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Flyleaf Cassie Lyrics

Last updated: 07/27/2014 06:45:41 PM

The question asked in order
To save her life or take it
The answer 'no' to avoid death
The answer 'yes' would make it

Make it

Do you believe in God?
Written on the bullet
Say 'yes' to pull the trigger

Do you believe in God?
Written on the bullet
And Cassie pulled the trigger

All heads are bowed in silence
To remember her last sentence
She answered him knowing what would happen,
Her last words still hanging in the air

In the air

Do you believe in God?
Written on the bullet
Say 'yes' to pull the trigger
Do you believe in God
Written on the bullet?
And Cassie pulled the trigger
Say 'yes' and pull the trigger

How many will die
I will say yes!
And Cassie pulled the trigger

Do you believe in God?
Written on the bullet
And Cassie pulled the trigger

Do you believe in God?
Written on the bullet
And I will pull the trigger.

Thanks to Bowoneshi@yahoo.com for submitting Cassie Lyrics.
Composer : Lacey Mosley
Length : 3:07
Released : 2003
Genre : Alternative metal, Christian rock, Hard rock

"Cassie" is a song by Christian alternative metal band Flyleaf. It was first released on their self-titled EP Passerby, when they were still named Passerby. "Cassie" subsequently appeared on Flyleaf (EP), Flyleaf LP Sampler, and Flyleaf (album).

The song refers to Lacey Mosley's view on the Columbine High School massacre concerning the death of Cassie Bernall. The account it is based on claims that Cassie Bernall was asked by one of the gunmen whether she believed in God or not. Upon expressing her belief, she was shot in the face. According to some accounts, Cassie was not questioned about her beliefs, but a similar question was put to Valeen Schnurr, who was spared by Dylan Klebold. The investigation team that worked on the Columbine shooting came to similar conclusions regarding the incident and its authenticity. From Wikipedia



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