Jesus had some water, said "Wine'd be better yet". Elvis picked up a guitar and made all women wet.

Elvis he died young - Jesus he died younger.
Elvis died of too much - Jesus died of hunger.

Jesus sang down through the ages: "Do like you'd have'em do you".
Elvis rocked the universe with be-bop-a-lu-la -

Now here they are on black velvet, in a parking lot in Missouri - rocking my soul with rock'n'roll, soulful harmony.

Jesus went back to heaven to be the King of Kings, but I hear the King of Rock'n'Roll is still restlessly roaming.

Go on home to Jesus, El - he's waiting there you'll find. You two can jam on old gospel songs - them are the best kind.


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