|10-31-2013, 10:54 AM||#22 (permalink)|
Registered Jimmy Rustler
Join Date: Sep 2007
Now, this is a story all about how My body got nailed up to a cross And I liked to take a minute heres how begins I'll tell you how I died for all your mortal sins
In west Bethlehem I was born and raised In Nazareth was where I spent most of my days Chillin' out maxin' relaxin' all cool And all makin some wood cups, wowin' some fools When a couple of Romans Who were up to no good Said I wasnt behavin; in the way that I should I had one last supper and my men drank wine I said eat my body drink my blood and Ill be fine
I was nailed a cross and when death came nearer The light shown brightly and I saw a little clearer If anything I could say that the roman wins But I thought now forget it, Ill die for your sins
They. pulled. me to my grave about seven or eight And I rose from my tomb yo, home smell you later Looked at my kingdom I was finally there To settle in heaven and listen to prayer
*Best chance of losing virginity is in prison crew*
*Always Checks Credentials Crew*
*nba > nfl crew*
*Shave one of my legs to pretend its a girl in my bed crew*
|11-04-2013, 10:28 PM||#24 (permalink)|
watching the wheels
Join Date: Oct 2013
I'm an agnostic, but I don't have any problems with religious songs, if it is good kind of it, I mean, I don't have any problems with artists like Johnny Cash, or Kris Kristofferson or Hank Williams whose songs were often religious.
But some of those gospel songs are too much for me. It is okay if you are religious (if it does not get over the top) but the way you sing about these things matters a lot.
Last edited by Taxman; 11-09-2013 at 11:33 PM.