G PAUL FISHER

Rookie - 60 Points (13-02-1968 / Parkstone)

Instructions


Make Him rich, powerful too
do for him what he wants you to...

God is the miracle
God can do anything
God everybody backs

God must have money, cash abundance
That is easy to understand
He must have anything that he wants
He will always be a powerful man

Sexy girls do adore him,
That will always be their way
They want to make love to him
They wish to do that everyday

Bring cash abundance to God they will
Hundreds of millions of pounds
Making sure thieves do no steal from him
Whether they be cats or hounds

Charities and businesses are realising now
Stealing from God is a crime, not a sin
And for that they will give him their shops
After they have filled them with stock for him

God always absolutely gets what he wants

Submitted: Monday, November 18, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, November 19, 2013

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