Let the lion, and the ram, and the fish fight it out
Oh lord let me be a peaceful man
Because I don’t understand the minds of violent men
Sometimes nature can be such a bitch
But you carry no sword when they nailed you to the board
Your beautiful and loving sacrifice
Let the lion, and the ram, and the fish fight it out
And lord let me be a peaceful man

Because I ain’t trying to be perfect, I’ll be perfect when I’m dead
All the mistakes have made me who I am.
And the serpent may be shrewd, and got a bad attitude
But how’s the different from the rest of us
So birds have their nests and the foxes their dens
but the Sodom man has no place for his head
I ain’t trying to be perfect I’ll be perfect when I’m dead
Lord have mercy I’m a selfish man

And if we go up to the mountain
There’s only one word for a cloud
How do you explain what’s unexplainable?
And when he asks for his name he said, “it’s always been the same. I am, I am I’ve always been.”
It’s neither here nor there It’s not seen it’s everywhere seer this eyes within the heart of man
So love your god with your heart love your neighbor as your own and the rest is just I guess is as good mine.

Let the lion and the ram and the fish fight it out
Let them go like the dinosaurs
The greatest sin in this world is rejection of your reason fear a man who pulls from one book
Still the heavens declare and the skies proclaim day after day hear them singing
Love your god with your heart love your neighbor as your own and the rest is just I guess is as good as mine.
Love your god with your heart love your neighbor as your own and the rest is just I guess is as good as mine.


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