"Jesus Died In Las Vegas"


Do you think you'd love them all the same? (and even if)
You'd lose everything, faith too; you gave your blood
And the rest of that ridiculous crown,
And all your rags for just one dollar; you will ask men...

...To follow you and serve you to leave their lands
And their fathers who will love him but cheaters and whores,
Maybe they will follow you the same but they will
Wait for a reward richer than your word.

Jesus died in "The Las Vegas"
And here the lights have had the,
Had the taste and whole his blood and pain and, and regret.
Jesus died in "The Las Vegas"
And he died with the arrogance
Of who feels loved, feels love and betrayed.

In a dim motel you betrayed your friends
And married a bitch for few dollars, a cigar;
One day wedding, three nails are enough to be part
Of history if one accepts it and one believes in it.

Someone will follow him, abandon flags and kings
With sandals or a cadillac you will have
His place but they will forget you and don't know
How easy is to substitute a god.

Jesus died in "The Las Vegas"
And here the lights have had the,
Had the taste and whole his blood and pain and, and regret.
Jesus died in "The Las Vegas"
And he died with the arrogance
Of who feels loved, feels love and betrayed.
Jesus died in "The Las Vegas"
And here the lights have had the,
Had the taste and whole his blood and pain and, and regret.
Jesus died in "The Las Vegas"
And he died with the arrogance
Of who feels loved, feels love and betrayed.

Nothing is more contagious than sin
Nothing is more contagious than sin,
Nothing is more contagious than sin
Nothing is more contagious than sin...


Lyrics submitted by Scissors333

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