Sunday, November 18, 2012

"How It Really Should Be"


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  1. "Au nom de Dieu" - Pierre Perret :

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hDgL7HmhlWo

    Since the dawn of time,
    We cheerfully guts each others
    In the name of God.
    Yet we continue
    Doing always better.
    He's never satisfied.
    We have built him churches
    To appease his wrath,
    ♪ Couroucoucou1 ♫
    Temples and Meccas
    Where women and guys
    Honor him on their knees.

    Among all these fans,
    These millions of enthusiasts,
    All these sheep,
    There are those who love Jesus,
    Those who prefer Allah,
    Others their canary.
    If you're an atheist, you know,
    For these guys, you're done.
    ♫ Turlututu ♫
    They say you're wrong
    And that God is Love
    And then they kill you.

    The witches were burned,
    The gays undocumented
    The Freemasons
    And even they did peck
    To poor lions
    Blandine and the Boys.
    The Good King Saint Louis
    Massacred harkis
    As far as Tunis
    Then came under the mistletoe
    To put the star to the Jews
    And to provide justice.

    Charles Neuf, the Catholic,
    Offered to the Calvinists,
    In the name of God,
    The St. Bartholomew.
    The Irish people since
    Have not done much better.
    Mr. Columbus
    Who, on Friday, liked
    To eat fish,
    Burned with a blowtorch
    The great Geronimo
    Who ate buffalo.

    "No condom."
    Says the Sovereign Pontiff
    In the name of God,
    And this wise way
    To reduce unemployment
    Made him a happy man.
    Then there are these madmen of God
    Who, in the name of virtue,
    ♫ Pointy hat ♪
    bravely slay
    Women and children
    By reading the Koran.


    Since the dawn of time,
    We cheerfully guts each others
    In the name of God.
    Yet we continue
    Doing always better.
    He's never happy.
    If this God just and good
    Sends his prayers
    Only to killers
    Then should we think
    That the prayer of the strongest
    Is always the best?
    Then should we think
    That the prayer of the strongest
    Is always the best?

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