Tolerate my stance today. I've found my truth in my own way. So play the blaming game today. This intolerance, it cannot stay. So play the naming game that you've made for me. Tell me who I can and cannot be Intolerance for me is plain to see, my truth's not the truth you want it to be.
Tell me the lies, I want the sincere lies. Base them all on how I feel. Tell me the lies - only if they're sincere lies. And I'll believe that they are real.
Excuse me and my faith today...It's arrogance, it's pompous claims. Excuse me and my choices today. They don't sit well with you, so they cannot stay. "It's true for you, but not true for me."- So let's just be one big complacent family - Until my "arrogant" claims to faith anger you and you prove that your philosophy's not true.
Song Description: 'This song is a philosophical stance promoting absolute truth as well as exposing the weaknesses in the current philosophies often used in pop culture. The politically correct will often state that 'if it's true for you than that's great, but it may not be true for me. As long as you believe it with your whole heart, then that's all that matters.' However, as soon as someone who believes in absolute truth with their whole heart (i.e. a Christian) and promotes it to those around them, they are frowned upon by those same' politically correct' people and are labeled as 'intolerant' of others beliefs. The contradiction is obvious in regards to what they say versus what they do. They believe just as strongly in their stance as a proponent of absolute truth does, but they just disguise the way they fight it.' - Staple