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(give me that old time religion) [Repeat]
Gimme that old time religion [Repeat 2x]
It's good enough for me.
It was good. (It was good.) It was good
ever seems to know
It’s only a black hole of expediency

And I'm about to be killed by the State of Georgia
And it don’t look good for me

And I'm
man alive
He said I'd give a rib for just somebody to talk to
Well thunder and lightnin' out providin'
You came strollin' by

She said, call me up,
I the old time religion.
Give I the old time religion.
For it is good enough for I.

If it was good for Moses and Aaron.
If it was good for David
Texas behind

It was thunderin' and lightnin' when we left Nolan County
The bus rolled along through the night
And Old 36, was the magic black
remember when
A flash of lightnin' drove us in.
We were soaked down to the skin
By the time we climbed inside.
And I don't remember what was poundin'
Traditional, arranged
By Arlo Guthrie

Come all you old time cowboys
And listen to my song
Please do not grow weary
I'll not detain you long
right, and you will feel alright
'Cuz when you're bad you will feel sad
That's the religion I live by

Could it be time to avoid this bush?
So we wouldn't
you think's right, and you will feel alright
'Cause when you're bad you will feel sad
That's the religion I live by

Could it be time to avoid this
Sung by everybody 
Hear me brothers, hear me sisters, 
Citizens and comrades hear my song. 
The old life's dead the order's changing 

It's time
Of the Magazine Wall/Hump, helmet and all?

He was one time our King of the Castle
Now he's kicked about like a rotten old parsnip.
And from Green Street he'll
truth no sense left to be followed

Facing this unbearable fear
like meeting an old friend

"Time to die, poor mates,
You made me what I am!"

In this
The preacher, he run till he spotted a tree
He said, "Up in that tree's where I oughta be"
By the time that bear made a grab for him
The preacher was a sittin'
Isn't it strange meeting you here 
Two old friends 
Just sitting down quietly drinking a beer 
But knowing your past the way that I do 
After all
store
With all of us watching, we didn't lover her anymore
Peep my poem, Mother was my old home
Good winners looted, in my old home
Religion is burned
The preacher, he run till he spotted a tree
He said, "Up in that tree's where I oughta be"
By the time that bear made a grab for him
The preacher was a sittin'
says she'll never barrel race again

good copenhagen is better than bad cocaine


I spent some time with texas dave mcdaniel

dippin snuff at nine
When yer head gets twisted and yer mind grows numb
When you think you're too old, too young, too smart or too dumb
When yer laggin' behind an'
Replace the T with a K
Religion's a reminder that our past is filled with liars

I've spent 21 years replacing my old fears for new ones
I've asked why,
rapture
By abusing mother nature
(TV: ...murdered close to old Berlin's Checkpoint Charlie. Police assumes just one more execution by competing drug
twenty-second birthday she already is an old maid
To her, death is quite romantic, she wears an iron vest
Her profession's her religion, her sin is her
'em down
Turn 'em into shopping malls the hood is like a ghost town
Haunted by souls who thought that time stood still
Just live your life
niggas will abandon your vision
And say don't give me that old time religion
I'm sick and tired of my homies getting killed
And the pastor's saying that
spite, of the hurt we hide
For old times sake
Won't you just take me by the waist
And hold me underneath the sheets
Make love like our first week

This is
us medicine which is poison
Doctors injecting our infants with the poison
Religion misoverstood is poison

Niggas up in my hood be getting shot giving