Now, the first thing I should say is that this isn't the best place to look for song lyrics. It isn't even a good place to look. My collection is rather pitiful and comprises those few songs that have driven me mad wondering what the lyrics were, or that I wanted to sing along to but the words weren't in the CD book.

But if you happen to want to know the lyrics to one of these few songs, then this is a useful page. As well as getting lyrics you also get my thought on the song and why I like it - due mostly to the fact that this is my site.

You'll probably notice that quite a few songs are by the same bands. This is because I like those bands. You should have been able to work that out for yourself.

Some of the songs I listened to and scribed myself, the others I grabbed from an internet site.

by Five Iron Frenzy
This song is at the top of the list because it is my favourite. It is about the gifts that we give God aren't really worth much in themselves - especially when you realise that the whole world is already His - but He treasures them as gifts and loves us more deeply than we could know.

I have this song on the CD 'Proof that the Youth are Revolting' by Five Iron Frenzy, a Ska band, but it's also on some other CD as well. My other favourite song on the CD is 'Every New Day', which I will find the lyrics for at some point.

This is another Five Iron song. It is about the images that are presented on Mag covers and how they aren't what a girl should aspire to be. One Girl Army
by Five Iron Frenzy

My Evil Plan to Save the World
by Five Iron Frenzy
Because God has a plan to save the world already in motion, and any plan relying on human means cannot compete. If you want to make a difference in the world, all you have to do is ask for God to use you in what he is doing.

A silly song proclaiming all the virtues of Canada. Of course, Australia is better, but (luckily) the Americans are too far away to realise this. Oh, Canada
by Five Iron Frenzy

Blue Comb '78
by Five Iron Frenzy

A song about a comb.
Have you seen it?

We hold freedom and democracy in high regard, but what is freedom?
by Five Iron Frenzy

Be Thou My Vision One of my favourite songs of all time, the other being Amazing Grace. This song is a prayer, and is full of such rich imagery that I cannot help but fall in love with not only the song but its object; namely God.

This song tells of the grace that God has - saving us when we were unable to do anything about it ourselves, and giving us the strength to continue when we have none of our own. Amazing Grace
by John Newton

In The End
by Linkin Park
In the end, it doesn't matter how hard you try.
Life comes only with a pass or fail grade.
You either say to God "Thy will be done", or in the end He will say "Thy will be done" - which isn't good because our actions always cause a mess.

You never know when things are going to change suddenly from good to bad. But just like rain passes, so do bad times. Four Seasons In One Day
by Crowded House

Let it Be
by The Beatles
When things are crap, just let it all go and rely on God.

I don't really know what this song is about, which is why I grabbed the lyrics of it. Kinda catchy, which is why so many bands play it. I suppose someone invented it, but I don't know who they were. Take On Me

The Impression That I Get
by The Mighty Mighty Bosstones
A song about being tested, and how we can't rely on ourselves in difficult times.

The last shall be first and the first shall be last. You don't want to leave this world with too many possessions because they will only drag you down. The Loser
by Switchfoot

Warcraft 3 Trailer Music
by Blizzard
These are the lyrics to the Warcraft 3 trailer music, which can probably still be downloaded from Blizzard

A song from a piano man Piano Man
by Billy Joel

Be My Escape
by Relient K
About giving up and getting out