Roberta Flack sings “Reverend Lee” talking about old Satan‘s daughter. It’s not easy for foreigners to understand lyrics exactly, but this youtube video kindly presents the written lyrics too. So I had to smile about certain sentences. And I suddenly understood a lot of the humor in many religious sermons. The photo from Enrico Colussi, Treviso, Italy, also helps to grab the topic in a second if you have no time to watch the video …
title=”contrapposizione” – photo via flickr.com by kilometro 00 = Enrico Colussi, Treviso, Italy sent to my flickr group BLOG IT! – click on the photo to enter his collection…
About “Old Satan’s Daughter” Roberta Flack in her song “Reverent Lee” – this special youtube video includes all lyrics!
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If you pray for rain long enough,
it eventually does fall.
If you pray for floodwaters to abate,
they eventually do.
The same happens
in the absence of prayers.
one of the best song for ever for me
The photo and the video — awesome!
She is beautiful, he a little less!
fascinating black and white.
That photo REALLY shows the whole message. Like you, I have often enjoyed the underpinnings of humour in sermons. This photo brought a chuckle to my life today, for sure. Thanks!
Hi Frizztext: in the spirit of sharing:
Great music, I enjoyed Roberta’s song. Thanks!
Certainly a thought provoking comparison, isn’t it?!
Great shot and perfect for your post… 🙂