Angel Below

Album: The Changing Of Times (2002)
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Songfacts®:

  • This song is about falling for a trick of Satan and being led away by God. Underoath is a Christian Metal band, and here their lead singer at the time, Dallas Taylor, sings about finding his true love (God) and how he will continue to "write the songs you hate," meaning Christian Rock. The band's drummer, Aaron Gillespie, is also a primary songwriter in the band, and he explained to us in 2011 that many of his early songs dealt with "trying to find out what God had for me." He would later release a Worship album as a solo artist called Anthem Song.

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