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Well, He walked on the water and He raised up the dead
And we teach all the children that He died for our sin
But something's gone wrong, this world's in a mess
Jesus is coming and boy is He pissed.

He's looked down at the homeless and the rape of the land
He's seen the preachers and lawyers with blood on their hands
Politicians beware 'cause there's a loophole you've missed
Jesus is coming and boy is He pissed.

In a world gone mad He's watching it all
And the meek shall inherit and the mighty will fall.

It's ashame what we've come to and we cannot go back
And the train bound for glory went down the wrong track
Soon the love in His heart will be the rage in His fist
Jesus is coming and boy is He pissed.

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So the whole place can rumble and it floods like a curse
And the hatred and crime you know it only gets worse
These warnings do heed, no more and no less
Jesus is coming and boy is He pissed.

Jesus is coming and boy is He pissed...

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