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Ma Sheela

Ma Sheela
(Robert Kotta)

Bagwan and Ma Sheela were talking one day.
Bagwan says, ``Ma Sheela, I think we should pray,
And if we have one prayer, we may as well have ten.''
``Why not start our own religion,'' says Ma Sheela, Amen.

``What first shall we pray for?''  ``Let's pray for a home,
Out in the west where the antelope roam.
And if we have one house, we may as well have ten.''
``Why not start a bloody commune?'' says Ma Sheela, Amen.

``What next shall we pray for?''  ``Well let's pray for some dupes,
Shallow free thinkers with plenty of loot,
And we'll dress them in purple and say there's no sin.''
``And we'll call it enlightenment,'' says Ma Sheela, Amen.

``What next shall we pray for?''  ``Let's pray for a car
With a TV and telephone and fully stocked bar.
And we'll only take Rolls Royce and Mercedes Benz.''
``And it'll be tax deductible,'' says Ma Sheela, Amen.

``What last should we pray for?''  ``Let's pray for a jet.
When the s*** hits the fan then it's outward we'll get
And we'll fly me to the sunset and try it again.''
``And I'll meet you in Geneva,'' said Ma Sheela, Amen.

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