I see you on the street, and at the store
on the bus and even at my front door.
Missionary go... missionary go home (x4)

I don't want part of your religion
but I'm glad it that makes you happy
said I don't want a part of your religion
so don't push your fascist brainwash down on me
I heard you say that your happy
but I don't want what you've got
because you follow blindly
in a process lacking critical thought

I see you on the street, and at the store
on the bus and even at my front door.
Missionary go... missionary go home (x4)

I know you think that religion (especially yours)
is going to save the world
but I've got something else to say
religion is responsible for more pain and suffering
than anything else in human history
second only to government
you are a slave and religion
is only the whip of the oversear
you've been brainwashed to produce and consume
sedated in the euphoria of faith

I see you on the street, and at the store
on the bus and even at my front door.
Missionary go... missionary go home (x4)


Lyrics submitted by Ken Braley

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