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Easter song to the tune of Drunken Sailor

Discussion in 'Personal' started by pastychucker, Mar 29, 2011.

  1. Thank you lovely people!
    and Richie - oh yes....
  2. All your religion is a fairy story
    All your religion is a fairy story
    All your religion is a fairy story
    Only fit for children

    Jesus was a nice guy
    Dies but never rises
    Jesus was a nice guy
    But he was a nice guy.
    Not the half-bred hybrid
    Not the half-bred hybrid
    Of a jewish lady
    And a mighty deity.
  3. inq


    As a child in a small Midlands village we sang lots of Easter songs which were put onto tape (not even cassettes!) to be played in the local church during the Easter flower festival. There was a complaint made that What shall we do with the drunken sailor? wasn't appropriate for in church - I guess we weren't singing very clearly!

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