Big Screen Lies

  • You've got to love how they portray Christianity
    Just a freak, another fool for the world to see
    Twisting and distorting all, making money too
    Mocking everything that's said, they don't have a clue, no

    Big-screen lies, it's no surprise
    I'm getting wise, to the big-screen lies

    It's the way it's always been, persecuting rules
    As the wolves lie in their den, sharpening their tools
    Feasting on the faith of those who dare to make it known
    As a warning to the foes, you'll reap what you've sown, oh yeah

    Big-screen lies, it's no surprise
    I'm getting wise, to the big-screen lies

    Big-screen lies, it's no surprise
    I'm getting wise, to the big-screen lies
    Big-screen lies, it's no surprise
    I'm getting wise, to the big-screen lies Writer/s: Michael Sweet
    Publisher: Bluewater Music Corp.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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