"Methodist Coloring Book" as written by and Linderman Genaro....
You've got a Methodist coloring book
And you color really well
But don't color outside the lines
Or God will send you to hell
'Cause God hates war
And God hates crime
But He really hates people
Who color outside the lines
You've got a Methodist coloring book
Don't color outside the lines
'Cause if God doesn't strike you with lightning
He'll at least make you go blind
Good people get sent to the attic
Bad people will roast in the cellar
But there's a special kind of hell
For those who just won't learn to color
God is gracious, God is good
Let us color in his book
God wears cotton, God wears rayon
He can mend a broken crayon
God is honest, He don't take payola
Let's all thank him for our Crayolas
You've got a Methodist coloring book...
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"Methodist Coloring Book" as written by Linderman Genaro

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    General CommentFunny! Very catchy too.
    endofthelinejoelon June 17, 2004   Link
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    General Comment"...and i shall seek your guidance in coloring outside the lines...in your name i pray: moo & amen.
    vera_lynn07on July 28, 2006   Link
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    General Commentwell, one night Rodney was watching TV, and he saw something about a Catholic Coloring Book. for some reason, he sent in the money to get it, but he never got it, He thought the best way for revenge would be a song called Methodist Coloring Book. true story.
    dmmskater09on July 24, 2008   Link

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