We Came As Romans Lyrics


Dave Stephens - Vocals
Kyle Pavone - Vocals/Keys
Joshua Moore - Guitar
Lou Cotton - Guitar
Andy Glass - Bass
Eric Choi - Drums

Recorded with up-and-coming producer Joey Sturgis (The
Devil Wears Prada, Emarosa, Attack Attack) at his
Foundation Recording Studio, the 10-song follow-up to their
breakout EP, Dreams, finds the band expanding their blend
of pop-infused metal.

Although recorded with the same producer, there is still an
intentional difference between the two albums. We Came As
Romans didn’t let the fact that they are only a More...


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The Choice | Reviewer: Adam Rock
    ------ About the song Tracing Back Roots performed by We Came As Romans

I think We Came As Romans is saying this was the choice that they made to get on the road to proclaim their music. But they remain loyal to their original fan base as the singer later sings that "my home is in your heart." One never forgets their roots.

One of the more positive songs by WCAR | Reviewer: Adam Rock
    ------ About the song Hope performed by We Came As Romans

We Came As Romans' positve and motivating way of saying that everyone has a voice in the game of life. Whatever scars you have in your own life can positively help someone else in their life if you know how to properly voice your opinion positively.

Is Your Cup Half Empty Or Half Full? | Reviewer: Adam Rock
    ------ About the song Understanding What We've Grown To Be performed by We Came As Romans

After watching the video, I think that helped me to understand what We Came As Romans is trying to say. One can only fill someone else's cup so much - you can only give so much in this world, but there comes a point, where the lyrics underlyingly say he's letting go and basically feeling "compassion, forgiveness and love" because they're essential feelings to understand the need of being real those around you without having to empty yourself.

Just a bit extra from me and not necessarily the band, if one fills their cup in Christ, you will always be filled and you'll most likely have more than enough "compassion, forgiveness and love."

I Think There's Some Remorse Here | Reviewer: Adam Rock
    ------ About the song What I Wished I Never Had performed by We Came As Romans

I could be wrong, but I'm thinking there's a bit of an unbeknowst backstory possibly from someone in the band, possibly one of the songwriters.
Anyways, my take says that there's some remorse on the part of a possibly awful backlashing on a friend or relative that he couldn't explain why he was more than angry.
The hardest part about this whole song is what I believe the singer says that he can never part ways with his demons and to me that is sad. But my usual disclaimer to all who read my words on here: Christ prevails over any demons.


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