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Prove It
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Written by: Greg Graffin
Released in: 2002
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Hit the road in wander mode,
Inquire along the way.
Savoir faire in full despair
While living day to day,
My heart is not a cold cauldron of proof.
I don't ever need to prove myself to you.
No!

Looking back I'm off the tracks
More times than I recognize.
Mistakes are another opportunity to refine,
My heart is not a cold cauldron of proof.
I don't ever need to prove myself to you.

There's no such thing as hell,
But you can make it if you try.
There might come a day
When emotion can be quantified.

But as of now there's no proof necessary,
It's only in your mind.
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Versions
Version Length Release Catalog ID Country Format Year
Album version
1:14 The Process of Belief 86635-1 United States 12" 2010
1:14 The Process of Belief 86635-2 Russia CD 2007
1:14 The Process of Belief EICP-6 Japan CD 2002
1:14 The Process of Belief EICP-6 Japan CD 2002
1:14 The Process of Belief n/a United States MC 2002
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