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Muse – Thoughts Of A Dying Atheist lyrics

Eerie whispers
Trapped beneath my pillow
Won't let me sleep
Your memories

And I know you're in this room
I'm sure I heard you sigh
Floating in between
Where our worlds collide

Scares the hell out of me
And the end is all I can see
And it scares the hell out of me
And the end is all I can see

And I know the moment's near
And there's nothing you can do
Look through a faithless eye
Are you afraid to die?

It scares the hell out of me
And the end is all I can see
And it scares the hell out of me
And the end is all I can see

It scares the hell out of me
And the end is all I can see
And it scares the hell out of me
And the end is all I can see



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    seethelightMay 24, 2008 at 4:10 pm
    The song title explains it all really. Imagine laying in bed knowing our about to die. Your scared shitless because you have gone around your whole life saying there isn't a God and now you think there might be, your hoping there is and if there is all you know about him is what you have heard from fundamentalists. You were taught to fear God. Don't fear God. God loves us all and its okay to die. This songs makes me feel good believe it or not.

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