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MasamiPhoenix
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09:30:01 PM Apr 8th 2014
I removed a line from Kansas stating that "Carry On My Wayward Son" is about a drug trip. While I believe it belongs on this list (the song never actually states it's about God, and could easily be a large number of scenarios, such as his actual father singing to him), there's no indication anywhere in the song that it's about drugs, and I could find absolutely no articles online anywhere even remotely indicating that it might be about drugs (save this very article). If it is, I'll put the line back, but I don't see any proof anywhere.
Stoogebie
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11:35:41 AM May 24th 2011
edited by Stoogebie
Should the song "Home" by Daughtry be added here? It topped the Christian charts, so I think it counts.

Sorry about posting three times, my computer hates me.
Stoogebie
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11:35:23 AM May 24th 2011
Should the song "Home" by Daughtry be added here? It topped the Christian charts, so I think it counts.
Stoogebie
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11:35:00 AM May 24th 2011
edited by Stoogebie
Should the song "Home" by Daughtry be added here? It topped the Christian charts, so I think it counts.

EDIT: Sorry for the double post. Actually, Daughtry could get points for a number of their songs being mistaken for Christian Rock*, and I believe Stephen Colbert actually described them as "Creed without the Jesus".
Nerd42
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09:10:01 PM Aug 17th 2010
What about "Not Christian Hip Hop"? There are alot of times when hip hop artists make statements like this. I'm thinking of that ICP song that says, "Truth is we follow God, we've always been behind him, the Carnival is God and may all Juggalos find him."
DragonQuestZ
12:23:40 AM Aug 18th 2010
Can include them.
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