Rise Up! Rise Up!- Cursive
Dear preacher, thanks for making time for me today
Hope you don’t mind if I hide behind the curtain
It’s been fifteen years since my last confession
By your good book’s standards, I’ve sinned like a champion
But that book seems a tad bit out-dated
Please forgive me, for questioning divinity
It’s an ugly job, but I think I’m up for it
I’m not saying who’s right
I’m just saying there’s more than one way
to skin a religion
There’s more than one way
to explain our existence
Reverend, sir, I don’t want to seem malevolent
My teenage angst is far behind me
But Father, certainly it’s troubling to see
all these people kneeling, instead of dealing
with the fact that we are all we have
So, rise up! Rise up!
There’s no one to worship!
But plenty of life to lose!
I’m not saying “Let’s burn down the church”
but do you want to hear my confession?
It’s my greatest sin..
okay, here it is:
I wasted half my life on the thought that I’d live forever!
I wasn’t raised, to seize the day, but to work and worship
‘Cause “he that liveth and believeth” supposedly never dies
Rise up! Rise up!
Live a full life!
‘Cause when it’s over, it’s done
So rise up! Rise up!
Dance and scream and love!
You’re not the chosen one
And I’m not the chosen one
My favorite part of this photo is that there is absolutely no reason for Jason Segel to be in it and yet there he is laying on Seth Rogen
what i mean when i call a character perfect is “wow look at how flawed you are, how broken and three dimensional and well written. look how much of a disaster you are and how you are constantly torn between right and wrong and you make so many mistakes along the way wow look how human you are”
so basically when i say they are perfect what i mean is thank god they aren’t
Look what came in the mail today.
Here Come the Night Time by Arcade Fire
I am so all about this. The changes and the words it’s great and the little piano riffs. Yep
"If there’s no music in heaven then what is it for?"
"The Royal Tenenbaums" by artist Tracie Ching, created exclusively for our upcoming 4th annual Wes Anderson art show, "Bad Dads"
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