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Bob Rivers – Beers In Heaven lyrics

Beers In Heaven
(Tears In Heaven-Eric Clapton)

Won't it be a shame
If there's no beers in Heaven?
Is God the one to blame
If there's no beers in Heaven?

I must confess
That I'll be pissed
If God says He won't allow
Beers in Heaven

Is the preacher wrong?
He says there's no beers in Heaven
How can you party on
If there's no beers in Heaven?

No Michelob
No Bud, No Stroh's
Then I know I just can't go
There to Heaven

Beer is a friend to Man
Beer helps you take command

Beer makes things ok
Beer helps to get you laid
Get you laid

It's gonna be a shame
If there's no beers in Heaven
I'm not the one to blame
If there's no beers in Heaven

What will I do
Without cold brew
Now I know I just can't go
There to Heaven

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  • jopezz
    Bob Rivers is the first true internet star. Bob is a radio announcer and producer. None of his material was ever intended to be released, but fans recorded the troupe's songs and traded them on the net, creating a star in a market that never existed.
    Eventually, the production crew released a cd of Twisted Christmas songs, and More Twisted Christmas songs. Those were the two produced for sale.
    All others are bootleg copies of a very funny and talented production crew.
    Eric Clapton's song of loss and tragedy is twisted into a plea/prayer for beer everafter.

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