I believe that justice is the same thing as the law
So I conform my opinion to whatever I've been told
I'll admit that I just shrug, and I don't dwell on it at all
When I hear some unfortunate hound got thrown in with the wolves

'Cause deep down I know that the innocent always go free
That there's someone who's watching the watchers--it doesn't have to be me
It's easy to trust that things are going as they should
As long as it's no one I know getting nailed onto the wood

It's no surprise he was arrested--he should have held his peace
That's what you get for speaking out in troubled times like these
He said, "We've gone astray from where we were when this began."
I'm sure it'll all be fine if we just stick to the plan

'Cause deep down I know that the innocent always go free
That there's someone who's watching the watchers--it doesn't have to be me
It's easy to trust that things are going as they should
As long as it's no one I know getting nailed onto the wood

(Who dies?
It takes four crows to pierce the flesh
Three to pull the insides out
Two to eat the final scraps
And one to push the bones about)


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

Golgotha song meanings
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