"Sin & Sacrifice" as written by and Bradley James/kendrick Fafara....
Regrets, night sweats
Occasional thoughts of suicide
Green light, I'm ok
Feeling fine, just a little tongue tied
Old habbits die hard and I've lived so fast
And I know its a long way down

tempting me
Tempting you
Tempting us in all that we do
Can't make a move
Show me a sign
What's your will
Its a...

long long way
Between sin and sacrifice
Long long way
Between sin and sacrifice

lost sleep, count sheep
Can't seem to get my mind off of things
Toss and turn, candles burn
Grinding teeth at night endlessly
Old habbits die hard and I've lived so fast
And I know its a long way down

tempting me
Tempting you
Tempting us in all we do
Can't make a move
Show me a sign
What's your will
Its a...

long long way
Between sin and sacrifice
Long long way
Between sin and sacrifice
Long long way
Between sin and sacrifice
Long long way
Between sin and sacrifice

I'm burning internally
I'm burning
I'm burning internally
I'm burning
Its a...

long long way
Between sin and sacrifice
Long long way
Between sin and sacrifice
Long long way
Between sin and sacrifice






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"Sin & Sacrifice" as written by Jeffrey Hayne Kendrick Bradley James Fafara

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    General CommentIt seems to me it's about having succumbed to temptation and commited 'sin' - 'Tempting me, tempting you, tempting us in all we do'. Obviously what the 'sin' is isn't specified and is meant to be interpreted personally by the listener. The song talks about the 'sacrifices' made because of this... 'Regrets, night sweats, occasional thoughts of suicide' etc. The chorus refers to how you don't think of the consequences when you're commit the crime, as it were. Such a powerful song, Dez's vocals are amazing, so raw.
    Millertronon June 24, 2007   Link

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