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Bibles and Crosses, Never Alone

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Bibles and Crosses, Never Alone

Falling from life's tower, Felling the glass of breath shatter.

Seeing the rebel's heart lose power, We questioned "When did our resistance even matter?"

We won't die alone, We're not ready to enter the holy throne.

Now for the blessed we fight, Now with a bible and a cross we make it right.

We may speak lonely words but we're never alone, For this I have shown.

We say our prayers, Because its the only thing that we know.

As we open the gate and climb Heaven's stairs, we wonder why our lives had to go.

We won't die alone, We're not ready to enter the holy throne.

Now for the blessed we fight, Now with a bible and a cross we make it right.

We may speak lonely words but we're never alone, For this I have shown.

Our will, His will shall be done, The devils shall suffer for eternity.

When peace and faith become one, We'll be there preaching in the city.

And when chaos and faithlessness become one, Jesus will be there to cast away the demons.

His will be done, Warmness from the suns.

We won't die alone, We're not ready to enter the holy throne.

Now for the blessed we fight, Now with a bible and a cross we make it right.

We may speak lonely words but we're never alone, For this I have shown.

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