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TITLE: The Inter-trap
By Jacob Gibson
04/14/08
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This is a rock song about two believers that get addicted to porn and strugge to escape. (Try and guess where I got the names from!) If the song could be made, I think it would rock if some of the music could have musical notes of internet dial-up sounds (even though some of us donít have that anymore). Youíll also find I threw in a handful of internet jokes that may not make any sense to many. Iíll say once again, Iím not the best at this so I appreciate all of the advice youíve got. What do you think? How could I improve? Is it too long or too bland? Thanks! (Only a rough draft of some ideas) Special thanks to rhymezone.com!
1 Iím wanna tell ya a story of two regular guys
About Sam the strong and Dave the wise
Both loved the Lord and loved their wives
And were always very careful to guard their eyes

2 While browsing on the web on a summer day
They stumbled on some pictures that lead them astray
With one click they were caught like fish in a net
Stuck in a prison of addiction that they would soon regret!

(short instrumental chorus)

3 (normal speed) Dave could take it no more so he fell on his knees
And begged God to rescue him from this sinful disease
With help from his friends and self-control from within
He managed to escape and find freedom again

4 Sam refused to let go with a guilty face
His marriage soon ended in pain and disgrace
It was a sad thing indeed for his friends to see
And sadder yet that it still happens in society

(chorus)

(lyrics at double speed, maybe even rap style) Like raging rapids that toss you around, torrents that threaten to make you drown. The devilís distortion of Godís wonderful creation, a celebration of dark imagination. Great temptation to take down the nation with the sensation of gross imitation. Things donít look the same when you turn on the flame that consists of temptation, pleasure, and shame. Itís like an evil game that puts you in chains and tries to pull you away from Godís saving claim. Thatís why you need to beware and stay aware of falling into the lap of the inter-trap!

(music with message) You think you can handle it? O RLY? Donít make me LOL! Can you hold fire to your chest and not get burned? No! Itís too addictive! Itís like drinking honey mixed with poison: it may taste sweet but it slowly kills you. If you mess around it could quickly own you! You could soon find that all your mind... will belong to them. (return to song)

(instrumental chorus with spoken code)
m4k3 4 c0...v3n4n7 w...1th y0u...2 3y35! {Make a covenant with your eyes}

5 Just like a web of evil... a net of sin
Itís so hard to climb out once youíve fallen in
They go and ogle through their windows like a peeping Tom
Watch out, Mac! Someone set you up the bomb!

6 Thereís still hope if you read the 81813. {Bible}
PTL that He can still set you free!
Run from evil, run to God, Heíll unchain your feet
Itís a sweet, leet deal that canít be beat!

(instrumental chorus with beatboxing)

(big finish) Best.... thing... ever! R0xx000000rz!
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