religion" as written by and John Paul/purdy Pitts....
Welcome to your life
We have got you in our sights
And thoughts of God are better left alone
It's in your head black n' blue
What they told you wasn't true
Come along and fight with the unknown
The army's grown

We'll pray to all the wrong decisions
Whoa oh oh
This time you'll show all that you can be
Whoa oh oh
Grab your weapons now
We'll run against the crowd
And changing history

So, lets take the vow
We will show you how
Your time has come for the new religion
Your voice is proud
Be your savior now
The battle's won for the new religion

No one can defeat what the congregation speaks
Bound together the flag that we defend
They made a fool out of you
But you knew just what to do
Raise your fists up and stand until the end
Amen

We'll pray to all the wrong decisions
Whoa oh oh
This time you'll show all that you can be
Whoa oh oh
Grab your weapons now
We'll run against the crowd
And changing history

So, lets take the vow
We will show you how
Your time has come for the new religion
Your voice is proud, be your savior now
The battle's won for the new religion

Come now and imagine with me
Taking back a world that once was ours
Let's regain the power
And then we will end what we've begun

Lets take the vow,
We will show you how
Your time has come for the new religion
Your voice is proud
Be your savior now
The battle's won for the new religion

We are the unholy
We are the bastard sons of your media culture
Our minds, eyes and bodies were born of your exclusion
An illusion you hide behind
You don't love a god, you love your comfort
To you we are filth, we are dirty, so be it
We are dirty and unclean, a congregation of the unseen
Together we will set this world on fire
This is the new religion
Amen


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"New Religion" as written by Josh Abraham Luke Walker

Lyrics © CYPMP, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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    My InterpretationWell Andy stated that he grew up in a reasonably traditional Christian family and afterwards he said although its nice and comforting and all he doesn't think its likely for there to be anything after death. This is basically summed up with "You don't love a god, you love your comfort" That's the thing with religion, (Whether you believe in any or not) Its comforting to think there is a higher power, ya'know. Like that thought process of "At Least if I die I go to a better place" kinda thing. Besides that I think its great as personally I hate religion and see at as propaganda ^-^

    Peace Out,
    ~Seyten~
    Seytenon December 26, 2012   Link

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