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Doubt has a pretty popular theme when it comes to our music. I don't believe it's good to camp out in a state of doubt, however I am a firm believer that God uses it as a strong tool for growth. I wrote this song at a time when I first started reading books like "Mere Christianity" and "Velvet Elvis". The ideas/questions in those books were things I had never thought about or ever heard from a pulpit in the baptist church where I grew up. At first new thoughts on theology can sort of throw you off course, which is why you should use caution when reading books like these and try to compare it to Scripture, but it leads you to forks in the road that make you answer deep questions about your own faith. Whenever God stretches my knowledge of Him it's always a little painful, but when you get through it find yourself a new, whole person; more mature, more at peace. We all try to lock God into boxes that can't contain Him, and He will continue to break out of them until the Day we see Him.
-Dave


A big part of growing up is realizing that the many of the goals and heights you hoped to achieve while you were young are, in the end, just unrealistic.
This song's about those issues, and how we can apply those things to God, other people, or anything, really.
We practiced this song many times, but I don't remember ever playing it live.
-Matt

lyrics

Underneath it all I'm really quite confused.
Opinions made me fall far away from you.

Take a step where you can't see and I will meet you there.

I am not the man I thought I'd be,
something's happened to me,
and I could swear that it's you.
I am not the man I hoped I'd be,
something's changing me,
and I know that it's you!

I had you figured out, fit nicely in a box.
My head was tossed about, but you broke all the locks.

Take a step where you can't see and light will meet you there.

I am not the man I thought I'd be,
something's happened to me,
and I could swear that it's you.
I am not the man I hoped I'd be,
something's changing me,
and I know that it's you!

I am not the man I thought I'd be.
Lately something's happening to me.
You were nothing like I thought you'd be.
Greater than my mind could ever see.

credits

from Something Like Fiction: The Lost Album​(​s), released January 15, 2013
2009 Dave Stovall, Matt Lott, Seth Farmer, Ryan Coon, & Jaime Hays

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