It was the second day of spring
And sunbeams made love to windows
In all the houses

And I was Jesus
And I decided to come down to earth
In the shape of a woman this time

And I was Jesus
And I went into the sea
And I took two fishes
And I turned them into millions

And I took five loaves of bread
And fed a country with them
And I said: "Do you believe me now"?
"Sorry", they said
"We focused on your wet white cloth as you
bent over to pick up the fishes"

And I was bitter for a while, but then I decided to go at it again

And I was Gandhi
And I came back to earth
In the shape of a woman this time
And the river Ganges
It cleared my vision and I
Well, I guess I was a woman again

And I started my quiet, friendly revolution
And they said: "Oh, a quiet, friendly woman,
super rare"
And I tried to convince them it's not a
Personality, it's a choice and a belief
And: "Would you give me credit for it and
Can you please follow me"
And they said: "Speak louder,
We can't hear you when we're screaming
You look nice now that you don't eat"

And I was Martin Luther King
And I came back to earth
In the shape of a woman this time
And I was both black and a woman
I had two fights to fight so I was burned out
And well, that was it

And I was Jesus
And I went up to heaven Easter Sunday
And I said "I'm never going back to earth again"

But Mother said: "Oh Jesus
Up til now, you've been paying for Adam's sins
Soon is when the fun begins"
Then, She game me a date for when this would occur

Lyrics submitted by samystosa

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