I SAW A PICTURE YESTERDAY,
IN A MEN'S ROOM NEAR L.A.
LYING ON THE FLOOR BESIDE THE THRONE.
HAD I NOT RECOGNISED THE CROSS,
I MIGHT HAVE FAILED TO KNOW THE BOSS.
I THOUGHT , LORD, YOU LOOK NEGLECTED AND ALONE.

I PICKED IT UP WITH LOVING CARE,
I WONDERED WHO HAD PLACED IT THERE.
THEN I SAW THERE WAS NO PAPER ON THE ROLL.
I SAID, "LORD, WHAT WOULD YOU DO
IF YOU WERE ME AND I WAS YOU,
TAKE A CHANCE, SAVE YOUR PANTS OR YOUR SOUL?"

THEN A VOICE SAID:

"KINKY, IT'S JESUS HERE, YOU KNOW, AND I AIN'T NO SQUARE.
I'VE GOT THESE PICTURES OF ME AND THESE STATUES,
YOU KNOW, THEY'RE EV'RYWHERE.
WELL, I MAY SEEM I COME FROM LIVERPOOL,
AND THEN, ON THE OTHER HAND, I MAY COME FROM FRANCE.
BUT IF YOU DON'T GET OFF THAT TOILET,
WELL, I'M JUST GONNA HAVE TO DANCE."

I SAW A PICTURE YESTERDAY
IN A MEN'S ROOM NEAR L.A. (L.A.)


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