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| December 29, 2008, 11:26 am
thanks all for joining i will give you ranks based on how i like ur creations and your popularity (what others think)!
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| December 29, 2008, 1:24 pm
 Group admin 
Sweet! Can I help choose ranks?
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| December 29, 2008, 1:31 pm
Quoting General Frankie
Sweet! Can I help choose ranks?

Sure! Go ahead, I might tweak some ranks and things but go ahead! I won't change much. :)
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| December 29, 2008, 1:58 pm
How did you (Frankie and Ben) get so famous?
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| December 29, 2008, 2:08 pm
No problem. Welcome to you and Miggy. I'm guessing Frankie invited you Miggy?
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| December 29, 2008, 3:23 pm
 Group admin 
I didn't invite no one. I don't know how you do that?
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| December 29, 2008, 3:24 pm
Oh, well just to tell you, you do it by going to the group home, go to view all members, go to Invite or remove members and search the names of people you want to invite, then press invite. Feel free to invite others but not too many! :)
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| December 29, 2008, 4:15 pm
Hello all! I have accepted the invitation and am now member of this group. I wonder what my rank will be..
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| December 29, 2008, 4:42 pm
Hey, whoever someone put me back at admin because I created the group. C'mon!
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| December 29, 2008, 5:10 pm
not just moderator a admin!
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| December 29, 2008, 5:25 pm
now im not even a moderator. im getting mad. who put me down? put me back up to admin!
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| December 29, 2008, 5:29 pm
 Group admin 
There I fixed you. I wonder who is doing this. I hope it doesn't happen to me.
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| December 29, 2008, 5:31 pm
Thank you Frankie. I just put everybody down just for now. I'm gonna figure out who did this and put the right guys back at admin.
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| December 29, 2008, 5:33 pm
 Group admin 
Okay
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| December 29, 2008, 5:33 pm
just tell me honestly, if you did please tell me and I wont remove you from the group.
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| December 29, 2008, 5:40 pm
Hmm..I dunno who did it. I wasn't at MOCpages when it happened cause the last thing I did before leaving is readingg stuff on this group, then I went off, then came back..
By the way - what do you have to do to become Admin? And how would it be possible to remove the creator's rank? I hope Sean will fix it so it won't ever happen anymore..I mean it's unacceptable to change the group creator's rank.
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| December 29, 2008, 5:40 pm
hey put me back to admin!
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| December 29, 2008, 5:41 pm
and im back at admin.
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| December 29, 2008, 5:43 pm
I'm going offline soon, I'm tired.. But I'll be back tommorow!
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| December 29, 2008, 5:44 pm
 Group admin 
It was my account but I didn't do it, my idiot friend here thought it would be funny to mess with you guys. He has an account here it is Clone Commander Rad.
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| December 29, 2008, 5:45 pm
to become admin, it will be hard. I will decide rankings and that will be a ranking not admin or moderator. since someone has been playing around with their admin position, it will be harder to become admin because I want things to be orderly and I want it to be fair for everyone.
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| December 29, 2008, 5:46 pm
Oh and I might post my contest entry tommorow, my new webcam arrived today and I will test it out - I hope it makes a bit less blurry pics. But I'm going now! Bye.
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| December 29, 2008, 5:47 pm
 Group admin 
My friend was using my account to mess with you guys. While I was in the bathroom he started making people mad.
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| December 29, 2008, 5:48 pm
it could only be an admin and only miggy, frankie, ben, and me were admin at the time so it was either ben, frankie, or miggy. I doubt that it was frankie or ben because their both nice and frankie fixed me back to admin. I dont even know miggy and dont know how he got to admin. I will try to straighten things out and bring it back to normal where it is fair. sorry all for the problems and this boring comment. :0
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| December 29, 2008, 5:49 pm
i dont know. Maybe Sean will fix.
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| December 29, 2008, 5:51 pm
oh, sorry miggy
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| December 29, 2008, 5:52 pm
 Group admin 
My friend has an acount here. His name is Clone Commander Rad.
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| December 29, 2008, 5:52 pm
maybe, ill see
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| December 29, 2008, 5:55 pm
welcome fed
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| December 29, 2008, 6:03 pm
hey peala (tsc defender).....i was looking for you to invite you but i couldn't find you. Thanks for joining! :)
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| December 29, 2008, 6:41 pm
hey Hunter, I read some of your comments and found out that your a Christian too! COOL!
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| December 29, 2008, 7:02 pm
sry I didnt see your comments Frankie on your friend. thx for telling me. :)
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| December 29, 2008, 11:07 pm
is any one even on?
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| December 29, 2008, 11:09 pm
Meh. This is not good.
I tried to make pictures of my contest entry - but my new webcam wasn't working on this filming program, then tried to use my older one..but I couldn't get normal pictures! They are all blurry! Man..I'm having a worse time..
I gave up..might try again later, but this is just annoying..
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| December 30, 2008, 7:35 am
when do you give the members a rank
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| December 30, 2008, 10:10 am
I'm gonna try to work out ranks with Frankie and some other soon.
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| December 30, 2008, 10:27 am
Hey! I'm not on the membesr list anymore!
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| December 30, 2008, 11:36 am
Ur on the member list.
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| December 30, 2008, 11:58 am
 Group admin 
Thanks for asking me to join Ben.
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| December 30, 2008, 12:00 pm
No problem, Thanks for letting me join!
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| December 30, 2008, 12:03 pm
 Group moderator 
Thanks again for letting me join and I've been a moderator in past only once on another lego site and I know I was good at it too but could someone tell me how it works exactly so where on the same page? I think the other time I was moderator It had rules so I just want to be clear on everything!
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| December 30, 2008, 12:03 pm
 Group admin 
I heard you guys mention rankings but I didn't see anything about them. Have they not been made yet?
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| December 30, 2008, 12:09 pm
Sorry, we havn't made any ranks yet because new people are joining and I havn't had a chance to. I'll try to get them ASAP.
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| December 30, 2008, 12:17 pm
In Response to Forrest: Moderator is where you delete others comments if necessary and right now its just kinda your rank until I can work everything out.
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| December 30, 2008, 12:19 pm
Sorry, I'm gonna put everybody back to normal for a sec until I post the ranks. I should be done in a few seconds.
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| December 30, 2008, 12:29 pm
These are the rankings:

Council Member
Me (Ben Jammin - Creater of Group)
Frankie
J
Ben

Jedi Master
Tom
Clutch
Miggy
Fed
Hunter
Peala

Jedi Knight
Daa Bob
Lior Badichi
Forrest
Commander Jaller
Daniel First
Wolf
ORDO
star wars
Darren

Apprentice / Padawan
Bart Smeets
Darth Sidious
Lukas

Sorry if you didn't get the rank you wanted. I tried to be fair and you can prove yourself to be a higher rank when you do your MOC's!
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| December 30, 2008, 12:45 pm
Oh, you don't have to change your name either!
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| December 30, 2008, 12:45 pm
 Group admin 
Wow! Thanks for making me a council member and a Admin.
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| December 30, 2008, 12:48 pm
No problem, you deserve it, J!
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| December 30, 2008, 12:50 pm
I might post my contest entry today. I am also working on another MOC..
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| December 30, 2008, 1:51 pm
Okay
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| December 30, 2008, 2:03 pm
I have posted my contest entry! Go check it out. Sorry if the pictures are a bit blurry, but my webcam makes crappy pictures and my other one doesn't work..
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| December 30, 2008, 4:11 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Ben Jammin
In Response to Forrest: Moderator is where you delete others comments if necessary and right now its just kinda your rank until I can work everything out.
Ok thanks I just wanted to know for sure. Thanks!

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| December 30, 2008, 6:28 pm
Hunter, how'd you get banned from E.O.T.S.C. or whatever its called?

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| December 31, 2008, 12:19 pm
today last day to post entries for my contest!
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| December 31, 2008, 12:19 pm
 Group admin 
I think he got banned for being in the AoT. Fed don't want members from it in his group.
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| December 31, 2008, 12:20 pm
oh, okay
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| December 31, 2008, 12:24 pm
This is Commander J (Colonel)'s Contest

Commander J (Colonel)
The contest is going to be a Clone wars ground vhicle contest. It can be republic or CIS but it has to be a ground vhicle. It can be real or made up. The judging will go like this:

Size: 10 points

Detail: 10 points

Accuracy:(If it is real not made up) 5 points.

Moving parts: (Like opending doors and rotating turrets.) 5 points

The most points you can get is 30.

I have it set so each person can only post 1 creation. That one creation will be your contest entry. It will go back to unlimited when the contest is over. The due date is January 30th. So you have 1 month.

Now on to the fun part, PRIZES!!! Ok, the prizes go like this.

First Place: Become the third admin and get six 5 star ratings on creations of your choice.

Second Place: Gets six 5 star ratings on creations of your choice.

Third place: Gets four 5 star ratings on creations of your choice.

If you have any questions feel free to ask.
| December 31, 2008, 10:23 am
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| December 31, 2008, 1:24 pm
Who will join?
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| December 31, 2008, 1:26 pm
 Group admin 
Thanks for posting my contest on this.
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| December 31, 2008, 1:29 pm
I will join this contest!
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| January 1, 2009, 4:49 am
Hey guys, my biggest bestest ship needs more views and likes! :o Go to: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/87311 and rate and comment! Please!
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| January 1, 2009, 3:38 pm
I'm working on adding a link to each of our members websites. Also if you guys could add a link to this group from your homepage it would be great. Thank you!
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| January 1, 2009, 5:10 pm
Why did all the moderatets get changed back to normal?
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| January 1, 2009, 10:57 pm
I have no idea. Who did? I need to find out.
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| January 2, 2009, 4:11 pm
Hey where do you get big baseplates?
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| January 2, 2009, 9:15 pm
 Group admin 
Drunk voice: Ya get tem at Wal Mart(burp)Uhhhhh. I don't know I'm crazy ok! Not drunk!
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| January 2, 2009, 9:18 pm
 Group admin 
Drunk voice: GJNSACZXERUOGB! UHJNB KJKMNYT NUO't OIMJN. HUIHJBJH $#!+ JKHGJOGL!
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| January 2, 2009, 9:21 pm
Quoting General Frankie
Drunk voice: Ya get tem at Wal Mart(burp)Uhhhhh. I don't know I'm crazy ok! Not drunk!

I've never seen them at Walmart but your very very funny :P
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| January 2, 2009, 9:35 pm
 Group admin 
Hangover voice: You can, uhhh get them on lego.com uhhhhh.
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| January 2, 2009, 9:36 pm
Hello, Ben, I accept your offer.
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| January 2, 2009, 11:16 pm
What the? Who changed me back to normal member? Could I be admin please?
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| January 3, 2009, 12:10 pm
Quoting Commander/General Jaller
What the? Who changed me back to normal member? Could I be admin please?

It happened to everybody.
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| January 3, 2009, 12:12 pm
Quoting Clan Father Tom Olivieri: I.K.
It happened to everybody.


I know, but I want to know who did it..
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| January 3, 2009, 12:15 pm
Quoting Commander/General Jaller

I know, but I want to know who did it..

Nobody knows.
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| January 3, 2009, 12:15 pm
Could someone change us back to Mods/Admins?
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| January 3, 2009, 12:18 pm
Someone change me back..
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| January 4, 2009, 8:53 am
 Group moderator 
I have a question whether members can post their contests in this group in the creations folder or should we let admins start contests later on?
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| January 4, 2009, 12:55 pm
there now most of you are back. :) i wonder who did it.
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| January 6, 2009, 9:07 pm
Quoting Council Member Ben Jammin (Shadow Trooper)
there now most of you are back. :) i wonder who did it.


Hey, I just found out I'm a moderator! Thanks, Ben! By the way, did you get my invitation to the LEGO Star Wars Guild?
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| January 6, 2009, 11:12 pm
Oh, wait, I just checked the Guild page and you joined already.
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| January 6, 2009, 11:14 pm
So, do we do MOC-offs an' stuff? to get higher in r4nk? or is it just b3tt3r MOCs?
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| January 7, 2009, 10:48 am
Hey, thx Brickdoctor, for the guild invitation, Dan (can I call you that?) if I see that someone does better MOCs or just someting really cool than I might move them up.
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| January 9, 2009, 10:43 pm
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ok... this is for real.. longest title ever... i think... il have to see first: I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home The year was nineteen forty one I was eight years old and Far far too young To know that the stories Of battles and glory Was a tale a kind mother Made up for her son You see Dad was a traveling preacher Teaching the words of the Teacher But mother had sworn Went off to the war And died there with honor Somewhere on a beach there But he left once to never return Which taught me that I should unlearn Whatever I thought a father should be I abandoned that thought Like he abandoned me By forty seven I was fourteen I'd acquired a taste for liquor and nicotine I smoked until I threw up Yet I still lit 'em up for thirty more years Like a machine So right there you have it That one filthy habit Is what got me where I am today I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I got married on my twenty first Eight months before my wife would give birth It's easier to be sure you love someone When her father inquires with the barrel of a gun The union was far from harmonious No two people could have been more alone than us The years would go by and she'd love someone else And I realized I hadn't been loved yet myself And there's your typical spiel Yeah if life was a highway I was drunk at the wheel I was helping the loose ends All fall apart Yeah I swear I was destined to fail And fail from the start I bowled about six times a week The bottle of Beam kept the memories from me The marriage had taken a seven-ten split Along with my pride the ex-wife took the kids I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I was so scared of Jesus But He sought me out Like the cancer in my lungs That's killing me now And I've given up hope On the days I have left But I cling to the hope Of my life in the next Then Jesus showed up Said "Before we go" "I thought that we might reminisce" "See one night in your life" "When you turned out the light" "You asked for and prayed for my forgiveness" You cried wolf The tears they soaked your fur The blood dripped from your fangs You said, "What have I done?" You loved that lamb With every sinful bone And there you wept alone Your heart was so contrite You said, "Jesus, please forgive me of my crimes Sanctify this withered heart of mine Stay with me until my life is through And on that day please take me home with you" I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear You whisper to me, "It's time to leave You'll never be lonely again" But this was my deathbed I died there alone When I closed my eyes tonight You carried me home [Jon Foreman of Switchfoot sings, as the voice of Jesus:] I am the Way Follow Me And take My hand And I am the Truth Embrace Me and you'll understand And I am the Light And for Me you'll live again For I am Love I ok... this is for real.. longest title ever... i think... il have to see first: I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home The year was nineteen forty one I was eight years old and Far far too young To know that the stories Of battles and glory Was a tale a kind mother Made up for her son You see Dad was a traveling preacher Teaching the words of the Teacher But mother had sworn Went off to the war And died there with honor Somewhere on a beach there But he left once to never return Which taught me that I should unlearn Whatever I thought a father should be I abandoned that thought Like he abandoned me By forty seven I was fourteen I'd acquired a taste for liquor and nicotine I smoked until I threw up Yet I still lit 'em up for thirty more years Like a machine So right there you have it That one filthy habit Is what got me where I am today I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I got married on my twenty first Eight months before my wife would give birth It's easier to be sure you love someone When her father inquires with the barrel of a gun The union was far from harmonious No two people could have been more alone than us The years would go by and she'd love someone else And I realized I hadn't been loved yet myself And there's your typical spiel Yeah if life was a highway I was drunk at the wheel I was helping the loose ends All fall apart Yeah I swear I was destined to fail And fail from the start I bowled about six times a week The bottle of Beam kept the memories from me The marriage had taken a seven-ten split Along with my pride the ex-wife took the kids I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I was so scared of Jesus But He sought me out Like the cancer in my lungs That's killing me now And I've given up hope On the days I have left But I cling to the hope Of my life in the next Then Jesus showed up Said "Before we go" "I thought that we might reminisce" "See one night in your life" "When you turned out the light" "You asked for and prayed for my forgiveness" You cried wolf The tears they soaked your fur The blood dripped from your fangs You said, "What have I done?" You loved that lamb With every sinful bone And there you wept alone Your heart was so contrite You said, "Jesus, please forgive me of my crimes Sanctify this withered heart of mine Stay with me until my life is through And on that day please take me home with you" I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear You whisper to me, "It's time to leave You'll never be lonely again" But this was my deathbed I died there alone When I closed my eyes tonight You carried me home [Jon Foreman of Switchfoot sings, as the voice of Jesus:] I am the Way Follow Me And take My hand And I am the Truth Embrace Me and you'll understand And I am the Light And for Me you'll live again For I am Love I am Lovok... this is for real.. longest title ever... i think... il have to see first: I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home The year was nineteen forty one I was eight years old and Far far too young To know that the stories Of battles and glory Was a tale a kind mother Made up for her son You see Dad was a traveling preacher Teaching the words of the Teacher But mother had sworn Went off to the war And died there with honor Somewhere on a beach there But he left once to never return Which taught me that I should unlearn Whatever I thought a father should be I abandoned that thought Like he abandoned me By forty seven I was fourteen I'd acquired a taste for liquor and nicotine I smoked until I threw up Yet I still lit 'em up for thirty more years Like a machine So right there you have it That one filthy habit Is what got me where I am today I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I got married on my twenty first Eight months before my wife would give birth It's easier to be sure you love someone When her father inquires with the barrel of a gun The union was far from harmonious No two people could have been more alone than us The years would go by and she'd love someone else And I realized I hadn't been loved yet myself And there's your typical spiel Yeah if life was a highway I was drunk at the wheel I was helping the loose ends All fall apart Yeah I swear I was destined to fail And fail from the start I bowled about six times a week The bottle of Beam kept the memories from me The marriage had taken a seven-ten split Along with my pride the ex-wife took the kids I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I was so scared of Jesus But He sought me out Like the cancer in my lungs That's killing me now And I've given up hope On the days I have left But I cling to the hope Of my life in the next Then Jesus showed up Said "Before we go" "I thought that we might reminisce" "See one night in your life" "When you turned out the light" "You asked for and prayed for my forgiveness" You cried wolf The tears they soaked your fur The blood dripped from your fangs You said, "What have I done?" You loved that lamb With every sinful bone And there you wept alone Your heart was so contrite You said, "Jesus, please forgive me of my crimes Sanctify this withered heart of mine Stay with me until my life is through And on that day please take me home with you" I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear You whisper to me, "It's time to leave You'll never be lonely again" But this was my deathbed I died there alone When I closed my eyes tonight You carried me home [Jon Foreman of Switchfoot sings, as the voice of Jesus:] I am the Way Follow Me And take My hand And I am the Truth Embrace Me and you'll understand And I am the Light And for Me you'll live again For I am Look... this is for real.. longest title ever... i think... il have to see first: I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home The year was nineteen forty one I was eight years old and Far far too young To know that the stories Of battles and glory Was a tale a kind mother Made up for her son You see Dad was a traveling preacher Teaching the words of the Teacher But mother had sworn Went off to the war And died there with honor Somewhere on a beach there But he left once to never return Which taught me that I should unlearn Whatever I thought a father should be I abandoned that thought Like he abandoned me By forty seven I was fourteen I'd acquired a taste for liquor and nicotine I smoked until I threw up Yet I still lit 'em up for thirty more years Like a machine So right there you have it That one filthy habit Is what got me where I am today I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I got married on my twenty first Eight months before my wife would give birth It's easier to be sure you love someone When her father inquires with the barrel of a gun The union was far from harmonious No two people could have been more alone than us The years would go by and she'd love someone else And I realized I hadn't been loved yet myself And there's your typical spiel Yeah if life was a highway I was drunk at the wheel I was helping the loose ends All fall apart Yeah I swear I was destined to fail And fail from the start I bowled about six times a week The bottle of Beam kept the memories from me The marriage had taken a seven-ten split Along with my pride the ex-wife took the kids I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I was so scared of Jesus But He sought me out Like the cancer in my lungs That's killing me now And I've given up hope On the days I have left But I cling to the hope Of my life in the next Then Jesus showed up Said "Before we go" "I thought that we might reminisce" "See one night in your life" "When you turned out the light" "You asked for and prayed for my forgiveness" You cried wolf The tears they soaked your fur The blood dripped from your fangs You said, "What have I done?" You loved that lamb With every sinful bone And there you wept alone Your heart was so contrite You said, "Jesus, please forgive me of my crimes Sanctify this withered heart of mine Stay with me until my life is through And on that day please take me home with you" I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear You whisper to me, "It's time to leave You'll never be lonely again" But this was my deathbed I died there alone When I closed my eyes tonight You carried me home [Jon Foreman of Switchfoot sings, as the voice of Jesus:] I am the Way Follow Me And take My hand And I am the Truth Embrace Me and you'll understand And I am the Light And for Me you'll live again For I am Lok... this is for real.. longest title ever... i think... il have to see first: I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home The year was nineteen forty one I was eight years old and Far far too young To know that the stories Of battles and glory Was a tale a kind mother Made up for her son You see Dad was a traveling preacher Teaching the words of the Teacher But mother had sworn Went off to the war And died there with honor Somewhere on a beach there But he left once to never return Which taught me that I should unlearn Whatever I thought a father should be I abandoned that thought Like he abandoned me By forty seven I was fourteen I'd acquired a taste for liquor and nicotine I smoked until I threw up Yet I still lit 'em up for thirty more years Like a machine So right there you have it That one filthy habit Is what got me where I am today I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I got married on my twenty first Eight months before my wife would give birth It's easier to be sure you love someone When her father inquires with the barrel of a gun The union was far from harmonious No two people could have been more alone than us The years would go by and she'd love someone else And I realized I hadn't been loved yet myself And there's your typical spiel Yeah if life was a highway I was drunk at the wheel I was helping the loose ends All fall apart Yeah I swear I was destined to fail And fail from the start I bowled about six times a week The bottle of Beam kept the memories from me The marriage had taken a seven-ten split Along with my pride the ex-wife took the kids I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I was so scared of Jesus But He sought me out Like the cancer in my lungs That's killing me now And I've given up hope On the days I have left But I cling to the hope Of my life in the next Then Jesus showed up Said "Before we go" "I thought that we might reminisce" "See one night in your life" "When you turned out the light" "You asked for and prayed for my forgiveness" You cried wolf The tears they soaked your fur The blood dripped from your fangs You said, "What have I done?" You loved that lamb With every sinful bone And there you wept alone Your heart was so contrite You said, "Jesus, please forgive me of my crimes Sanctify this withered heart of mine Stay with me until my life is through And on that day please take me home with you" I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear You whisper to me, "It's time to leave You'll never be lonely again" But this was my deathbed I died there alone When I closed my eyes tonight You carried me home [Jon Foreman of Switchfoot sings, as the voice of Jesus:] I am the Way Follow Me And take My hand And I am the Truth Embrace Me and you'll understand And I am the Light And for Me you'll live again For I am Love I am Love I, I am Love.. well how did i do? ove I am Love I, I am Love.. well how did i do? ve I am Love I, I am Love.. well how did i do? e I, I am Love.. well how did i dok... this is for real.. longest title ever... i think... il have to see first: I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home The year was nineteen forty one I was eight years old and Far far too young To know that the stories Of battles and glory Was a tale a kind mother Made up for her son You see Dad was a traveling preacher Teaching the words of the Teacher But mother had sworn Went off to the war And died there with honor Somewhere on a beach there But he left once to never return Which taught me that I should unlearn Whatever I thought a father should be I abandoned that thought Like he abandoned me By forty seven I was fourteen I'd acquired a taste for liquor and nicotine I smoked until I threw up Yet I still lit 'em up for thirty more years Like a machine So right there you have it That one filthy habit Is what got me where I am today I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I got married on my twenty first Eight months before my wife would give birth It's easier to be sure you love someone When her father inquires with the barrel of a gun The union was far from harmonious No two people could have been more alone than us The years would go by and she'd love someone else And I realized I hadn't been loved yet myself And there's your typical spiel Yeah if life was a highway I was drunk at the wheel I was helping the loose ends All fall apart Yeah I swear I was destined to fail And fail from the start I bowled about six times a week The bottle of Beam kept the memories from me The marriage had taken a seven-ten split Along with my pride the ex-wife took the kids I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I was so scared of Jesus But He sought me out Like the cancer in my lungs That's killing me now And I've given up hope On the days I have left But I cling to the hope Of my life in the next Then Jesus showed up Said "Before we go" "I thought that we might reminisce" "See one night in your life" "When you turned out the light" "You asked for and prayed for my forgiveness" You cried wolf The tears they soaked your fur The blood dripped from your fangs You said, "What have I done?" You loved that lamb With every sinful bone And there you wept alone Your heart was so contrite You said, "Jesus, please forgive me of my crimes Sanctify this withered heart of mine Stay with me until my life is through And on that day please take me home with you" I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear You whisper to me, "It's time to leave You'll never be lonely again" But this was my deathbed I died there alone When I closed my eyes tonight You carried me home [Jon Foreman of Switchfoot sings, as the voice of Jesus:] I am the Way Follow Me And take My hand And I am the Truth Embrace Me and you'll understand And I am the Light And for Me you'll live again For I am Love I ok... this is for real.. longest title ever... i think... il have to see first: I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home The year was nineteen forty one I was eight years old and Far far too young To know that the stories Of battles and glory Was a tale a kind mother Made up for her son You see Dad was a traveling preacher Teaching the words of the Teacher But mother had sworn Went off to the war And died there with honor Somewhere on a beach there But he left once to never return Which taught me that I should unlearn Whatever I thought a father should be I abandoned that thought Like he abandoned me By forty seven I was fourteen I'd acquired a taste for liquor and nicotine I smoked until I threw up Yet I still lit 'em up for thirty more years Like a machine So right there you have it That one filthy habit Is what got me where I am today I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I got married on my twenty first Eight months before my wife would give birth It's easier to be sure you love someone When her father inquires with the barrel of a gun The union was far from harmonious No two people could have been more alone than us The years would go by and she'd love someone else And I realized I hadn't been loved yet myself And there's your typical spiel Yeah if life was a highway I was drunk at the wheel I was helping the loose ends All fall apart Yeah I swear I was destined to fail And fail from the start I bowled about six times a week The bottle of Beam kept the memories from me The marriage had taken a seven-ten split Along with my pride the ex-wife took the kids I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I was so scared of Jesus But He sought me out Like the cancer in my lungs That's killing me now And I've given up hope On the days I have left But I cling to the hope Of my life in the next Then Jesus showed up Said "Before we go" "I thought that we might reminisce" "See one night in your life" "When you turned out the light" "You asked for and prayed for my forgiveness" You cried wolf The tears they soaked your fur The blood dripped from your fangs You said, "What have I done?" You loved that lamb With every sinful bone And there you wept alone Your heart was so contrite You said, "Jesus, please forgive me of my crimes Sanctify this withered heart of mine Stay with me until my life is through And on that day please take me home with you" I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear You whisper to me, "It's time to leave You'll never be lonely again" But this was my deathbed I died there alone When I closed my eyes tonight You carried me home [Jon Foreman of Switchfoot sings, as the voice of Jesus:] I am the Way Follow Me And take My hand And I am the Truth Embrace Me and you'll understand And I am the Light And for Me you'll live again For I am Love I am Lovok... this is for real.. longest title ever... i think... il have to see first: I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home The year was nineteen forty one I was eight years old and Far far too young To know that the stories Of battles and glory Was a tale a kind mother Made up for her son You see Dad was a traveling preacher Teaching the words of the Teacher But mother had sworn Went off to the war And died there with honor Somewhere on a beach there But he left once to never return Which taught me that I should unlearn Whatever I thought a father should be I abandoned that thought Like he abandoned me By forty seven I was fourteen I'd acquired a taste for liquor and nicotine I smoked until I threw up Yet I still lit 'em up for thirty more years Like a machine So right there you have it That one filthy habit Is what got me where I am today I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I got married on my twenty first Eight months before my wife would give birth It's easier to be sure you love someone When her father inquires with the barrel of a gun The union was far from harmonious No two people could have been more alone than us The years would go by and she'd love someone else And I realized I hadn't been loved yet myself And there's your typical spiel Yeah if life was a highway I was drunk at the wheel I was helping the loose ends All fall apart Yeah I swear I was destined to fail And fail from the start I bowled about six times a week The bottle of Beam kept the memories from me The marriage had taken a seven-ten split Along with my pride the ex-wife took the kids I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I was so scared of Jesus But He sought me out Like the cancer in my lungs That's killing me now And I've given up hope On the days I have left But I cling to the hope Of my life in the next Then Jesus showed up Said "Before we go" "I thought that we might reminisce" "See one night in your life" "When you turned out the light" "You asked for and prayed for my forgiveness" You cried wolf The tears they soaked your fur The blood dripped from your fangs You said, "What have I done?" You loved that lamb With every sinful bone And there you wept alone Your heart was so contrite You said, "Jesus, please forgive me of my crimes Sanctify this withered heart of mine Stay with me until my life is through And on that day please take me home with you" I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear You whisper to me, "It's time to leave You'll never be lonely again" But this was my deathbed I died there alone When I closed my eyes tonight You carried me home [Jon Foreman of Switchfoot sings, as the voice of Jesus:] I am the Way Follow Me And take My hand And I am the Truth Embrace Me and you'll understand And I am the Light And for Me you'll live again For I am Look... this is for real.. longest title ever... i think... il have to see first: I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home The year was nineteen forty one I was eight years old and Far far too young To know that the stories Of battles and glory Was a tale a kind mother Made up for her son You see Dad was a traveling preacher Teaching the words of the Teacher But mother had sworn Went off to the war And died there with honor Somewhere on a beach there But he left once to never return Which taught me that I should unlearn Whatever I thought a father should be I abandoned that thought Like he abandoned me By forty seven I was fourteen I'd acquired a taste for liquor and nicotine I smoked until I threw up Yet I still lit 'em up for thirty more years Like a machine So right there you have it That one filthy habit Is what got me where I am today I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I got married on my twenty first Eight months before my wife would give birth It's easier to be sure you love someone When her father inquires with the barrel of a gun The union was far from harmonious No two people could have been more alone than us The years would go by and she'd love someone else And I realized I hadn't been loved yet myself And there's your typical spiel Yeah if life was a highway I was drunk at the wheel I was helping the loose ends All fall apart Yeah I swear I was destined to fail And fail from the start I bowled about six times a week The bottle of Beam kept the memories from me The marriage had taken a seven-ten split Along with my pride the ex-wife took the kids I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I was so scared of Jesus But He sought me out Like the cancer in my lungs That's killing me now And I've given up hope On the days I have left But I cling to the hope Of my life in the next Then Jesus showed up Said "Before we go" "I thought that we might reminisce" "See one night in your life" "When you turned out the light" "You asked for and prayed for my forgiveness" You cried wolf The tears they soaked your fur The blood dripped from your fangs You said, "What have I done?" You loved that lamb With every sinful bone And there you wept alone Your heart was so contrite You said, "Jesus, please forgive me of my crimes Sanctify this withered heart of mine Stay with me until my life is through And on that day please take me home with you" I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear You whisper to me, "It's time to leave You'll never be lonely again" But this was my deathbed I died there alone When I closed my eyes tonight You carried me home [Jon Foreman of Switchfoot sings, as the voice of Jesus:] I am the Way Follow Me And take My hand And I am the Truth Embrace Me and you'll understand And I am the Light And for Me you'll live again For I am Lok... this is for real.. longest title ever... i think... il have to see first: I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home The year was nineteen forty one I was eight years old and Far far too young To know that the stories Of battles and glory Was a tale a kind mother Made up for her son You see Dad was a traveling preacher Teaching the words of the Teacher But mother had sworn Went off to the war And died there with honor Somewhere on a beach there But he left once to never return Which taught me that I should unlearn Whatever I thought a father should be I abandoned that thought Like he abandoned me By forty seven I was fourteen I'd acquired a taste for liquor and nicotine I smoked until I threw up Yet I still lit 'em up for thirty more years Like a machine So right there you have it That one filthy habit Is what got me where I am today I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I got married on my twenty first Eight months before my wife would give birth It's easier to be sure you love someone When her father inquires with the barrel of a gun The union was far from harmonious No two people could have been more alone than us The years would go by and she'd love someone else And I realized I hadn't been loved yet myself And there's your typical spiel Yeah if life was a highway I was drunk at the wheel I was helping the loose ends All fall apart Yeah I swear I was destined to fail And fail from the start I bowled about six times a week The bottle of Beam kept the memories from me The marriage had taken a seven-ten split Along with my pride the ex-wife took the kids I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I was so scared of Jesus But He sought me out Like the cancer in my lungs That's killing me now And I've given up hope On the days I have left But I cling to the hope Of my life in the next Then Jesus showed up Said "Before we go" "I thought that we might reminisce" "See one night in your life" "When you turned out the light" "You asked for and prayed for my forgiveness" You cried wolf The tears they soaked your fur The blood dripped from your fangs You said, "What have I done?" You loved that lamb With every sinful bone And there you wept alone Your heart was so contrite You said, "Jesus, please forgive me of my crimes Sanctify this withered heart of mine Stay with me until my life is through And on that day please take me home with you" I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear You whisper to me, "It's time to leave You'll never be lonely again" But this was my deathbed I died there alone When I closed my eyes tonight You carried me home [Jon Foreman of Switchfoot sings, as the voice of Jesus:] I am the Way Follow Me And take My hand And I am the Truth Embrace Me and you'll understand And I am the Light And for Me you'll live again For I am Love I am Love I, I am Love.. well how did i do? ove I am Love I, I am Love.. well how did i do? ve I am Love I, I am Love.. well how did i do? e I, I am Love.. well how did i dok... this is for real.. longest title ever... i think... il have to see first: I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home The year was nineteen forty one I was eight years old and Far far too young To know that the stories Of battles and glory Was a tale a kind mother Made up for her son You see Dad was a traveling preacher Teaching the words of the Teacher But mother had sworn Went off to the war And died there with honor Somewhere on a beach there But he left once to never return Which taught me that I should unlearn Whatever I thought a father should be I abandoned that thought Like he abandoned me By forty seven I was fourteen I'd acquired a taste for liquor and nicotine I smoked until I threw up Yet I still lit 'em up for thirty more years Like a machine So right there you have it That one filthy habit Is what got me where I am today I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I got married on my twenty first Eight months before my wife would give birth It's easier to be sure you love someone When her father inquires with the barrel of a gun The union was far from harmonious No two people could have been more alone than us The years would go by and she'd love someone else And I realized I hadn't been loved yet myself And there's your typical spiel Yeah if life was a highway I was drunk at the wheel I was helping the loose ends All fall apart Yeah I swear I was destined to fail And fail from the start I bowled about six times a week The bottle of Beam kept the memories from me The marriage had taken a seven-ten split Along with my pride the ex-wife took the kids I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I was so scared of Jesus But He sought me out Like the cancer in my lungs That's killing me now And I've given up hope On the days I have left But I cling to the hope Of my life in the next Then Jesus showed up Said "Before we go" "I thought that we might reminisce" "See one night in your life" "When you turned out the light" "You asked for and prayed for my forgiveness" You cried wolf The tears they soaked your fur The blood dripped from your fangs You said, "What have I done?" You loved that lamb With every sinful bone And there you wept alone Your heart was so contrite You said, "Jesus, please forgive me of my crimes Sanctify this withered heart of mine Stay with me until my life is through And on that day please take me home with you" I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear You whisper to me, "It's time to leave You'll never be lonely again" But this was my deathbed I died there alone When I closed my eyes tonight You carried me home [Jon Foreman of Switchfoot sings, as the voice of Jesus:] I am the Way Follow Me And take My hand And I am the Truth Embrace Me and you'll understand And I am the Light And for Me you'll live again For I am Love I ok... this is for real.. longest title ever... i think... il have to see first: I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home The year was nineteen forty one I was eight years old and Far far too young To know that the stories Of battles and glory Was a tale a kind mother Made up for her son You see Dad was a traveling preacher Teaching the words of the Teacher But mother had sworn Went off to the war And died there with honor Somewhere on a beach there But he left once to never return Which taught me that I should unlearn Whatever I thought a father should be I abandoned that thought Like he abandoned me By forty seven I was fourteen I'd acquired a taste for liquor and nicotine I smoked until I threw up Yet I still lit 'em up for thirty more years Like a machine So right there you have it That one filthy habit Is what got me where I am today I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I got married on my twenty first Eight months before my wife would give birth It's easier to be sure you love someone When her father inquires with the barrel of a gun The union was far from harmonious No two people could have been more alone than us The years would go by and she'd love someone else And I realized I hadn't been loved yet myself And there's your typical spiel Yeah if life was a highway I was drunk at the wheel I was helping the loose ends All fall apart Yeah I swear I was destined to fail And fail from the start I bowled about six times a week The bottle of Beam kept the memories from me The marriage had taken a seven-ten split Along with my pride the ex-wife took the kids I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I was so scared of Jesus But He sought me out Like the cancer in my lungs That's killing me now And I've given up hope On the days I have left But I cling to the hope Of my life in the next Then Jesus showed up Said "Before we go" "I thought that we might reminisce" "See one night in your life" "When you turned out the light" "You asked for and prayed for my forgiveness" You cried wolf The tears they soaked your fur The blood dripped from your fangs You said, "What have I done?" You loved that lamb With every sinful bone And there you wept alone Your heart was so contrite You said, "Jesus, please forgive me of my crimes Sanctify this withered heart of mine Stay with me until my life is through And on that day please take me home with you" I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear You whisper to me, "It's time to leave You'll never be lonely again" But this was my deathbed I died there alone When I closed my eyes tonight You carried me home [Jon Foreman of Switchfoot sings, as the voice of Jesus:] I am the Way Follow Me And take My hand And I am the Truth Embrace Me and you'll understand And I am the Light And for Me you'll live again For I am Love I am Lovok... this is for real.. longest title ever... i think... il have to see first: I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home The year was nineteen forty one I was eight years old and Far far too young To know that the stories Of battles and glory Was a tale a kind mother Made up for her son You see Dad was a traveling preacher Teaching the words of the Teacher But mother had sworn Went off to the war And died there with honor Somewhere on a beach there But he left once to never return Which taught me that I should unlearn Whatever I thought a father should be I abandoned that thought Like he abandoned me By forty seven I was fourteen I'd acquired a taste for liquor and nicotine I smoked until I threw up Yet I still lit 'em up for thirty more years Like a machine So right there you have it That one filthy habit Is what got me where I am today I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I got married on my twenty first Eight months before my wife would give birth It's easier to be sure you love someone When her father inquires with the barrel of a gun The union was far from harmonious No two people could have been more alone than us The years would go by and she'd love someone else And I realized I hadn't been loved yet myself And there's your typical spiel Yeah if life was a highway I was drunk at the wheel I was helping the loose ends All fall apart Yeah I swear I was destined to fail And fail from the start I bowled about six times a week The bottle of Beam kept the memories from me The marriage had taken a seven-ten split Along with my pride the ex-wife took the kids I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I was so scared of Jesus But He sought me out Like the cancer in my lungs That's killing me now And I've given up hope On the days I have left But I cling to the hope Of my life in the next Then Jesus showed up Said "Before we go" "I thought that we might reminisce" "See one night in your life" "When you turned out the light" "You asked for and prayed for my forgiveness" You cried wolf The tears they soaked your fur The blood dripped from your fangs You said, "What have I done?" You loved that lamb With every sinful bone And there you wept alone Your heart was so contrite You said, "Jesus, please forgive me of my crimes Sanctify this withered heart of mine Stay with me until my life is through And on that day please take me home with you" I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear You whisper to me, "It's time to leave You'll never be lonely again" But this was my deathbed I died there alone When I closed my eyes tonight You carried me home [Jon Foreman of Switchfoot sings, as the voice of Jesus:] I am the Way Follow Me And take My hand And I am the Truth Embrace Me and you'll understand And I am the Light And for Me you'll live again For I am Look... this is for real.. longest title ever... i think... il have to see first: I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home The year was nineteen forty one I was eight years old and Far far too young To know that the stories Of battles and glory Was a tale a kind mother Made up for her son You see Dad was a traveling preacher Teaching the words of the Teacher But mother had sworn Went off to the war And died there with honor Somewhere on a beach there But he left once to never return Which taught me that I should unlearn Whatever I thought a father should be I abandoned that thought Like he abandoned me By forty seven I was fourteen I'd acquired a taste for liquor and nicotine I smoked until I threw up Yet I still lit 'em up for thirty more years Like a machine So right there you have it That one filthy habit Is what got me where I am today I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I got married on my twenty first Eight months before my wife would give birth It's easier to be sure you love someone When her father inquires with the barrel of a gun The union was far from harmonious No two people could have been more alone than us The years would go by and she'd love someone else And I realized I hadn't been loved yet myself And there's your typical spiel Yeah if life was a highway I was drunk at the wheel I was helping the loose ends All fall apart Yeah I swear I was destined to fail And fail from the start I bowled about six times a week The bottle of Beam kept the memories from me The marriage had taken a seven-ten split Along with my pride the ex-wife took the kids I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I was so scared of Jesus But He sought me out Like the cancer in my lungs That's killing me now And I've given up hope On the days I have left But I cling to the hope Of my life in the next Then Jesus showed up Said "Before we go" "I thought that we might reminisce" "See one night in your life" "When you turned out the light" "You asked for and prayed for my forgiveness" You cried wolf The tears they soaked your fur The blood dripped from your fangs You said, "What have I done?" You loved that lamb With every sinful bone And there you wept alone Your heart was so contrite You said, "Jesus, please forgive me of my crimes Sanctify this withered heart of mine Stay with me until my life is through And on that day please take me home with you" I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear You whisper to me, "It's time to leave You'll never be lonely again" But this was my deathbed I died there alone When I closed my eyes tonight You carried me home [Jon Foreman of Switchfoot sings, as the voice of Jesus:] I am the Way Follow Me And take My hand And I am the Truth Embrace Me and you'll understand And I am the Light And for Me you'll live again For I am Lok... this is for real.. longest title ever... i think... il have to see first: I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home The year was nineteen forty one I was eight years old and Far far too young To know that the stories Of battles and glory Was a tale a kind mother Made up for her son You see Dad was a traveling preacher Teaching the words of the Teacher But mother had sworn Went off to the war And died there with honor Somewhere on a beach there But he left once to never return Which taught me that I should unlearn Whatever I thought a father should be I abandoned that thought Like he abandoned me By forty seven I was fourteen I'd acquired a taste for liquor and nicotine I smoked until I threw up Yet I still lit 'em up for thirty more years Like a machine So right there you have it That one filthy habit Is what got me where I am today I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I got married on my twenty first Eight months before my wife would give birth It's easier to be sure you love someone When her father inquires with the barrel of a gun The union was far from harmonious No two people could have been more alone than us The years would go by and she'd love someone else And I realized I hadn't been loved yet myself And there's your typical spiel Yeah if life was a highway I was drunk at the wheel I was helping the loose ends All fall apart Yeah I swear I was destined to fail And fail from the start I bowled about six times a week The bottle of Beam kept the memories from me The marriage had taken a seven-ten split Along with my pride the ex-wife took the kids I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I was so scared of Jesus But He sought me out Like the cancer in my lungs That's killing me now And I've given up hope On the days I have left But I cling to the hope Of my life in the next Then Jesus showed up Said "Before we go" "I thought that we might reminisce" "See one night in your life" "When you turned out the light" "You asked for and prayed for my forgiveness" You cried wolf The tears they soaked your fur The blood dripped from your fangs You said, "What have I done?" You loved that lamb With every sinful bone And there you wept alone Your heart was so contrite You said, "Jesus, please forgive me of my crimes Sanctify this withered heart of mine Stay with me until my life is through And on that day please take me home with you" I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear You whisper to me, "It's time to leave You'll never be lonely again" But this was my deathbed I died there alone When I closed my eyes tonight You carried me home [Jon Foreman of Switchfoot sings, as the voice of Jesus:] I am the Way Follow Me And take My hand And I am the Truth Embrace Me and you'll understand And I am the Light And for Me you'll live again For I am Love I am Love I, I am Love.. well how did i do? ove I am Love I, I am Love.. well how did i do? ve I am Love I, I am Love.. well how did i do? e I, I am Love.. well how did i ok... this is for real.. longest title ever... i think... il have to see first: I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home The year was nineteen forty one I was eight years old and Far far too young To know that the stories Of battles and glory Was a tale a kind mother Made up for her son You see Dad was a traveling preacher Teaching the words of the Teacher But mother had sworn Went off to the war And died there with honor Somewhere on a beach there But he left once to never return Which taught me that I should unlearn Whatever I thought a father should be I abandoned that thought Like he abandoned me By forty seven I was fourteen I'd acquired a taste for liquor and nicotine I smoked until I threw up Yet I still lit 'em up for thirty more years Like a machine So right there you have it That one filthy habit Is what got me where I am today I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I got married on my twenty first Eight months before my wife would give birth It's easier to be sure you love someone When her father inquires with the barrel of a gun The union was far from harmonious No two people could have been more alone than us The years would go by and she'd love someone else And I realized I hadn't been loved yet myself And there's your typical spiel Yeah if life was a highway I was drunk at the wheel I was helping the loose ends All fall apart Yeah I swear I was destined to fail And fail from the start I bowled about six times a week The bottle of Beam kept the memories from me The marriage had taken a seven-ten split Along with my pride the ex-wife took the kids I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I was so scared of Jesus But He sought me out Like the cancer in my lungs That's killing me now And I've given up hope On the days I have left But I cling to the hope Of my life in the next Then Jesus showed up Said "Before we go" "I thought that we might reminisce" "See one night in your life" "When you turned out the light" "You asked for and prayed for my forgiveness" You cried wolf The tears they soaked your fur The blood dripped from your fangs You said, "What have I done?" You loved that lamb With every sinful bone And there you wept alone Your heart was so contrite You said, "Jesus, please forgive me of my crimes Sanctify this withered heart of mine Stay with me until my life is through And on that day please take me home with you" I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear You whisper to me, "It's time to leave You'll never be lonely again" But this was my deathbed I died there alone When I closed my eyes tonight You carried me home [Jon Foreman of Switchfoot sings, as the voice of Jesus:] I am the Way Follow Me And take My hand And I am the Truth Embrace Me and you'll understand And I am the Light And for Me you'll live again For I am Love I ok... this is for real.. longest title ever... i think... il have to see first: I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home The year was nineteen forty one I was eight years old and Far far too young To know that the stories Of battles and glory Was a tale a kind mother Made up for her son You see Dad was a traveling preacher Teaching the words of the Teacher But mother had sworn Went off to the war And died there with honor Somewhere on a beach there But he left once to never return Which taught me that I should unlearn Whatever I thought a father should be I abandoned that thought Like he abandoned me By forty seven I was fourteen I'd acquired a taste for liquor and nicotine I smoked until I threw up Yet I still lit 'em up for thirty more years Like a machine So right there you have it That one filthy habit Is what got me where I am today I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I got married on my twenty first Eight months before my wife would give birth It's easier to be sure you love someone When her father inquires with the barrel of a gun The union was far from harmonious No two people could have been more alone than us The years would go by and she'd love someone else And I realized I hadn't been loved yet myself And there's your typical spiel Yeah if life was a highway I was drunk at the wheel I was helping the loose ends All fall apart Yeah I swear I was destined to fail And fail from the start I bowled about six times a week The bottle of Beam kept the memories from me The marriage had taken a seven-ten split Along with my pride the ex-wife took the kids I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I was so scared of Jesus But He sought me out Like the cancer in my lungs That's killing me now And I've given up hope On the days I have left But I cling to the hope Of my life in the next Then Jesus showed up Said "Before we go" "I thought that we might reminisce" "See one night in your life" "When you turned out the light" "You asked for and prayed for my forgiveness" You cried wolf The tears they soaked your fur The blood dripped from your fangs You said, "What have I done?" You loved that lamb With every sinful bone And there you wept alone Your heart was so contrite You said, "Jesus, please forgive me of my crimes Sanctify this withered heart of mine Stay with me until my life is through And on that day please take me home with you" I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear You whisper to me, "It's time to leave You'll never be lonely again" But this was my deathbed I died there alone When I closed my eyes tonight You carried me home [Jon Foreman of Switchfoot sings, as the voice of Jesus:] I am the Way Follow Me And take My hand And I am the Truth Embrace Me and you'll understand And I am the Light And for Me you'll live again For I am Love I am Lovok... this is for real.. longest title ever... i think... il have to see first: I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home The year was nineteen forty one I was eight years old and Far far too young To know that the stories Of battles and glory Was a tale a kind mother Made up for her son You see Dad was a traveling preacher Teaching the words of the Teacher But mother had sworn Went off to the war And died there with honor Somewhere on a beach there But he left once to never return Which taught me that I should unlearn Whatever I thought a father should be I abandoned that thought Like he abandoned me By forty seven I was fourteen I'd acquired a taste for liquor and nicotine I smoked until I threw up Yet I still lit 'em up for thirty more years Like a machine So right there you have it That one filthy habit Is what got me where I am today I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I got married on my twenty first Eight months before my wife would give birth It's easier to be sure you love someone When her father inquires with the barrel of a gun The union was far from harmonious No two people could have been more alone than us The years would go by and she'd love someone else And I realized I hadn't been loved yet myself And there's your typical spiel Yeah if life was a highway I was drunk at the wheel I was helping the loose ends All fall apart Yeah I swear I was destined to fail And fail from the start I bowled about six times a week The bottle of Beam kept the memories from me The marriage had taken a seven-ten split Along with my pride the ex-wife took the kids I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I was so scared of Jesus But He sought me out Like the cancer in my lungs That's killing me now And I've given up hope On the days I have left But I cling to the hope Of my life in the next Then Jesus showed up Said "Before we go" "I thought that we might reminisce" "See one night in your life" "When you turned out the light" "You asked for and prayed for my forgiveness" You cried wolf The tears they soaked your fur The blood dripped from your fangs You said, "What have I done?" You loved that lamb With every sinful bone And there you wept alone Your heart was so contrite You said, "Jesus, please forgive me of my crimes Sanctify this withered heart of mine Stay with me until my life is through And on that day please take me home with you" I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear You whisper to me, "It's time to leave You'll never be lonely again" But this was my deathbed I died there alone When I closed my eyes tonight You carried me home [Jon Foreman of Switchfoot sings, as the voice of Jesus:] I am the Way Follow Me And take My hand And I am the Truth Embrace Me and you'll understand And I am the Light And for Me you'll live again For I am Look... this is for real.. longest title ever... i think... il have to see first: I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home The year was nineteen forty one I was eight years old and Far far too young To know that the stories Of battles and glory Was a tale a kind mother Made up for her son You see Dad was a traveling preacher Teaching the words of the Teacher But mother had sworn Went off to the war And died there with honor Somewhere on a beach there But he left once to never return Which taught me that I should unlearn Whatever I thought a father should be I abandoned that thought Like he abandoned me By forty seven I was fourteen I'd acquired a taste for liquor and nicotine I smoked until I threw up Yet I still lit 'em up for thirty more years Like a machine So right there you have it That one filthy habit Is what got me where I am today I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I got married on my twenty first Eight months before my wife would give birth It's easier to be sure you love someone When her father inquires with the barrel of a gun The union was far from harmonious No two people could have been more alone than us The years would go by and she'd love someone else And I realized I hadn't been loved yet myself And there's your typical spiel Yeah if life was a highway I was drunk at the wheel I was helping the loose ends All fall apart Yeah I swear I was destined to fail And fail from the start I bowled about six times a week The bottle of Beam kept the memories from me The marriage had taken a seven-ten split Along with my pride the ex-wife took the kids I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I was so scared of Jesus But He sought me out Like the cancer in my lungs That's killing me now And I've given up hope On the days I have left But I cling to the hope Of my life in the next Then Jesus showed up Said "Before we go" "I thought that we might reminisce" "See one night in your life" "When you turned out the light" "You asked for and prayed for my forgiveness" You cried wolf The tears they soaked your fur The blood dripped from your fangs You said, "What have I done?" You loved that lamb With every sinful bone And there
ok... this is for real.. longest title ever... i think... il have to see first: I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home The year was nineteen forty one I was eight years old and Far far too young To know that the stories Of battles and glory Was a tale a kind mother Made up for her son You see Dad was a traveling preacher Teaching the words of the Teacher But mother had sworn Went off to the war And died there with honor Somewhere on a beach there But he left once to never return Which taught me that I should unlearn Whatever I thought a father should be I abandoned that thought Like he abandoned me By forty seven I was fourteen I'd acquired a taste for liquor and nicotine I smoked until I threw up Yet I still lit 'em up for thirty more years Like a machine So right there you have it That one filthy habit Is what got me where I am today I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I got married on my twenty first Eight months before my wife would give birth It's easier to be sure you love someone When her father inquires with the barrel of a gun The union was far from harmonious No two people could have been more alone than us The years would go by and she'd love someone else And I realized I hadn't been loved yet myself And there's your typical spiel Yeah if life was a highway I was drunk at the wheel I was helping the loose ends All fall apart Yeah I swear I was destined to fail And fail from the start I bowled about six times a week The bottle of Beam kept the memories from me The marriage had taken a seven-ten split Along with my pride the ex-wife took the kids I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I was so scared of Jesus But He sought me out Like the cancer in my lungs That's killing me now And I've given up hope On the days I have left But I cling to the hope Of my life in the next Then Jesus showed up Said "Before we go" "I thought that we might reminisce" "See one night in your life" "When you turned out the light" "You asked for and prayed for my forgiveness" You cried wolf The tears they soaked your fur The blood dripped from your fangs You said, "What have I done?" You loved that lamb With every sinful bone And there you wept alone Your heart was so contrite You said, "Jesus, please forgive me of my crimes Sanctify this withered heart of mine Stay with me until my life is through And on that day please take me home with you" I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear You whisper to me, "It's time to leave You'll never be lonely again" But this was my deathbed I died there alone When I closed my eyes tonight You carried me home [Jon Foreman of Switchfoot sings, as the voice of Jesus:] I am the Way Follow Me And take My hand And I am the Truth Embrace Me and you'll understand And I am the Light And for Me you'll live again For I am Love I ok... this is for real.. longest title ever... i think... il have to see first: I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home The year was nineteen forty one I was eight years old and Far far too young To know that the stories Of battles and glory Was a tale a kind mother Made up for her son You see Dad was a traveling preacher Teaching the words of the Teacher But mother had sworn Went off to the war And died there with honor Somewhere on a beach there But he left once to never return Which taught me that I should unlearn Whatever I thought a father should be I abandoned that thought Like he abandoned me By forty seven I was fourteen I'd acquired a taste for liquor and nicotine I smoked until I threw up Yet I still lit 'em up for thirty more years Like a machine So right there you have it That one filthy habit Is what got me where I am today I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I got married on my twenty first Eight months before my wife would give birth It's easier to be sure you love someone When her father inquires with the barrel of a gun The union was far from harmonious No two people could have been more alone than us The years would go by and she'd love someone else And I realized I hadn't been loved yet myself And there's your typical spiel Yeah if life was a highway I was drunk at the wheel I was helping the loose ends All fall apart Yeah I swear I was destined to fail And fail from the start I bowled about six times a week The bottle of Beam kept the memories from me The marriage had taken a seven-ten split Along with my pride the ex-wife took the kids I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I was so scared of Jesus But He sought me out Like the cancer in my lungs That's killing me now And I've given up hope On the days I have left But I cling to the hope Of my life in the next Then Jesus showed up Said "Before we go" "I thought that we might reminisce" "See one night in your life" "When you turned out the light" "You asked for and prayed for my forgiveness" You cried wolf The tears they soaked your fur The blood dripped from your fangs You said, "What have I done?" You loved that lamb With every sinful bone And there you wept alone Your heart was so contrite You said, "Jesus, please forgive me of my crimes Sanctify this withered heart of mine Stay with me until my life is through And on that day please take me home with you" I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear You whisper to me, "It's time to leave You'll never be lonely again" But this was my deathbed I died there alone When I closed my eyes tonight You carried me home [Jon Foreman of Switchfoot sings, as the voice of Jesus:] I am the Way Follow Me And take My hand And I am the Truth Embrace Me and you'll understand And I am the Light And for Me you'll live again For I am Love I am Lovok... this is for real.. longest title ever... i think... il have to see first: I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home The year was nineteen forty one I was eight years old and Far far too young To know that the stories Of battles and glory Was a tale a kind mother Made up for her son You see Dad was a traveling preacher Teaching the words of the Teacher But mother had sworn Went off to the war And died there with honor Somewhere on a beach there But he left once to never return Which taught me that I should unlearn Whatever I thought a father should be I abandoned that thought Like he abandoned me By forty seven I was fourteen I'd acquired a taste for liquor and nicotine I smoked until I threw up Yet I still lit 'em up for thirty more years Like a machine So right there you have it That one filthy habit Is what got me where I am today I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I got married on my twenty first Eight months before my wife would give birth It's easier to be sure you love someone When her father inquires with the barrel of a gun The union was far from harmonious No two people could have been more alone than us The years would go by and she'd love someone else And I realized I hadn't been loved yet myself And there's your typical spiel Yeah if life was a highway I was drunk at the wheel I was helping the loose ends All fall apart Yeah I swear I was destined to fail And fail from the start I bowled about six times a week The bottle of Beam kept the memories from me The marriage had taken a seven-ten split Along with my pride the ex-wife took the kids I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I was so scared of Jesus But He sought me out Like the cancer in my lungs That's killing me now And I've given up hope On the days I have left But I cling to the hope Of my life in the next Then Jesus showed up Said "Before we go" "I thought that we might reminisce" "See one night in your life" "When you turned out the light" "You asked for and prayed for my forgiveness" You cried wolf The tears they soaked your fur The blood dripped from your fangs You said, "What have I done?" You loved that lamb With every sinful bone And there you wept alone Your heart was so contrite You said, "Jesus, please forgive me of my crimes Sanctify this withered heart of mine Stay with me until my life is through And on that day please take me home with you" I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear You whisper to me, "It's time to leave You'll never be lonely again" But this was my deathbed I died there alone When I closed my eyes tonight You carried me home [Jon Foreman of Switchfoot sings, as the voice of Jesus:] I am the Way Follow Me And take My hand And I am the Truth Embrace Me and you'll understand And I am the Light And for Me you'll live again For I am Look... this is for real.. longest title ever... i think... il have to see first: I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home The year was nineteen forty one I was eight years old and Far far too young To know that the stories Of battles and glory Was a tale a kind mother Made up for her son You see Dad was a traveling preacher Teaching the words of the Teacher But mother had sworn Went off to the war And died there with honor Somewhere on a beach there But he left once to never return Which taught me that I should unlearn Whatever I thought a father should be I abandoned that thought Like he abandoned me By forty seven I was fourteen I'd acquired a taste for liquor and nicotine I smoked until I threw up Yet I still lit 'em up for thirty more years Like a machine So right there you have it That one filthy habit Is what got me where I am today I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I got married on my twenty first Eight months before my wife would give birth It's easier to be sure you love someone When her father inquires with the barrel of a gun The union was far from harmonious No two people could have been more alone than us The years would go by and she'd love someone else And I realized I hadn't been loved yet myself And there's your typical spiel Yeah if life was a highway I was drunk at the wheel I was helping the loose ends All fall apart Yeah I swear I was destined to fail And fail from the start I bowled about six times a week The bottle of Beam kept the memories from me The marriage had taken a seven-ten split Along with my pride the ex-wife took the kids I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I was so scared of Jesus But He sought me out Like the cancer in my lungs That's killing me now And I've given up hope On the days I have left But I cling to the hope Of my life in the next Then Jesus showed up Said "Before we go" "I thought that we might reminisce" "See one night in your life" "When you turned out the light" "You asked for and prayed for my forgiveness" You cried wolf The tears they soaked your fur The blood dripped from your fangs You said, "What have I done?" You loved that lamb With every sinful bone And there you wept alone Your heart was so contrite You said, "Jesus, please forgive me of my crimes Sanctify this withered heart of mine Stay with me until my life is through And on that day please take me home with you" I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear You whisper to me, "It's time to leave You'll never be lonely again" But this was my deathbed I died there alone When I closed my eyes tonight You carried me home [Jon Foreman of Switchfoot sings, as the voice of Jesus:] I am the Way Follow Me And take My hand And I am the Truth Embrace Me and you'll understand And I am the Light And for Me you'll live again For I am Lok... this is for real.. longest title ever... i think... il have to see first: I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home The year was nineteen forty one I was eight years old and Far far too young To know that the stories Of battles and glory Was a tale a kind mother Made up for her son You see Dad was a traveling preacher Teaching the words of the Teacher But mother had sworn Went off to the war And died there with honor Somewhere on a beach there But he left once to never return Which taught me that I should unlearn Whatever I thought a father should be I abandoned that thought Like he abandoned me By forty seven I was fourteen I'd acquired a taste for liquor and nicotine I smoked until I threw up Yet I still lit 'em up for thirty more years Like a machine So right there you have it That one filthy habit Is what got me where I am today I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I got married on my twenty first Eight months before my wife would give birth It's easier to be sure you love someone When her father inquires with the barrel of a gun The union was far from harmonious No two people could have been more alone than us The years would go by and she'd love someone else And I realized I hadn't been loved yet myself And there's your typical spiel Yeah if life was a highway I was drunk at the wheel I was helping the loose ends All fall apart Yeah I swear I was destined to fail And fail from the start I bowled about six times a week The bottle of Beam kept the memories from me The marriage had taken a seven-ten split Along with my pride the ex-wife took the kids I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear those sad memories Still haunting me So many things I'd do again But this is my deathbed I lie here alone If I close my eyes tonight I know I'll be home I was so scared of Jesus But He sought me out Like the cancer in my lungs That's killing me now And I've given up hope On the days I have left But I cling to the hope Of my life in the next Then Jesus showed up Said "Before we go" "I thought that we might reminisce" "See one night in your life" "When you turned out the light" "You asked for and prayed for my forgiveness" You cried wolf The tears they soaked your fur The blood dripped from your fangs You said, "What have I done?" You loved that lamb With every sinful bone And there you wept alone Your heart was so contrite You said, "Jesus, please forgive me of my crimes Sanctify this withered heart of mine Stay with me until my life is through And on that day please take me home with you" I can smell the death on the sheets Covering me I can't believe this is the end I can hear You whisper to me, "It's time to leave You'll never be lonely again" But this was my deathbed I died there alone When I closed my eyes tonight You carried me home [Jon Foreman of Switchfoot sings, as the voice of Jesus:] I am the Way Follow Me And take My hand And I am the Truth Embrace Me and you'll understand And I am the Light And for Me you'll live again For I am Love I am Love I, I am Love.. well how did i do? ove I am Love I, I am Love.. well how did i do? ve I am Love I, I am Love.. well how did i do? e I, I am Love.. well how did i do? am Love I, I am Love.. well how did i do?
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