I Believe

SONG COMPOSERS, LYRICS AND BACKGROUND

LYRICS

(Why yes son, you know it’s for your own good)

Running from the chapel bells, in worlds of my own
I’m heading for the glass house to watch the things I’ve grown
Oh I know I caused an outrage, in my Sunday best
But I decide on my belief, and you can have the rest
I don’t look at you judgmentally, or in a scornful way
But this lonely heart survives as it beats from day to day
So should I grasp attention or suffocate my mind
Take out all your jealousy’s and hopefully you find

(Distance yourself from hate or else you’re going to fall)
(Come drink to the free spirit, all for one and one for all)

This is me unknowing, just in my pants and vest
And I decide in who I confide, and you just failed the test

Release your hands from my beliefs
I no longer need your guidance
(Roll up, roll up…)
(See the snakes, they’re all alive, they’re all alone)

Well come and watch me jump up, over St. Paul’s at noon
Throw a freaky bogus dance, across the face of the moon
These death defying acts well, they speak for themselves
You can drift along on your own
cloud, and I can take care of my own self

(Distance yourself from hate or else you’re going to fall)
(Come drink to the free spirit, all for one and one for all)

I believe.
This is my belief

COMPOSERS

BACKGROUND

References

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