como los monos de gibraltar

sábado, 21 de noviembre de 2009

Religión POP 19: Comparaciones odiosas

6 comentarios:

Ender dijo...

eres el nuevo El Glendo

PacoclavelbarraDivine dijo...

Nunca me cayó bien Optimus, los Decepticons molaban más especialmete los Casettecons...

Haciendo Amig@s dijo...

¿Qué pasa con El Glendo original?¿Desaparecido en combate?

faes dijo...

Os habeis befado de Ramoncin y del abuelo putativo de Aznar y se ha retirado a las colinas a meditar. Pero desde las colinas lo ve todo así que cuidadín.

rub al cava dijo...

como que las colinas tienen ojos

Sabiduría Popular dijo...

Jesus Christ was a man who traveled through the land
Hard working man and brave
He said to the rich, "Give your goods to the poor."
So they laid Jesus Christ in his grave.
Jesus
was a man, a carpenter by hand
His followers true and brave
One dirty little coward called Judas Iscariot
Has laid Jesus Christ in his grave
He went to the sick, he went to the poor,
And he went to the hungry and the lame;
Said that the poor would one day win this world,
And so they laid Jesus Christ in his grave.
He went to the preacher, he went to the sheriff,
Told them all the same;
Sell all of your jewelry and give it to the Poor,
But they laid Jesus Christ in his grave.
When Jesus came to town, the working folks around,
Believed what he did say;
The bankers and the preachers they
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nailed him on a cross,
And they laid Jesus Christ in his grave.
Poor working people, they follered him around,
Sung and shouted gay;
Cops and the soldiers, they nailed him in the air,
And they nailed Jesus Christ in his grave.
Well the people held their breath when
they heard about his death,
And everybody wondered why;
It was the landlord and the soldiers that he hired.
That nailed Jesus Christ in the sky.
When the love of the poor shall one day turn to hate.
When the patience of the workers gives away
"Would be better for you rich if
you never had been born"
So they laid Jesus Christ in his grave.
This song was written in New York City
Of rich men, preachers and slaves
Yes, if Jesus was to preach like
he preached in Galillee,
They would lay Jesus Christ in his grave.