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Song Released: 2018

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[Verse 1]
Out of the shadows
Bound for the gallows
A dead man walking
'Til love came calling
Rise up (rise up)
Rise up (rise up)

Six feet under
I thought it was over
An answer to prayer
The voice of a Savior
Rise up (rise up)


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    Nov 17th, 2018 11:42pm report

    In his resurrection, Jesus rolled the stone away. He is still rolling stones away today so that we can have eternal life with him. Lauren is referring to how he has given her a new and eternal life.


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    Nov 6th, 2018 11:52pm report

    Lauren is referring to the stone rolled away from Jesus’s tomb when she sings that God is “still Rolling Stones.” She refers to herself as dead - “six feet under” - when “the voice of a Savior” Jesus says, “Rise up.” Just like he did to the dead man Lazarus and the lame man at the pool of Siloam.


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    Jan 21st, 06:27 report

    Jesus is always on time to rescue us from the eternal death just like HE did for Lazarus. We never chose HIM but HE came running after after us with HIS arms wide open to embrace us to Himself.

    HE rolled the stone symbolising not only the Physical but also the Spritual death to give us a new life in HIM.

    We are still are a Rolling Stone cause sin still surrounds us. We have all fallen short BUT by HIS grace and mercy HE still rolls away our sin so that we may be blameless before HIM as HE awaits coming for us so that we may dwell with HIM forever and ever. Amen


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    Jan 5th, 1:41pm report

    The darkness should have known.
    Makes no sense to me, even if it knows how is that any help?
    It’s light that should be mentioned not darkness.
    I can’t give interpretation when it doesn’t make sense.


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    Jan 5th, 1:27pm report

    I think it’s dangerous to write lyrics that have two meaning. One thing I kept thinking is maybe there’s a connection to rolling stone magazine. Jesus did not roll the stone it was the angels. Six feet under? We’re you six feet under? Unless you experience really you have no idea what it really means.
    I just love song mention the name of Jesus, the Holy Spirit praising God not ourselves. These songs are mostly lyrics about us, making ourselves feel good, when the Bible says: praise God with Thanksgiving.
    First time I heard it in church but I couldn’t get myself to sing some parts. Lyrics mean a great deal to me as we will be judged of every word we speak.
    God bless all.
    This is my opinion.


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    Dec 6th, 12:42am report

    She might be talking about Jesus saving us all from our impending death away from Him. Saving us all from our sin.

    I dont think the rolling stone in this song is about Him rolling away his own stone, even though he did indeed do that. I think this is about him rolling away OUR stones to raise us up from the dead like he did Lazarus.

    She mentions how "at all once [she] came alive..." and how Jesus "called [her] name" ....these same things all happened to Lazarus.

    She also talks about how she was blinded but now she sees it... same thing that someone else Jesus saved said.

    Pretty sure the song is talking about Jesus rolling stones from our tombs and making us alive again.


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    Oct 1st, 10:43pm report

    My interpretation is the ability for a person to go back to God, after many mistakes, God still accepts them. When Lauren says “Six feet under, I thought it was over. An answer to prayer, the voice of a Savior”, my first thought was God calling out to her, after she thought God would never accept her again after all she did and had gone through. Thanks for reading, have a good day.


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    Aug 10th, 8:13am report

    I like the stone that was rolled away from Jesus tomb answer, I think it could also mean He didn't throw stones,and when they were gonna stone the woman adulteress to deTh for sinning, Jesus stopped them and told her to rise and sin no more,he may still roll them towards us to remind us not to throw stones at each other,or judge one another idk I like them both any "good" meaning u get out if it is great


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    Nov 4th, 2018 11:15pm report

    A person who likes to move often or is unwilling to settle down in one place or with one person or both. This phrase is based on the old saying "a rolling stone gathers no moss.

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