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From what I know is that he is NOT a Sith because he can't use the force.
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| January 16, 2009, 9:18 am
Quoting Council Member Ben Jammin (Galactic Marine)
From what I know is that he is NOT a Sith because he can't use the force.

He is not a sith. To be a sith, one must be trained all of their life. The real story of Grievous is this: in the early days of the Clone Wars Grievous was a normal alien. He was strategic mastermind. During an invasion of Grievous' homeworld, he attempted to flee in a shuttle. However, this was all a set up by Dooku. In a battle with a Venator, Dooku commanded his turreteers to fire at Grievous. Grievous ship was hit, and he was sent spiraling out of control back to his planet. The ship crashed, but Grievous survived(barely). After the Seps drove off the Republic, they sent a team to recover Grievous. He was found, and brought back to Darth Sidious' Coruscant hideout. Greivous was then given new parts and replaced limbs. ( Grievous' repairs took place where Anakin Skywalker would undergo his transformation into Vaders' suit)
At first, Grievous accused Dooku and the Seps of nearly killing him. But Sidious lied and told him the Jedi were responsible. Grievous then asked to join the Seperatists, to help kill the Jedi. He becama military commander and led huge assaults on many planets.
Does that make sense?
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| January 16, 2009, 9:34 am
Quoting Clan Father Tom Olivieri: S.C.
He is not a sith. To be a sith, one must be trained all of their life. The real story of Grievous is this: in the early days of the Clone Wars Grievous was a normal alien. He was strategic mastermind. During an invasion of Grievous' homeworld, he attempted to flee in a shuttle. However, this was all a set up by Dooku. In a battle with a Venator, Dooku commanded his turreteers to fire at Grievous. Grievous ship was hit, and he was sent spiraling out of control back to his planet. The ship crashed, but Grievous survived(barely). After the Seps drove off the Republic, they sent a team to recover Grievous. He was found, and brought back to Darth Sidious' Coruscant hideout. Greivous was then given new parts and replaced limbs. ( Grievous' repairs took place where Anakin Skywalker would undergo his transformation into Vaders' suit)
At first, Grievous accused Dooku and the Seps of nearly killing him. But Sidious lied and told him the Jedi were responsible. Grievous then asked to join the Seperatists, to help kill the Jedi. He becama military commander and led huge assaults on many planets.
Does that make sense?

Ya, it does. Thanks!!!
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| January 16, 2009, 9:48 am
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Theres a little more to grevious's origin story then that but it's close enough. If you want to find out more just go to wookiepedia.org .
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| January 18, 2009, 9:21 pm
First of all, to be a Sith you don't have to be trained all your life. Dooku became Darth Tyranus, and he was a Jedi for most of his life. Anakin became Vader, and he didn't start any training until age 9.

Secondly, Grievous' shuttle wasn't hit by Dooku's lasers. Rather, Dooku had San Hill of the Intergalctic Banking Clan plant a bomb on the shuttle.

Also, Grievous was, in a way, slightly Force-sensitive, although he is not considered a Force-adept. During reconstruction, some parts of his brain which were sensitive to the Force were altered to provide lightning-fast reflexes, but Grievous could never use Force abilities.
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| January 19, 2009, 6:45 pm
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yes and general grevious was a kaleeshen warlord before the clone wars. He led his species into a retaliatory attack against the Huk empire which had came to grevious's homeworld to take their resources and make the kaleeshens slaves. Grievous asked the republic to help his people but they did not. Grievous was a millitary genious and led his people to huge victories against the Huk empire. He captured a bunch of their cruisers (the kaleeshens lacked space travel) and invaded the Huk homeworld. The Huk were nerely exterminated and they begged help from the republic. The Huk were stretegicly more important to the republic and they sent jedi to support the Huk. The jedi drove greivous's armies back to kaleesh and devastated them. The war ended and the kaleeshens were left in rubble from the Huk and republic. They were left to starve. The banking clan took this to there advantage and came to greivous offering to help his people if greivous would help to make banking clan clients pay their taxes. This went on for a while until the banking clan in secret joined the sepretists. The sepretists needed a general and they saw greivous as the perfect option. He refused and so the Banking clan had a bomb put into his shuttle which almost killed him. Then San Hill convinced him to become a cyborg general(he was severely hurt)by blaming the jedi for the bomb and his world's problems. He gave in and became General Greivous.
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| January 21, 2009, 7:53 pm
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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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