What You Believe

Album: Black Labyrinth (2018)
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  • What you believe is the religion
    And your entire devotion is dedicated to believing
    And there's no room for God in it
    And there's no room for God in it
    And there's no room for God in it

    They're lying
    This is the greatest story never told
    They're trying
    To keep us from away from the secrets they hold
    This is disgusting
    They keep the human race in check and they do what they're told
    We are realising
    There are some questions that can't be answered or be sold

    What you believe is your religion
    What you receive is what you've given
    I don't need anyone from above to tell me what to do
    I'm gonna do what I'm gonna do

    This is disgusting
    They keep the human race in check as they do what they're told
    We are realising
    There are some questions that can't be answered or be sold

    What you believe is your religion
    What you receive is what you're given
    I don't need anyone from above to tell me what to do
    I'm gonna do what I'm gonna do

    What is it that you can't find
    Gruelling emptiness inside
    Going
    What is it that you can't find
    Gruelling emptiness inside
    Going

    What you believe is your religion
    What you receive is what you've given
    I don't need anyone from above to tell me what to do
    I'm gonna do what I'm gonna doWriter/s: Jonathan Davis
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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