I just wanna take that banger and aim it right at my Maker
For placing me 'round all this danger, I can't even trust my neighbor
He just wants to take a gun (banger) and aim it at God. He feels like God screwed him in life for placing him in an dangerous area, where you can’t trust anyone.
If you also note, he slowly gets more absurd with the people he wants to shoot, going from the copper, to a pastor, to the Lord himself. This also explains why the lyrics go from “I’m probably (all alone on this one)” to “I might be..” and to “I know I’m..”
In the next line, he knows that only he’s the only one thinking these thing many would consider crazy and absurd.
He’s speaking for the people that question God about the suffering and dangers of this world. Our neighbors used to be the people that we depended on for help and assistance, now we have to find people outside of our communities that we can trust.
Soul could also be making an analogy to Job from the Bible, being that he had lost people close to him and he feels God is to blame.
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