• This is about being raised a Christian in modern day society, then losing your faith. >>
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    Dan - Pittsburgh, PA
  • The title is intentionally misspelled.

Comments: 3

  • Paulo Pereira from UsaYes, intentionally misspelled, though on at least some of the official bootleg CDs, the correct spelling of 'faithful' is shown.
  • Linda from Norfolk, EnglandIt is faithfull- I think it's about a man and a woman having faith in each other.
  • Jam from Somewhere, Englandit's mostly spelt faithful but on the back of yield it's spelt faithfull. Probably just a mistake, but maybe not.
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