The longest line of song lyrics (and a good song, too)

58 words in one line are quite a lot, aren’t they? It looks like this (together with the line before that ends with “single”):

And if anyone can show me just one example in the history of the world of a single
Spiritual or religious person who has been able to prove either logically or empirically the existence of a higher power that has any consciousness or interest in the human race or ability to punish or reward humans for there moral choices or that there is any reason -- other than fear -- to believe in any version of an afterlife

And as you can see, the contents are good, too :mrgreen: – it’s “If You Open Your Mind Too Much Your Brain Will Fall Out (Take My Wife)” by Tim Minchin, here’s the video:

You can also listen to and download the MP3 file of this and other songs on his official site. The full lyrics can be found elsewhere, e.g. here.

(via GWUP-Blog)

1 Comment

  1. j

    8O 8O 8O 8O 8O 8O 8O 8O 8O 8O 8O 8O 8O what the fuck….
    take my piano, and one of my legs. :D

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