Iron and Wine: Godless Brother in Love Meaning
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Godless Brother in Love Lyrics
You might as well
Lay down that rose
And fold the flag
She is money and tabs
That broken freedom in
See her big children burning rags
By the riverside
You can hear them on the hilltop laughing
anonymous Jan 3rd, 2020 1:13am report
For an atheist, Sam Beam presents us with quite a predicament in this song. He is clearly talking about a good friend of his who is godless or an atheist and how that friend has fallen in love with a soulless, gold digging whore who has rambunctious kids. All of them are blind and their souls will be lost because none of them have the light (The Light, The Way, etc.).
Which side are you on Sam?
This song kinda makes you sound like a proselytizing Jesus freak. I’m a huge fan but even this one disturbs me, just also happens to be one of my favorites.
I believe this song is about America, and how our country has gone wrong. You may as well fold the flag. "She is money", that is, money is the main value. She, America, is beautiful, but "her big kids", Americans, have lost their values and their ability to see ahead; they are "driving eyes closed" and "cursing every bird in the air" by pollution.
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