"A Clown Of Thorns" as written by and Stephen Ramsey George Biddle....
Walking my personal Calvary mile to a do-it-yourself crucifixion,
It's a kingdom of clowns wearing martyrdom's frown
I must fight for my hammer and nails,
We're an endless procession of lost, dispossessed unbelievers
Whose prayers go unheard and unanswered,
(Unheard and unanswered like junk mail for Jesus).


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"A Clown of Thorns" as written by Martin Walkyier George Biddle

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    General CommentMartin (singer/writer) pictures himself as going to be crucified and as a clown for he is going so much against the flow (normality) that he seems to be fighting for his hammer and nails.

    He is also such an atheist that he includes a § that says prayers remain unheard for they are unworthy of God.
    CanaDaveon September 14, 2005   Link
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    General CommentMartin Walkyiers a pagan, not an atheist.
    Borknagaron November 23, 2006   Link

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