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Mark Lind – Dagger lyrics

You want to legislate your moral code?
I don't care if you believe in God but don't force your faith on me
Don't force your faith on me
Dropping bombs on the Middle East won't reserve you no special seat
When you reach them pearly gates
With your heart so full of hate
You bible thumpers and you Doomsday priests,
What would Jesus say about you and say about me?

He'd say "won't you take that dagger from my heart?"

I thought it was about what's right and wrong
The same old people sing the same old song
And you pass judgment around
And I pass judgment around
The Ten Commandments in a court of law
And a decision ain't ok with God
Don't force your faith on me
Don't force your faith on me

You bible thumpers and you Doomsday priests,
What would Jesus say about you and say about me?
He'd say "won't you take that dagger from my heart?"



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