There Is No God

Album: Waiting For The Punchline (1995)
  • So you're a self proclaimed messiah
    Or maybe a blasphemes liar
    A clever hypnotic hoax
    A hallowed heretic coax
    Who tells these stories so old
    No, never the same twice told
    Speaking in distorted truths
    I see that Thomas wants some proof
    Did you come to heal the sick
    With one more magician's trick
    Ye generation seeks a sign
    While blind keeps leading the blind

    So you say there is no god
    Just a clever man's charade
    A once upon a fairy tales fraud
    Has god made man or man made god

    There is no god
    Confused thy talk in parables
    Accused thou walk in parallels
    A simple game of Simon says
    This month's flavor sciences
    Today's fact, tomorrow's fiction
    Leave the rest to superstition
    If knowledge comes from learning books
    Wisdom comes from discerning looks
    A fool that says there is no god
    Don't feel for that sorry sod
    Who needs proof then he'll believe
    I wonder if he's been deceived

    There is no god Writer/s: GARY F. CHERONE, NUNO BETTENCOURT, PATRICK BADGER
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 5

  • Rocco from Tucson, AzComing from the same person who is credited for writing this:

    “Little girl come out and play
    I got some candy for my baby
    It's your sweet sixteenth birthday celebration
    Thank heaven for little girls who
    Grow up in a most peculiar way
    You might think she's too young for me
    (Little girls)
    You know I always say you're as young as you feel
    (As you feel)
    Yeah, I might be crazy 'cause I like them so young
    (Little girls)
    But with little girls the best is yet to come come
    (Yet to come)
    Some they say I'm too old for her
    Old enough to be her father
    Incestual blood is thicker than water
    Do what's right not morally wrong
    Flesh and blood can only be so strong
    And it's my god not yours I'll have to answer
    Thank heaven for little girls who
    Grow up in a most peculiar way”

  • Ron B. from Pittston, PaI Love the music to this song, and I understand that the lead singer Gary Cherone says it's not an "anti-God" song. Unfortunately, to most radio listeners, that does not come across. Many songs including this one don't have enough overt references to the true meaning of the lyrics. The most prevalent part of most songs is in the Chorus. Sadly because the singer rants "There Is No God" so much, during the chorus, that this is the message most will hear. Most people just won't pick apart all of the lyrics. It's a shame because the music is so good.
  • Keefe from SingaporeBelief based on lack of evidence is a LIE!
  • Rocio from Canberra , Australiaagreed... the man has a point! and he says it brilliantly!
  • Trogbob from San Diego, Cainteresting stuff...
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