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Underoath – Too Bright To See Too Loud To Hear lyrics

Good God, if your song leaves our lips
If your work leaves our hands
Then we will be wonders and vagabonds
They will stare and say how empty we are
How the freedom we had turned us up as dead men

Let us be cold, make us weak
Let us, because we all have ears
Let us, because we all have eyes
Good God

How they knew that this would happen
They knew, they knew that this would

Good God, can you still get us home 8X

How can we still get home 4X (I'm not dreaming)
We're forgetting our forgiveness 4X

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    thewitnessSep 25, 2008 at 7:02 pm
    I think this song is talking about how, as Christians, if we walk away from what God has called us to and what we should be doing as Christians, then people will just scoff at us.
    People will realize that we tried to be changed, but in the end we failed and have ended up as empty people. But in the end, because of salvation, no matter how far we've fallen, because of God's forgiveness, we can still go to heaven.
    In a way, this song is a challenge to people. It encourages them to keep on in their Christian life, and, no matter what mistakes they've made, they can still come back to God.

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