"If I Die Laughing, It'll Be An Act Of God" as written by and Stephen Ramsey Martin Simon Walkyier....
It's revelation reveals -
Divine comedy (and more),
Please welcome your four hosts -
Death, famine, pestilence and war.

You say that we are all Gods' children, can you please explain -
How any father could inflict his children so much pain.
I'm sure he finds it funny - but I fail to see the joke,
I bet he'll piss his breeches when we all go up in smoke.

Life's one big disaster, I hear the sound of laughter coming from the hereafter, (I find it kind of odd)
We're stooges for Jehova, he loves to knock us over - so if I die laughing it'll be an act of God!

Thunderbolts were once his style
It's now malignant tumours,
I wonder what he'll think of next
To test my sense of humour?

You said I must accept his will - that God will spare the weak,
I bet those tears aren't tears of laughter running down your cheeck -
When you are stood right there beside me (egg upon your face),
Your precious soul floats with the dust back home in outer space.

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"If I Die Laughing, It'll Be an Act of God" as written by Stephen Ramsey Martin Walkyier


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