This here's a song about two sets of Jones'
Rothchild, Evelyn, Rueben and Sue
Just for discussion, through random selection,
We've chosen two couples who haven't a clue

Rothchild was lucky to marry so wealthy,
Evelyn bought him a house on the beach
Rueben and Sue they had nothing but Jesus
And at night they would pray that He cared for them each

[Chorus]
And the rain came down,
And it blew the four walls down
And the clouds they rolled away,
One set of Jones' was standing that day

Evelyn's Daddy was proud of young Rothchild
He worked the late hours to be number one
Just newlyweds and their marriage got rocky,
He's flying to Dallas, she's having a son

Rueben was holding a Gideon's Bible
When He screamed "it's a Boy" so that everyone heard
And the guys at the factory took a collection
Again God provided for bills he incurred

[Chorus]

So what is the point of this story,
What am I trying to say?
Is your Life built on the Rock of Christ Jesus,
Or a Sandy foundation you've managed to lay?

Well, needless to say Evelyn left her husband,
Sued him for every penny he had
And I truly wish that those two would find Jesus
Before things get worse then they already have


[Chorus]

And the rain came down,
And it blew the four walls down
And the clouds they rolled away,
There's two set's of Jones'
Which ones will you be?

Li de di, li de di, li de di,
Li de di, li de di, li de di,
Li de di, li de di, li de di, di di


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    Evelyn and Rothchild had materialstic possessions and thought they were set for life; however, Rueben and Sue only had God to turn to, and in the end, they survived all of the trials life threw at them. Evelyn and Rothchild never found God and eventually suffered pain and unhappiness.

    mslonely99on January 05, 2008   Link

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