"Pop Guru" as written by George Edward Iii Pendergast, John Robert Richards, Rodney Browning-cravens, Scott Preston Alexander and Jim B Wood....
Sign up for a lecture with a man in a trance
You'll see the saints are all a step below the masters
Listen and believe what you're going to receive
And maybe you'll avoid the next disaster

Pop Guru's got a message for you
And we're all following
We're all following

Keep your power and your promise
And erase all your sins
And you can be all priestesses and healers
If they can be divine, then so can you
And so are all the prostitutes and dealers
While angels move like photons
The skeptics persist
If you want a past life you can have one
Swimming in the gene pool before we exist
Do you have your rubber gloves on


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"Pop Guru" as written by John Robert Richards George Edward Iii Pendergast

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    General Commentthe entire thing is so- true
    don't mean to point fingers at christianity but we have to admit, there are too many wrongfully religious people out there
    stop with dogma already
    serial7on June 06, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI LOVE the raw attitude in this song. It's about hypocrisy and the decaying effect it can have on a society, religion included, and if serial7 won't point the fingers at Christianity then I certainly will.
    And, er, the lyrics are a bit off.
    silentsailoron July 26, 2005   Link
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    General Commenthmm too bad the lyrics here are way off
    jbisaskyon February 01, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti don't know if they're purposefully trying to wage war on christianity--they're just using examples to say that they believe people should be more free-minded about EVERYTHING, and that we're all in the same boat. The important thing is to live life how you want to and not get sucked into crap that doesn't matter.
    buzzbozmaon June 16, 2008   Link

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