PARENTAL WARNING ON THIS ONE FOLKS!
You know, on the water I too did walk
I’m pretty solid. Rabbi calls me the rock
Imagine me, a poor, simple fisherman
Mending nets that day on a lakeside rock
Rabbi comes to me and bids me follow
Me! So poor that I sit upon a rock
So many better choices, he chose me
A common fisherman, my chair of rock
I followed. What choice did I have really?
His teachings truth, learned sitting upon a rock.
Water to wedding wine, wife’s mother healed
Through dark hours Rabbi steady as a rock
He bade me come when on the water he walked
He resuced me when I sank like a rock
Lazarus three days dead and stinking raised
Then the day with Elijah on another rock
Words fail to describe things I’ve learned and seen
Since the day he called me off that hard rock
For sure the Rabbi is the Son of God
His words calms storms, praises spring from the rock
He is my God, my Savior, my joy, my life
Yet in this courtyard I sit on a rock
Last night’s blurry events cloud emotion
There’s one! that man over there on the rock!
New seder, the prayer in the garden
Pretending to pray, kneeling at a rock
What did Judas do? That damn betrayer!
Not me crazy girl! Leave me on this rock.
Why did the Rabbi men Malchus’ shorn ear?
The Rabbi loved, I picked up a hard rock.
There’s another Galilean blasphemer!
If not to defend why nam me the rock?
Last night didn’t he say to arm ourselves
He said other things too, some to the rock.
Not all Galileans are dumbasses!
I’m found out! I must find another rock!
I have seen this man with the Blasphemer
Shit! I’m caught. My only weapon a rock.
May I rot in hell if I am that man!
What did the Rabbi try to tell the rock?
Perched on courtyard fence, rooster greets the day
Simon, readied for a fight, drops his rock.
Oh Lord! What have I done? What did I do?
Thrice I denied my Lord! I am some rock!
Consumed in suicidal tears, he runs
The Tearful Sinner reflects on a rock.