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"The Lord knows I am Fishing"!

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Hello Mrs. Johnson you self-righteous woman

Sunday School teacher what brings you out slumming

Do you reckon the preacher would approve where you are

Standing here visiting with a back-sliding Christian

In a neighborhood bar


Well yes that's my bottle and yes that's my glass

And I see you're eye balling this twenty pound bass

It ain't none of your business but yes she's with me

And we don't need no sermon you self-righteous woman

Just let us be


The Lord knows I'm fishin' and running around

And He don't need your loud mouth informing the town

The Lord knows I'm sinning and sinning ain't right

But me and the Good Lord's gonna have us a good talk

Later tonight


Goodbye Mrs. Johnson you self-righteous biddy

I don't need your preaching and I don't need your pity

So go back to whatever you hypocrites do

And when I talk to Heaven be nice and I'll put in

A good word for you

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"How can you go fishing"? !!!! (expressing loud disapproval)


I thought Bob Hare Evangelist from the Church of Christ and my Father in Law


ment me, because I was the only Angler in that congregation at that time.


His daughter Reggy assured me that that was just his preaching-routine


for the Sunday-School Church - Skippers.


"Fishing or Church" was originally contributed to a Danish Prince


called Hamlet, but I guess every fly-fisherman has to decide here and now


where the dirt-road leads:

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hi storch

something rotten going on in denmark and still is, hamlet is not the only one with the dilemma, the modern danish fly fishing man now has to deal with wires that preaches just like the the church did back in hamlets days

Lars from Denmark

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