Satan's Sibling

Rookie (15/03/1990 / In the Bahamas. (I wish))

King Herod's Song (Lyrics) - Poem by Satan's Sibling

Jesus, I am overjoyed to meet you face to face.
You've been getting quite a name,
All around the place.
Healing cripple's, rasing from the dead,
And now I understand you're god.
At least that's what you've said.

You are the christ, you're the great jesus christ.
Prove to me that your divine.
Change my water into wine.
That's all you need do and I'll know it's all true.
Come on King of the Jews.

Jesus you just won't beleive the hit you've been round here.
You are all we talk about, The wonder of the year.
Oh, what a pity, if it's all a lie.
Still I'm sure that you could rock the cynics if your tried.
You are the christ, yes the wonderful christ.
Prove to me that you're no fool.
Walk across my swimming pool.
If you'd do that for me, then I'll let you go free.
Come on King of the Jews.

I only ask what I'd ask any superstar.
What is it that you have got that puts you where you are.
I am waiting!
I'm a captive fan.
I'm dying to be shown that you are not just any man.

So if you are the christ, yes the great jesus christ.
Feed my household with this bread,
You could do it on your head!
Or has something gone wrong.
Why do you take so long.
Come on King of the Jews.

Scared of me christ.
Mr wonderful christ.
What a joke you're not the lord,
You are nothing but a fraud.
Take him away, he's got nothing to say.
Get you you king of the-
Get out-
Get out you king of the jews.
Get out you king of the jews.
Get out of my life!

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Poem Edited: Wednesday, March 23, 2011

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