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Deuce, from Nine Lives, wrote a song called America. It has the following lyrics:

They wanna see blood,
They wanna see hate,
Like needle in your vain,
Sickness with no name,
In a world that's insane,
Was America to blame?
When you're prayin' for a change,
To a god with no face!

Maybe "when you're prayin' for a change, To a god with no face!" means that the people are basically praying to nothing?

'Cause of I've got one religion
And I've got one decision it's a big fuck you!

I'm not so sure about this, but I'm pretty sure it means that his religion and decision is "a big fuck you!"

Eenie-meenie-minie-mo,
Aach one is gonna know when your time is coming soon,
'Cause there ain't enough of room in this world for us two.
Yeah I hate to break the news,
But I'll break it in this music to let world know who.
Who you've been using, who you're abusing,
It's the suits you've been fooling but you know that you're useless.
So he's acting so ruthless, deep inside you're just ruined,
'Cause I just keep on moving to show you the truth bitch.

This sounds like something atheists tend to talk about, or feel.

As an atheist, this song felt like it hit a chord in me.

So is Deuce an atheist?

  • Based on what I've heard of him (he was a favorite of mine at one point), he's definitely not religious. Unless he recently converted, that is. Very recently. – Micah Windsor Jul 6 at 15:15
  • @MicahWindsor Do you have a place that I could look at though? Because I do believe he at least isn't religious (I don't know if he's an atheist), but I just want to know. Also, I just want to find someone like me, another atheist, who is a popular singer. – Acid Kritana Jul 8 at 17:27
  • I wouldn't say Deuce is a very 'popular' singer, but I'd say the majority of well-known artists are atheists or agnostics. Religious people don't usually brag about all the drugs they currently do and 'every chick [they've] fucked'. The lyrics are my source. – Micah Windsor Jul 9 at 2:13
  • @MicahWindsor Lol true – Acid Kritana Jul 9 at 19:11

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