as sung by Kiskillilli, JWL, with background vocals by Leahhona

I love to flee the temple
I'll never go again
Filled with the spirit of contention
You must listen to what I say
For it is filled with a right-wing agenda
A place of patriarchal oppression
I'll do all I can
To keep others out
This is my feminist duty.

You too must flee the temple
You shouldn't go someday
If you can't cov'nant with your Mother
What's the point of going?
Focus only on the Eternal Marriage, and
Forget we can be sealed together
As a daughter of Goddess
We've learned this truth:
I'll ne'er hearken to my husband.


Thoroughly Mormon Millie said... @ June 26, 2006 at 11:57 PM

Hee hee. I love it.

Steve EM said... @ June 27, 2006 at 3:32 PM

You ought to do a Mardi Gras version of Primary Colors.

To be fair on the temple stuff, since we do periodically update the instruction for the times, it is inevitable that vertually all the critics' complaints will be addressed, just 50 years later as the church is always 50 years behind the times.

Anonymous said... @ June 27, 2006 at 11:37 PM

It helps if the lyrics aren't so forced. I'd say nice try, but it isn't even that.

Your previous post was much better.

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