Die For A Lie

Album: Anvil Is Anvil (2016)
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  • Sacrifice in the name of God
    Ultimate price and the cause of fraud
    So many died for their belief
    All the murderous lies and grief
    Controlling people with the fear of God
    Cower before his staff and rod

    Die for a lie
    Living by the book
    Die for a lie
    It's all been mistook

    Archaic world from which it came
    All the dead and all the shame
    The truth will rise for us to see
    Conflicting lies buried where they should be

    Die for a lie
    Living by the book
    Die for a lie
    Have another look

    Archaeology will one day show
    The more we learn, the more we know
    Where we come from and where we've been
    What is our purpose and what does it mean?
    Bow down and fall to your knees
    Damned to hell, if you please

    Die for a lie
    Living by the book
    Die for a lie
    Have another look Writer/s: Robb Reiner, Steven Kudlow
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