I learned why the good Lord gave me wrists
when he slapped those handcuffs on,
and I praise God he gave me teeth
to get your zipper down.

As my mouth begins to water
I know that it's true
these lips of mine
were made for sucking you.

Polishing your belt buckle
is what my forehead's for.
My ears are here for you to grab,
my knees to scrub your floor.

As my eyes begin to water,
I know that it's true,
these lips of mine
were made for sucking you.

When you yanked my britches down,
put my belly on the floor,
I found why the King of Kings
gave this poor boy a back door.


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    My InterpretationThese lyrics may strike some of you as extremely gross. When you actually hear Weigle sing the song, you understand. The music is unmistakably an evangelical southern US church hymn, and as such, makes the song extremely funny. It is, in short, an in-your-face, middle-finger-to-the-sky to those religious groups that devote themselves to attacks against the LGBTI community--like the Westboro Baptist Church and so many others. If you are a humourless homophobe you will hate the song. This song is from his album "SoulSex" and is available on iTunes.
    xmanforever77on May 08, 2016   Link

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