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I don't know, I got something completely different from everyone. I personally think that the song is about a woman whose husband died (I've got nowhere, no one, without you boy I'm done). She feels guilty and thinks it is her fault. She becomes suicidal (And it's not the answer but I can't carry on)she also says,"but I've chains and you got wings, you know that life ain't fair sometimes...", she thinks that even if she killed herself she wouldn't get to be with him in heaven but would instead be sent to hell. Hence the lyrics "but I've been cast down, thrown out, when I crossed to the other side, no devils don't fly!" I don't know this is what the song made me think but maybe it's because I'm on the younger side and don't know a lot about Natalia Kills but this is my opinion and I stand by it. Read more →
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Meaning added by InspiredMp3
Is it mere coincidence that one whose early life saw him exposed to the wild to tend his father's flock would later become the Shepherd King to head the of affairs of a nation. It's agreeable that exposed to nature's beauty and the dangers that lurk in such serenity inspired the little shepherd boy's poetry to document the fact that while he was out in the wild something or someone supernatural was with him all through. Like a two pronged pitch fork David acknowledges God and foretells in a timeless piece the darkest part of Jesus Christ’s earthly life. The trilogy formed by Psalm 22, 23, and 24 points this out. Shepherd's call resounds the tone beautifully scripted by David the Shepherd King that has inspired an assurance in God through the ages with a few insertions by Jay Peters which were all culled from the Bible making this music piece 98.9% God's word. Just as the words of this song has endured through time, Jay Peters sends a gentle message of the one who inspired such tenderness. Jehovah! The one whose Mercies endures forever. Read more →
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Meaning added by Henry Brash Jr.
This song is meant to give hope in a world with so many uncertainties of life. In spite of all that is happening around us, there is a way out through Jesus the savior. A lot of natural disasters are occurring all around the world and if you don't understand why or what it's all leading to you could get very scared and discouraged but if you know there is a way out or that there is an answer to what it all means you can make an intelligent decision regarding your life's decisions. For me, there is hope in this song, lots of hope. Read more →