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23 minutes ago, deade said:

I have an interesting story about this. It was 1969, and we were coming home to California from vacation that included stops in Texas, Nashville (Opryland) and Oklahoma. My first wife's folks lived in the last stop. We planned to come by Vegas and catch an Elvis show there because my wife was really a fan. By the time we got there I was sick and running a high fever, so I stayed in the Motel room. I insisted my wife and two of her cousins and her grandma, that were with us, go ahead and take in the show. I missed my chance. She said it was a dinner show and was really nice.  :RpS_thumbdn:

Don't worry, Revelation speaks bout the return of the king!

 

Surely, Jesus will be playing the king's background music. I can see Elvis now with microphone in hand, bump'n bass and pump'n treble levels with the crack of lightening and thunder and his canary voice while Jesus wrecks havoc displaying wrath for His coming glory!

 

Lord, Come Quickly!

 

Glory Glory Hallelujah!!!

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18 hours ago, Becky said:

Patsy ... Faded love 

My favorite was "I Fall to Pieces."   :RpS_thumbup:

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8 minutes ago, William said:

Don't worry, Revelation speaks bout the return of the king!

 

Surely, Jesus will be playing the king's background music. I can see Elvis now with microphone in hand, bump'n bass and pump'n treble levels with his canary voice while Jesus wrecks havoc and displays wrath for his coming glory!

 

Glory Glory Hallelujah!!!

 

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Just now, Origen said:

 

I gotta better song for Jesus' return!

 

 

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53 minutes ago, William said:

I saw the king!

Did bigfoot get off the flying saucer too?

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5 minutes ago, Origen said:

Did bigfoot get off the flying saucer too?

Don't know. Maybe there will be plenty of Cavemen resurrected on the Last Day?

 

Captain Caveman!, "Soli Deo Gloria"!

 

I can hear them (cavemen) now, risen at last, risen at last!

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Really like this video too. Mayer is so unique, don't think I ever seen him use a pick.

 

 

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In HD high resolution. Pretty awesome:

 

 

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