"Suing God" as written by Andrew Cairns, Michael Robert Mckeegan, Graham Hopkins and Martin Mccarrick....
I'm suing God
For spiritual harassment and the costs
I'm suing God
Our business has been working at a loss

What if no one meets me on the other side?
Say goodbye to time-shares in paradise
What if no one meets me on the other side?
What if no one meets me?

I'm suing God
For breach of peace and advertising laws
I'm suing God
I'll get him on the Darwin get-out clause

What if no one meets me on the other side?
Say goodbye to time-shares in paradise
What if no one meets me on the other side?
What if no one meets me?

What if no one meets me on the other side?
Say goodbye to time-shares in paradise
What if no one meets me on the other side?
What if no one meets me?


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"Suing God" as written by Graham Hopkins Andrew Cairns

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    General CommentFantastic b-sides of "Chuch of noise", one of the best tongue-in-cheek song ever! "Life is a business that is working at a loss."- Arthur Schopenhauer.
    dorveKon June 25, 2011   Link

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