We all thought we'd be someone
When a man's promise means nothing
Against the will of his god
You can't serve two masters
No matter the cost
We all thought we were someone
Will you take redemption
Or watch me fall down from grace
I've seen all seven devils
And I am not afraid
Granted, the inclusion of Christian terms and ideas in song lyrics does not immediately make one a Christian. On the contrary, non-Christians and anti-Christians often infuse all sorts of religious imagery into songs purely for the purpose of inversion. I don't know if this was the case with Dallas Good. As I mentioned in my earlier post, I didn't really "know" the man.
Regardless, Dallas had a knack for including Christian themes in his lyrics. He also seemed to have his finger on the pulse of the End Times unfolding before our eyes, as revealed by the very last single the Sadies released -- an apocalyptic/demonic vision called Message to Belial:
Rise! Rise! The dawn of creation.
Lucifer, Lucifer, what have you done?
Fall! Fall! Last chance for salvation.
End of all nations, the darkest of ages has come
from one too many ways to go wrong.