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Tuesday, 30 September 2008
11:36:31 AM (GMT)
In the days following the killings at Columbine High School, in April of 1999, a
story circulated that Cassie Bernali had been confronted by killer, Dylan Kiebold, in
the library. The students, in the library, had taken refuge under the tables. He
asked her if she believed in God and when Cassie said "yes," he killed her. She
became a hero, but there were different accounts of what actually happened. Cassie
had a trouble past, but after joining a church youth group, had straightened her life
out. She was known to carry her Bible to school and was wearing a WWJD (What would
Jesus do) bracelet, on the day that she was murdered. The boy, Craig Scott, who said
that he had heard the exchange between Cassie and Kiebold, had not seen the exchange
but had only heard it. When he pointed out the location of the gunman and the table
that he’d heard the voice emanate from, it was a different table. The girl under
that table was Valeen Schnurr, who was wounded and praying, when one of the gunmen
asked her if she believed in God. She said, "Yes, I believe in God." The gunman
walked away. Another girl, Emily Wyant, was hiding under the table that Cassie was
under. She said that Cassie was praying, when Kiebold looked under and said,
"Peekaboo," then shot Cassie. She wondered if he had singled Cassie out because she
was praying. Emily didn’t hear an exchange about Cassie’s belief in God. Kiebold
didn’t harm Emily. Another young man, Joshua Lapp, said that he’s sure of his
memory and he heard Cassie say, "yes," when she was asked if she believed in God and
was then shot. Craig Scott’s sister, Rachel, was killed that day, too. Her name was
added to the song when the group found out that there was a question about Cassie’s
encounter with the killers. In the end, it doesn’t really matter, who said that
they believed. They were all praying to God, so I don’t think their belief is in
question. The group wrote the song to honor the fallen at Columbine.


Lyrics by Flyleaf

The question asked in order
To save her life or take it
The answer no to avoid death
The answer yes would make it
Make it

Do you believe in God
Written on the bullet
Say yes to pull the trigger
Do you believe in God
Written on the bullet
And Cassie pulled the trigger

All heads are bowed in silence
To remember her last sentence
She answered him knowing what would happen
Her last words still hanging in the air
In the air

Do you believe in God
Written on the bullet
Say yes to pull the trigger
Do you believe in God
Written on the bullet
And Rachel pulled the trigger (Rachel’s name was added, later)

How many will die
I will die
I, I will say yes

Do you believe in God
Written on the bullet
Say yes to pull the trigger
Do you believe in God
Written on the bullet
And Cassie pulled the trigger

(Do you believe)
Do you believe in God (Do you believe)
Do you believe in God (Do you believe)
Do you believe in God
And I will pull the trigger


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