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    This video, not exactly classed atheist, comes pretty close. It does have lyrics, so the listener-reader does not have to use the audio to catch the drift of its reasoning:



    These lyrics are fairly easy to hear:
     
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    Here the introducer of the video expresses the desire to see the lyrics. This rap line would be an interesting bass-drone didge experiment to effectively reach the lower chakras with a daemonic rhythm:

     
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    I always liked this one.

     
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    A Horizontal Philosophy: Lower Case, Lower Chakra
     
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    You beat badger to the punch! Yes, it's great music to test atheists lack of faith in religion!
     
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    A similar gospel tune that rocked when badger was a stone xian was Naomi and the Sego Brothers: Lifeboat, though its seems unavailable at youtube.
     
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    What's precious is to look back on one's time caught in the brain-washing of religion and recall the gradual release from the iron collar of its bondage and repression, which emancipation those in post #5 may never know. Speaking from the place of an ex-professional musician as well as an ex-xian, there are other versions of The Lifeboat at Youtube, thought a version of this gospel rock-waltz was exquisitely performed by Naomi and the Sego Brothers on their 1964 album. The tempos of the youtube versions seem like of a funeral dirge. In contrast, the N&SB version sports a potent, confident bass line and upbeat tempo as if they themselves wrote the song.

    The Best of Sego Brothers and Naomi, 1964
    Sego Brothers And Naomi - The Best Of Sego Brothers And Naomi
     
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    Here are the lyrics of The Lifeboat, written by M. M. Brabham:
    The lifeboat
     
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    This is well-edited +7, informative + 8 and up to date on genres + 7 or 8

    Monster on Sunday
     

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