The story of Jesus
so easy to explain
After they crucified him,
a woman, she claimed his name
The story of Jesus
the whole bible knows
went all across the desert
and in the middle, he found a rose

There should be no questions
there should be no lies
He was married ever happily after
All the tears we cry
No use in arguing
all the use to the man that moans
When each man falls in battle
his soul it has to roam
Angles of heaven
flying saucers to some,
made Easter Sunday
the name of the rising sun

The story is written
by so many people who dared,
to lay down the truth
to so very many who cared
to carry the cross
of Jesus and beyond
We will guide the light
this time with a woman in our arms
We as men
can't explain the reason why
the woman's always mentioned
at the moment that we die
All we know
is God is by our side,
and he says the word
so easy yet so hard

I wish not to be alone,
so I must respect my other heart
Oh, the story
of Jesus is the story
of you and me
No use in feeling lonely,
I am searching to be free

The story
of life is quicker
than the wink of an eye
The story of love
is hello and goodbye
Until we meet again

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    General CommentI have always had a major problem with poetry. I can never figure out what it's trying to say. Song lyrics are just about as bad. The song writers make it worse by not giving clear answers when asked. This seems to be universal and it goes clear back to the era of Beethoven. Except for a brief period in the late 1800's artists just do not want to pin down what they tried to say. This really pisses me off sometimes but i expect it will never change and i have accepted that. So will someone give this a shot? This was the last thing Jimi wrote and he did not get a chance to set it to music.
    Did he really think Jesus was married or is it a metaphor (i hope thats the right use of the word)?
    xird77on April 04, 2006   Link

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