MyLast Words


Believe Me


I want to talk about a religion
It's sprouting up everywhere

'Tis a vlie little set of rules and beliefs
Based on Godless heathens

The group I speak of is Atheism
They call themselves Atheists

Now it's not that they don't believe
It's to say that they believe in nots

They believe in not praying
They believe in not preaching
They believe in never shutting their eyes

They have no trust
They won't submit
They're all high on their own logic

They believe in no God
so
They believe in no hope
so
They believe you cannot succeed

Now if you're a believer like me
And oh believe me; I am

Then let me ask you one simple question:
Do you believe a word I just said?

Submitted: Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Edited: Thursday, September 05, 2013

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