Gulfstream Jet

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    This is a parody of Janis Joplinís song "Mercedes Benz" (which was itself a parody). It was inspired by a trio of televangelist swindlers who became infamous in 2015 for their demands that their suckers give them the money, $65,000,000 in one case, to buy private jets for themselves. They "justified" this greed by claiming that commercial airliners are full of demons. Now, you might think that someone who claims to be a Christian minister with a special connection to God would be immune to whatever demons throw at him, but, apparently, you would think wrong. Imagine Jesus throwing up.

Oh, Lord, wonít you buy me a new Gulfstream jet?

Iím looking for your blessing and ainít found it yet.

These prayer-partner morons just donít seem to get

the fact that I need a new Gulfstream jet.

 

I want a Gulfstream jet I can ride across the sky.

Iíll say itís all for Jesus, but thatís a big, fat lie.

Itís just to fool the suckers, so for me theyíll buy

a big Gulfstream jet I can ride across the sky.

 

Keep those dollars coming and give all you can.

Make me stinking rich. Itís part of Godís plan.

I donít want to work, like a real man,

so keep those dollars coming and give all you can.

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