Letter From a Concerned Follower [Pedro The Lion]

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Letter From a Concerned Follower [Pedro The Lion]

Unread postby musicmonkey » Tue Feb 08, 2005 4:53 am

It's weird to think of all the things
That have not been keeping up with the times
It's ten o'clock the sun has just now
Begun to set the western hills on fire

And I hear that you don't change
How to you expect to keep up with the trends?
You won't survive the information age
Unless you plan to change the truth
To accommodate the brilliance of men, the brilliance of men

Some folks think we're better now
Social evolution's new synthetic will
Will keep us on a straighter path
As better men use brand new math
With no wrong answers

I'm just a little bit worried
Do you have some sort of plan?
Have you been finally defeated
By the cunning of these fully evolved men?

And I hear that you don't change
How do you expect to keep up with the trends?
You won't survive the information age
Unless you plan to change the truth
To accommodate the brilliance of men, the brilliance of men

Artist: Pedro The Lion
Album: The Only Reason I Feel Secure [1999]
Label: Jade Tree

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Unread postby musicmonkey » Tue Feb 08, 2005 11:12 am

eskimocounselor wrote:
I've been wondering what form the Christian Church (Body of Christ) will take on in order to become relevent again, salt and light, to a perishing, post-Modern world. Will it be home churches, community Bible studies, mega-churches? Any ideas?


Here's a song that addresses this whole topic:

Check out th MP3 here: http://suicidesqueeze.net/mp3/ptl-letter.mp3


So Aaron, how do you interpret this song? In many ways, it's a song of despair over 'the information age' and 'social evolution's new synthetic'. We know man, with all his brilliance, will never perfect the ultimate problem - our heart.


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