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Holy Soldier - See no evil 1990

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See no evil is a song written by Michael Andrew Cutting, Andy Stephen Robbins, Steven Patrick O'Donnell, Jamie Stephen Crammer, Terry Lynn Russell and David Vincent Zaffiro (Ex Bloodgood) . From the album "Holy Soldier". First charted on  rock radio in August of 1990. See No Evil went to No.6 on the charts, the song received a Dove award nomination for Metal recording of the year in 1991 It lost out to stranger.


Lirycs:
I float inside her womb
Oh mother, I am coming soon
Suddenly, fear and dread
When mother says she wants me dead

Oh, how can you do this to me?

Thousands come
Please don't kill me
Thousands go
I want to live

Day by day
Can anyone hear me
The numbers grow
I want to live

God hears them cry
We hear the lie
And we simply
Look the other way

See no evil
Hear no evil
Speak no evil

From a pail with open eyes
I see the man that I despise
He looks at me and turns his back
As my life fades, it fades to black

And there's no turning back

Thousands come
Please don't kill me
Thousands go
I want to live

Day by day
Can anyone hear me
The numbers grow
I want to live

God hears them cry
We hear the lie
And we simply
Look the other way

See no evil
Hear no evil
Speak no evil

Mommy, can you hear me?
Mommy, mommy, I'm afraid

Thousands come
Please don't kill me
Thousands go
I want to live

Day by day
Can anyone hear me
The numbers grow
All I want is a chance to live

God hears them cry
We hear the lie
And we simply
Look the other way

See no evil
Hear no evil
Speak no evil

See no evil
Hear no evil
Speak no evil



Terry and Jamie on the set of the park scene shooting of see no evil video.

1 comment:

  1. That video brought back some awesome memories, of a better time of music. I bought that CD, listened to it hundreds of times & still do. Holy Soldier ROCKS!

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