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My Religion Lyrics

Who’s gonna save us all
Nothing and nobody but you
Who’s gonna make me whole
Nothing and nobody but you
Can’t change me, sway me
Don’t know what to make of me
You got my devotion fanatical though it may be
I love your mind, heart, body and...

  1. anonymous
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    Apr 9th report

    Are everyone stupid? Everywhere I go online they say it's a Christian song, but I can't see it. It's clearly a love song! Why else would they say "I love your mind, heart *body* and soul"? How can you love a religion's body? Everyone I asked agreed. So. What's wrong with you people? Are you so caught up in your religion that you can't recognize love when you see it?

  2. anonymous
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    Oct 9th 2018 report

    The artist is saying that God is his religion. Not the church, not the priest, not the pews in church, just God. Some people nowadays are becoming dependent on the church and on the priest to be guided, and "hand-held" through life. As Christians, the artist wants to make it clear that we believe in God and God alone. We don't want to become dependent on the priest, or other worldly things. Keep the Lord as your religion, not anything else. Can priests, and your brothers and sisters in Christ HELP you in your faith walk? Yes, of course! :) Just do not become dependent and start to replace the Lord with worldly things.

  3. anonymous
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    Jul 27th 2018 report

    This song is about religion, Christian to be exact. The writer is saying that God is his religion, and that he can't imagine life without God in it.

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