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Don't ask me what you know is true
Don't have to tell you, I love your precious heart
I, I was standing, you were there
Two worlds collided and they could never tear us apart

We could live for a thousand years but if I hurt you, I'd make wine from your tears
I told you that we could fly, 'cause we all have wings but some of us don't know why
I was standing, you were there
Two worlds collided and they could never ever tear us apart

I (Don't ask me), I was standing (What you know is true), you were there (Worlds collided)
Two worlds collided (We're shining through) and they could never tear us apart
You (Don't ask me), you were standing (What you know is true), I was there (Worlds collided)
Two worlds collided (We're shining through) and they could never tear us apart
I, I was standing, you were there, two worlds collided…



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  • CanadianBroad
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    CanadianBroadDec 2, 2010 at 4:01 pm
    @ revelation:

    You know what? how about you keep your stupid Bronze Age myths to yourself? Where'd you hear that f'd up interpretation? At "Bible College"?

    I personally don't need the guidance of ancient goat-herders and legalists (Paul was a lawyer, did you know that?) to tell me how to live my life.

    This song is talking about love between people from different backgrounds in life ... It's waaay closer to Romeo & Juliet than to the bible.
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    lyrics22Nov 27, 2010 at 11:17 am
    it is so sad to read this pointless messages about god and Satan, first of all grave those books that you read, and put them to use, make a big donation to recycle paper... second you have no idea what you are even transmitting to people there is no Armageddon nor a lake of fire there never was, hell is not real nor is Satan... if you really want to get some knowledge go to a Jewish library and get some real books, and find out where all the bull that you read really comes from and what is really true...
    live and let live... no one tells you to do this or that, dont tell people if they dont they well end up in the lake of fire, you really sound like an ignorant ... i really hope g_d will open your mind.. because your brainwashed..
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    revelationNov 29, 2009 at 9:04 pm
    michael huthence is much deeper than the public gives him credit for. the song never tear us apart refers to the book of revelation or sometimes referenced the alpha & omega. It is the marriage of the lamb between church and the 2nd coming of christ.
    -i love your precious heart refers to gods warm heart.
    -two world collide refers to the rapture of the church(armageddon) and a final last revolt of satan vs. christs 2nd coming.
    -we could(key word)live for 1000 yrs refers to all that believe(listen to lenny kravitz's song believe) are rewarded w/eternity into the 1000 yr millenium while all others are thrown into the lake of fire.
    -i told you that we could fly refers to one of the many rewards in the new heavens & earth.
    -i'd make wine from your tears refers to one of the many miracles performed by christ 2000+ yrs ago when he turned water into wine.
    for those that have no idea what i am talking about,try reading "the bible for dummies"or "the bible for stupid people" but the authors should have used the word"ignorance" somewhere in the title. i would suggest throwing in the towel and just have your sights set on the "lake of fire".

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