"Untitled" as written by and Ed Roland....
Who have I left to please?
Take what you've yet to seize
No more questioning
'Cause love is what love should be
Unveil to me all that you want me to do
But why should I stop bearing allegiance to you?
See I don't believe in the sorcerers or the preachers
I just believe in you
And I don't believe in the scholars of the wise men
I just believe in you
What have I left to prove?
I speak all the words you choose
Confine me in walls of truth
'Cause love does what love should do
No more sentence
All of my pain has been freed
Why should this end when your mercy's all I need?
See, I don't believe in the sorcerers or the preachers
I just believe in you
And I don't believe in the scholars or the wise men
I just believe in you

Lyrics submitted by Demau Senae

"Untitled" as written by Ed Roland


Lyrics powered by LyricFind

Untitled song meanings
Add your thoughts


sort form View by:
  • +1
    General CommentIt is "Untitled" because nobody knows the name of God. God is undefinable. VERY intentional title by Ed.
    MBTankersleyon March 23, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General Commentman that's why the title "untitled" works. According to the Bible, his name is Jehovah. Quran, its Allah. Different reigions different names. Ed uses the lyrics "I don't believe in the sorcerers or the preachers" Those are the people who give God a name.

    I interpret this song as a being a personal relationship with God outside of any structure. Any person can have a relationship with God regardless of what they call him - hence the title is "untitled" to prevent deterring any person from relating to it.
    rjf211on April 05, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis is a pretty clear theistic song. They are asserting their belief in God as He has revealed Himself, not as people have taught about Him. It is not their miracles or sweet words that have earned their faith, but rather the existence of God has prompted belief.
    nofameloston October 17, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General CommentWhat I think is unusual about this song is that they couldn't come up with a "title." So they called it "Untitled." Which is sorta like responding No Comment to a reporter's question. "No comment" is a comment, and "Untitled" is a title! Heh heh...

    There are many titles that would have been appropriate for this song. "Untitled" seems to be quiet intentional?
    stoolhardyon December 09, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General CommentGod does have a name. It is "Jehovah" Please look up Psalms 83:18 to see for yourself. If you find God's name has been replaced by "Lord" or "God" ask Jehovah's Witnesses why churches today have done so, next time they are calling around your area.

    I believe that in this song they are verifying their belief in God, but are not too sure what else they have to do for him.
    ryan brownon March 26, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentBasically, you guys are spot on about what this song's about, but just to delve into it a bit deeper. It's about having your own personal relationship with some sort of higher being outside the influence of organized religion. The song is untitled for a reason, because "God" can not have a name, "God" is something we can not possibly hope to understand as human beings. This song transcends those boundaries and outlines that theme very specifically. The angst and heavy riffs in the music define that quite clearly.

    You don't need to call yourself a "Christian" or "Muslim" or "Jew" to have spirituality and a relationship with god, and you definitely don't need organized religion telling you how to believe. Ed shows us that with these words here.
    ebannawon April 28, 2010   Link

Add your thoughts

Log in now to tell us what you think this song means.

Don’t have an account? Create an account with SongMeanings to post comments, submit lyrics, and more. It’s super easy, we promise!

Back to top