Thought Industry Michigan Jesus lyrics

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Michigan Jesus by Thought Industry Michigan Jesus lyrics Brent: Christ, you've toiled hard. So grab a stool. You get to buy the first round. Jesus: Guiness Stout? Brent: I'll cleanse your feet with my beer. We'll have another round, Collin. May I bum a smoke? Thank you. Jesus: Citizens, the proletariat will rise. Marx was right to believe in something new. Dippy: Can I quote that? Jesus: Government, reduced to a momentary guard. I was born just a man within a plan. Lippy: That's with a "J", right? Brent: Christ, the girls are onto you. A godless herd. But I don't believe in god either. Jesus: And neither do I. Brent: Let's pound some shots of Quervo. I'm always thinking wrong loaded. So, damn it, come along. We'll sing. Jesus, Brent, and the People: Tralala lalalalalalalala lalalalalala lalala. Tralala lalalalalalalala lalalalalala lalala. Dippy: Genius, who's your agent? Lippy:Is that in Hebrew? Brent: I'm outta here. Call me a taxi. Christ, my keys. You sure know how to drink my friend J.C. Dippy: I love you. People: Adieu, adieu, and yes we love you Jesus, too. Please come back to conclude in lost Hebrew. Lippy: Please, don't leave. Jesus: Thank you much. Come meet my wife at the laundromat.

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