Lyrics and song artists for song lyrics with examples of antithesis
Antithesis, a song by Origin on Spotify
Jesus, of course, categorically claimed to be the truth, "I am the way, the truth and the life" (John 14:6). John himself reveals Christ as the very word, the logos, of God (John 1:1). And thus Jesus, who categorically claims to be the truth, Jesus who is the very word and logos of God, becomes the starting point, the self-vindicating foundation of the Christian's worldview and reasoning. Due to the antithesis between the believer and unbeliever, all unbelieving reasoning must then take its stand in opposition to the Word of God and to the truth of God. To put it briefly, the unbeliever must be "at war with the Word."
Lyrics containing the term: antithesis
A brief string prelude lulls you into thinking the song is a pretty ballad, and assumption quickly dispelled by the sudden interruption of the drums, and the introductory lyric that sums up the song: 'You made a fool of me, but them broken dreams have got to end.' What follows is three minutes of some of the most powerful and compelling pop music Jeff has ever written.
Antithesis, a song by OverMind on Spotify
The lyric in the song "there's a hole in my head where the rain comes in" is believed to be a tribute of sorts to the Beatles' song which has the opening line of "I'm fixing a hole where the rain gets in."In approximately 2008 (possibly earlier), Jeff Lynne re-recorded a solo version of that was almost identical to the original album recording.