I pray on Tuesdays and Sundays in church
I read my bulletin and missions insert
The Lord needs workers on his missions tour
But He doesn't need me of that I am so sure

I'll keep my Porsche and the house in the hills
I'll send you money and malaria pills
I sometimes wish that I was there with you too
But I know I could never live like you do

They need to like rice and wear double stretch suits
But I don't know why they wear surplus boots
Saving souls is important I know that it's true
So I think I'll send in the denarai
And leave the rest up to you

I'll keep my Porsche and the house in the hills
I'll send you money and malaria pills
I sometimes wish that I was there with you too
But I know I could never live like you do

The silver spoon and golden plate
Are gifts from God and mine to take
If you want to give all yours away
Well don't complain

In the picture they are smiling standing on a floor of dirt
Dressed in much too large torn ragged pants and Ralph Lauren Polo shirts
Missions is good yeah but it don't pay the bills
So I'll keep my little red 944 and the house in the hills

I'll keep my Porsche and the house in the hills
I'll send you money and malaria pills
I sometimes wish that I was there with you too
But I know I could never live like you do


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