Sex & God & Rock & Roll
There is quite a lot to chew on in those not-quite four lines.
Yes, I've noticed that in several instances.
These words resounded powerfully for me today. It is seldom those who are without who call for sacrifice. Those who are without are usually sharing.
Was it ever thus.I'm suddenly thinking of Malvina Reynolds:The bankers and the diplomatsAre going in the Army.O Happy Day! I'd give my payTo see them on their way......they can keep their mess kitIn a hand-embroidered box.But if they die, we'll bring 'em homeAnd bury 'em in Fort Knox![Chorus]Oh no!We hate to see them go!The Gentlemen of Distinction in the Army.Oh no!We hate to see them go!The Gentlemen of Distinction in the Arrrrrmy.
Exactly, and having called for everyone to make a sacrifice, they then don't.