We hear a lot of talk about
The Ecumenincal Movement.
They say we should all get together
And be one big happy family.

Catholic, Protestent and Jew,
Buddhist, Muslim and Hindu
I guess they want the Devil, too,
In the Ecumenical Movement.

They always talk about the Golden Rule
And the Sermon on the Mount
But whether you’ve ever been born again
Doesn’t even seem to count.
I know my sins are all forgiven
And I am on my way to heaven
My trust is in the Lord and not
The Ecumenical Movement.

‘Tis modern now to talk about
The Ecumenical Movement
The old ways are not good enough
They all must now be forgotten.

Virgins birth, the Trinity
The blood of Christ on Calvary
They’ve made a better way, you see, through
The Ecumenical Movement.

(Repeat Chorus “They always talk…”)

These folks they always talk about
The Ecumenical Movement
That we all travel different roads
But they all lead to Heaven.

But God’s words plainly say
That Jesus is the only way
So put your trust in him today, not
The Ecumenical Movement.


Lyrics submitted by nitroglycol, edited by s. wesley1

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    General CommentOops, just realized that it should say "Calvary" not "Calgary". That's what I get for copying and pasting!

    The song is both cute and creepy.
    nitroglycolon April 25, 2010   Link

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