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GODS ON THE LOOSEWORDS & MUSIC: Earl P. Reinhalter
I. I see fire-breathing gods, enslaving gods, forgiving gods and saving gods and ones who don't appear. I see pillars of salt where three or more live in fear. CHORUS A: of all the gods on the loose, which one do you choose? is he a blessing or a curse? did he make you or just the reverse? II. I saw by chance a hill of gloves. a pile of hands is what it was. fingers point at the sky where surgeons trade the other cheek for an eye for an eye, and amputees learn the sound of one hand praying. (repeat chorus A) III. I'd go to court and sue the gods if I could afford an honest judge. but all the gods will say that they were victimized on the ninth day. but if god's everywhere, he's in jail anyway. (repeat chorus A) CHORUS B: of all the gods on the loose, which one do you choose? soon it will all be clearer just who is the maker and who is the mirror.
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