Hey, Livin', my choice of songs would be what I consider my favorite mainstream rock song of all time, "Under The Milky Way", by The Church. Through the years since 1988, most people who comment on this song claim that it is about atheism. I pretty much drew the same conclusion, until I read an article about it's creation a while back. First of all, it's not about atheism, it's about an outdoors open theater that put on plays under the stars, and the line "I think about the loveless fascination, under the Milky Way tonight" is about the love of acting, and how people can detach themselves from their true selves, and play a part that is not themselves. Second, the song was not written by lead vocalist Steve Kilby, but by his girlfriend at the time. I would really like talk to Mr. Kilbey about his take on all this, because alot of his songs can give the impression that atheism plays a part in them. You just have to listen. A final note, the idea of having a play under the stars is a fascinating one, because not only are you playing to your audience, but the stars and the universe are also audience.