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Thrice – Wood & Wire lyrics
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"Towards the thing I most desire" he wants to die because there is something much greater after this life. To be stuck in jail for something you didn't do. All you would have is your Faith. If you truly believe in J. C. And in life after death, then why want to stay in a state of torture? I think that is the best line of this song.
Discovering Thrice was one of the best things that could of ever happened to me because I was so angry before I found God again. Now the little things don't bother me so much. Life is good.
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UnregisteredOct 4, 2011 at 9:58 am
There is no paradise waiting for any of us after death. 5000 year old fables hold no bearing on reality, no matter how often they are referred to in music, film, or other media. Those who believe in what they cannot prove are dreamers, weak willed people who need answers, and seek to plug knowledge gaps with god, in a similar fashion to a toddler grasping his or her blanket for comfort. Weak and pathetic.
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