(December 1, 2016) I know I'm not a really a rock artist but I just wanted to make another Christmas song in my own image that involved other holidays before getting to Christmas in a comedy way just for fun and to be different. Fun fact: This song is a spoof of Rob Van Dam's (RVD's) TNA theme song "The Whole F'n Show".
I knew a girl She’s a woman now Grew up so early Pops kicked her out He didn’t want her To speak her mind, She had to leave it all behind.
She says, “If I get knocked down, I always will rebound, And I’ll still sing, I’ll still sing, Yeah.” She’ll still sing, She’ll still sing, Yeah!
She works all day and has school at night, And everyday feels Just like a fight She works real hard to Make dreams more sure And I just want to be like her!
She says, “If I get knocked down, I always will rebound, And I’ll still sing, I’ll still sing, Yeah.” She’ll still sing, She’ll still sing. Yeah!
How can she be So soft and so strong? I have loved her For so long For so long!
She says, “If I get knocked down, I always will rebound And I’ll still sing, I’ll still sing, Yeah!”
Oh darlin’—- Sing with me, Endlessly, Yeah! Sing with me, Endlessly, Yeah! Sing with me! Endlessly, Yeah! Sing with me! Endlessly, Yeah!
This #Rock #Song is meant to be an expression of my admiration toward the many Middle Eastern/Iranian women who are bravely standing up for freedom. These women are simply taking off their hijab and/or dancing, but harmless displays of individuality or joy like these are not permissible under Sharia Law. Some of the women in this video have suffered severe consequences ie. mental and physical torture, prison, etc. When a system oppresses and destroys the people within it, it needs to end. #EndShariaLaw
We need to start a real discussion with honesty and sincerity. We need solutions, because Islam/Sharia Law isn’t compatible with Western Civilization, and that makes the issue more complex on multiple levels. Acknowledging this and many other self-evident facts could help us develop solutions more efficiently, and hopefully the process can take place without equivocations, obfuscations, or needless ad hominem attacks.
Finally and most importantly, it would be best to confront these issues from a place of love and compassion. We must demonstrate that we have something better to offer. Any attempt to #ChallengeIslam from a place of arrogance or superiority will be destructive. Most Muslims are very sincere and stand to lose a lot if they challenge or leave their religion. Many have lost social standing, their friends, their families, and even their lives. These are precious human beings made in God’s image, let’s lift them up in prayer because God loves them, and it only follows that we should also love them.
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This song is from the Delight and Bud 1983 Demo tape. It was written by Delight Lester and Bud Johnson copyright 1983, 2007
All instruments performed by Bud Johnson except Drums performed by Al Brown. The sound engineer was Doug DeLaney
Lyin’ Eyes - Words and Music by Delight Lester & Bud Johnson
You led me on with your cheep devices of love, You enchanting smile melted all boundaries of my soul. To live in darkness I would have died, I didn’t want to see those lyin’ eyes, Out of the madness and lookin’ back, I have to walk forward to stay on track.
But I know there’s no sense in giving, To someone that only takes.
But I’ve not gained all that strength to fight those lyin’ eyes. Shadows of my past still hold me back. I don’t want to make those same mistakes, Lovin’ someone who knows not love, Why do you still possess my thoughts? I don’t know... I’m not blind anymore.
But my heart is still weak, And still I’m hangin’ on and on and on, And on and on and on and on.
Though time has past seeing you again, Takes me back, And there you are with those same lyin’ eyes. I call to you but you’re weren’t there, You tried to show that you don’t care.