Mary Baker Eddy

from the album Wondrous Cosmic Flashes

Words and Music by Terry Scott Taylor
©1978 Shape of Air Music

I read a book tells me death doesn't really exist
The author died years ago, I think that is rather a twist

She said the body was only in somebody's dream
But we all know she wore clothes
And kept that body quite clean

We might've believed her
If her teeth hadn't fallin' out
(Mary Baker Eddy)
We might've believed her
If her teeth hadn't fallin' out
Is your religion as false as
The teeth that reside in your mouth?
(Baker Faker)

(Mary Baker Eddy)

Do you breathe, do you bleed,
Do you see that it's all really there
(Oh no wa)
While you deny the fact
You are steadily loosing your hair

She said that Jesus was merely a perfect man
But I never heard of her dying and rising again

We might've believed her
If her teeth hadn't fallin' out
(Mary Baker Eddy)
We might've believed her
If her teeth hadn't fallin' out
Is your religion as false as
The teeth that reside in your mouth?
(Baker Faker)

(Mary Baker Eddy)

(Mary... Mary... Mary...)

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