Sting and The Police's Gospel Album

Mary Magdalene (Parody of Police: Roxanne)

Author: Parody
Theme: Fornication
Mary (Magdalene) (Rahab)
You can walk in the (true) light (You don't have to put out the red light)
Old days are over
you don't have to sell your body through the night

Mary
You don't have to wear that dress tonight
Walk the streets for money
Don't you care if it's wrong or if it's right

||: Mary
You don't have to walk in the night
Mary
You can walk in the light :|| (you don't have to put on the red light)

I've loved you since I knew (made) ya
I wouldn't talk down to ya'
I have to tell you just how I feel
Yah won't share you with those dirty boys (gods)

You know my mind is made up
So put away your make-up
Told you once; I tell you again
It's a bad way

||: You can walk in the light :||
Mary Magdalene Oh
Mary Magdalene

Why Troy and Genie parodied The Classic "Mary Magdalene (Parody of Police: Roxann..." for YOU

The classic theme of La Boheme, Moulin Rouge, a man falling in love with a prostitute, is no more beautiful than in the pure redemptive love Yahshua gave Mary Magdalene. We borrowed Sting's perfect masterwork to spotlight this great love story.

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Study Notes

This song could also be set using the story of Hosea who Yah apparently told to marry a prostitute.

FROM Sting and The Police's Gospel Album


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