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AWOLNATION: Guilty Filthy Soul Meaning


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Guilty Filthy Soul Lyrics

I'm running out of faith
Be careful who you tell

She's blackening my name
My army never came
It's water under the bridge
Be careful who you tell

Cause you gotta look her in the eye
And you gotta love your way of life
Cause you...


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    Apr 10th, 2014 4:29am report

    I feel like he got into a relationship with a "gold digger" who may have been in a relationship with someone already (she played two men...?), the singer called it off because he realized what was happening and now the girl's mad (she's blackening his name), and now he's having a word with the girl's man (who is at fault somehow, perhaps he's abusive or unappreciative of her or something?) who is complaining to him about the situation and their poverty (the unemployment check) and the singer's just saying he needs to talk to her not him, deal with the mess he's got himself into, and remember it's "water under the bridge"....? I dunno.


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    May 21st, 2012 5:52pm report

    I think he really makes this song clear... It's about admitting to your sins and going on with your life no matter how you live it and letting people know, you aren't ashamed for the way that you are. We all sin. We all have to admit it sometime.

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