We will all die, with or without sin;
If there’s a Heaven, will we get in?
About Heaven, I am curious to know;
For instance, what age do we go?
If you die an old man, will you live Eternity at this age?
If this was known, suicide would be all the rage.
Imagine you have a child who dies, in the cemetery he lies;
How old is he when you arrive?, I have many whys?
Women change their hair color, and some wear a weave;
When told up there it’s all natural, words they can’t believe.
Black women would have bad hair, and there would be no bottle blondes;
I bet every day, a hat she dons.
Can you get fat in Heaven, what do we eat?
Do we have homes, where do we meet?
What do we wear, is it a white robe?
Rather not dress, like old man Job.
Can we get married?, and have relations?
I’d love to meet girls, from all the Nations.
Elvis, Hendricks, Morrison, and the group;
A concert causes you to whoop, holler and hoop.
Heaven holds many answers, many have seen the light;
Every time, it is always quite bright.
Houdini wanted to contact, from the other side;
Many a seance, his poor wife tried.
He never transmitted, from beyond;
Some may think, but they were conned.
If I die today, I hope I get in upstairs;
To live forever, without any cares.
We all want to go to Heaven, to get in;
The key is, to live without sin.
If you’re a sinner, you still have a chance;
But if you don’t ask for forgiveness, don’t bet your pants.
Do unto others, is the Golden Rule;
Many don’t follow, and they’ll end up a fool.
I want to go to Heaven, and live forever;
Try to trick God, and we’ll see who’s more clever.
Trust in Jesus, as Our Savior;
And be on, your best behavior.
I’ll leave you now, with a little advice;
Before sinning, you’d better think twice.