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Jefferson Airplane – Good Shepherd lyrics

If you want to get to heaven
Over on the other shore
Stay out of the way of the blood-stained bandit
Oh good shepherd
Feed my sheep
One for paul
One for silas
One for to make my heart rejoice
Can't you hear my lambs acallin
Oh good shepherd
Feed my sheep
If you want to get to heaven
Over on the other shore
Stay out of the way of the long-tongue liar
Oh good shepherd
Feed my sheep
If you want to get to heaven
Over on the other shore
Stay out of the way of the gun shot devil
Oh good shepherd
Feed my sheep



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    sarcophageJan 7, 2011 at 8:55 pm
    Gospel of John, last chapter, 21: The Lord is asking Peter if Peter loves him, won't he take over the job of shepherding the disciples? And then they eat a big meal, which Jesus provides by divine power. When Peter the former fisherman takes over as shepherd, after letting the Lord down, Peter " The Rock" has patience. He tries to keep the flock away from evil, but he asks Jesus to be present to feed the sheep with his presence. Very deep meaning for such a simple song!

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