She grew up with the children of the stars in the Hollywood hills and the boulevard Her parents threw big parties Everyone was there They hung out with folks like dennis Hopper, bob seeger, sonny and cher Now, she feels safe In the bar on fairfax And from the stage I can tell that She can’t let go and she can’t relax And just before She hangs here head to cry I sing to her a lullaby, I sing Everything’s gonna be all right Rockabye, rockabye
She still lives with her mom Outside the city Down that street about a half a mile And all her friends tell her She’s so pretty But she’d be a whole lot prettier If she smiled once in a while ’cause even her smile Looks like a frown She’s seen her share of devils In this angel town But, everything’s gonna be all right Rockabye, rockabye
I told her I ain't so sure About this place It’s hard to play a gig in this town And keep a straight face Seems like everyone here’s got a plan It’s kind of like nashville with a tan But, everything’s gonna be all right Rockabye, rockabye Everything’s gonna be all right Rockabye, rockabye
True story. A religion teacher assigned her class an essay on what makes a good Christian. One student wrote about praying nightly, say no to abortion, banning gay marriage and donating money. The other student wrote about talking to God and allowing people to enjoy their lives, and supporting gay marriage. The day the teacher was to hand the papers back, she called up the second student and told him she would pray for him when he went to hell. The student asked why would he be going to hell, and why he got an F on his paper. The teacher told him that Catholicism is against gay marriage. The student looked at her for a minute, then said aloud, "I'm gay." The teacher kicked him out of class as if he had said "fuck" or worshipped Satan. A girl in the back of class who had a boyfriend and was obviously straight got up and left too.
If you would leave the classroom, re-post this. It doesn't matter if you're straight, bi or gay. It doesn't matter if you're Catholic or not. Everyone is a human being and deserves happiness.