Look, if you have one God
And one offer of eternity
That exceeds everything you ve ever wanted
With one opponent
Would you ask for it?
Or just let it slip? Yo
He parks his Chevy, needs sleep, heart is heavy
He s thought about repentin already, sun is setting
This church is not having service it looks almost dead as he
Drops by but they keep on the electric
What a ghost town, he knelt down, don t know how
He opens his mouth just the word "Help" comes out
He s broken down, yet his heart is open now
The lost one s found, winds up homeward bound
Heads back to his family Look who s home, daddy
And, look, he s so happy, he chose his own path but he
Won t give up babbling, he broke his old habits they
Don t seem so bad to me, hope it s some fad
Like new Coke or Shaun Cassidy
Don t need no radical holy-rollin masochist quotin old passages
That s what ll happen then, though, he ll go fanatic-y
Better go batten the hatches and hope it don t last
You'd better look yourself in the mirror
You know that you wanted to get to Heaven when you're old
Do you really want God or not? Is it yes or no?
It s awful soon you say, but what is the right time?
You'd better look yourself in the book since you own it
In Romans, you never read it yet I know
You only get one shot to God, here s your chance to know
His offer to you may come once in your lifetime
His soul s been saved even though his whole family s gaping
This world is blinded by Satan they can t see
As he moves forward it s true George Orwell
The moral of the story is truth s ignored, emotion s most important
He ll only cause problems, the Holy Ghost got him
He blows him all over, he knows the call s on him
Goes to go show his bros at his Alma Mater, "Welcome Back, Kotter"
They know he s just one of their own, so don t bother
Said, "Go home you barely know the Our Father"
Well hold the phones cause he knows it holds water
If those don t want him n