Sunday, June 13, 2010

UnderOath, Dude, Pt. 2

By Nick.
Having read these after finishing the article below, I think I might as well post the Lyrics to the most evil song ever, which was not written by Slayer, Marylin Manson, or Slipknot, but instead by a band which has been promoted as being Christian, and is sold in Christian bookstores.
I've been up at this all night
I've been drowning in my sleep
I've prayed for your safe place
And its time for us to leave

Time is running, its running on empty and the gas is running out
I've decided that tonight is the night
That I let love aside
Full speed ahead this seems to be the place
I've seen this once before
Planned perfection sought in my dreams
Hoping this could take you home

My knuckles have turned to white
There's no turning back tonight
Kiss me one last time

Around this turn where the cross will cast your shadow
The people will all gather
To remember such a day where the flames grew as high
as trees
And the world stopped just for you and me

My knuckles have turned to white
There's no turning back tonight (So hold on tight)
Kiss me one last time (Shut your eyes)

I will now bring new meaning to the word alone
Endless nights of dreaming of life
And the days we should have spent here

Drowning in my sleep, I'm drowning in my sleep

Glass shatters and comes to a hault
I thought we'd be there by now
I thought it would be so much quicker than this

Pain has never been so brilliant
I made sure you were buckled in
Now you can walk hand in hand with Him

Written by Underoath © 2004 814 Stops Today (ASCAP)/Thirsty Moon River Publishing (ASCAP)

This is about a real event, the death of Dallas Taylor's fiance' in a car wreck. Only in this version of the story, the driver of the car is trying to kill his fiance' so she can go to heaven and be with God. Is this creepy or what. I would almost rather listen to some blatantly vulgar AC/DC song rather than this creepy, death-obsessed track by a "Christian" band. My pity goes out to all the Christian kids who listen to this junk.

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