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Thrice Stand And Feel Your Worth Lyrics

Last updated: 09/26/2013 08:34:29 AM

Wake, stand and feel your worth, O my soul.
Kneel and know the word that can save us all.

We are fuel and fire both.
We are water.
Wed with wine and ghost.

We are wrought with breath and dirt, washed in second sight.
Woven through the earth, wreathed in rings of light.

Stand and feel your worth, O my soul.
Kneel and know the word, come to die.

We will wield a second birth, whet our wits and knives.
Wrap our knees in earth, wrap ourselves in light.

Wake, we will weigh and drink this cup.
We will burn, but we will not burn up.

Wake, feel your worth, O my soul.
Speak the word, the word that can save us all.
Awed by grace, I fall on my face.
And scream the word that can save us all.

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second birth | Reviewer: seeker, who has been found | 9/25/13

This song clearly denotes a daily (morning) ritual of prostration,recitation of a mantra or verse given by ones teacher, meditation on the true teachings (of whatever strain of one's initiation), another prostration and another recitation.

One of their "most Biblical" songs of all | Reviewer: Anthony Zarrella | 3/24/13

Pretty much this whole song is constructed from Bible quotes and imagery. First, just capitalize "Word" throughout the song - "The Word that could save us all" "Kneel and know the Word [who had] come to die"

Then you've got "wrought with breath and dirt" - the Genesis story (God shaped Adam out of clay and breathed life into him). "We will burn, but we will not burn up" - the burning bush in the desert (which was "burning, but was not consumed")

Most interesting to me though, as a Catholic, is "We are water, wed with wine and ghost." I have no idea if Dustin is Catholic, but that sounds to me an awful lot like the consecration of the Precious Blood in the Mass (holy water is added to the wine, and through the power of the Holy Spirit - or "Holy Ghost" - it becomes the Blood of Christ). No idea what, if anything, this says about Thrice's message in the song, but it's very intriguing to me.

poopies | Reviewer: Pat | 5/4/11

really awesome and almost cryptic song. My interpretation is about the second judgement of christ. where we will have to stand and feel our souls worth. Where we are chosen to go into heaven or hell

Awesome | Reviewer: Anonymous | 12/13/07

This definitely one of the best throce songs, the lyrics are about how much god loves us, and what he says to us, that we all are worth, to receive a place beneath him. Outrageous to write such a Song!!!