Ghost’s “Mary on a Cross” Lyrics Meaning

It seems kinda odd that some major music publications went out as far as to actually single out “Mary on a Cross” as being blasphemous, as liberal, secularized use of religious terminology and, to a lesser degree, reliance on imagery associated with Satanism (i.e. the upside-down cross found in the cover art) have both become industry standards of late. 

Mary on a Cross
Cover art displaying a cross that is upside-down

But perhaps such an observation has something to do with the fact that the character of Mary tends to be more associated with Catholicism than Christianity per se. Also, as far as how the titular metaphor is actually used in the chorus, it is done so to metaphorically point to the notion of, most simply interpreted, sex. And yes, even by today’s standards using the Virgin Mary’s name in that regard does read a bit extreme.

So it can be argued that what we’re actually dealing with here is a love song. Or perhaps more specifically, some may argue, a sex song. Well actually, the verses don’t really seem like they have anything to do with romance. Instead, they appear to be speaking to the career trajectory of Ghost. 

The Verses

In the first verse, the vocalist reveals that whereas the group has experienced some notable success, they’ve also ‘paid their dues’ in the process. They remained on the grind even through periods of depression. Depression can actually be considered the thesis sentiment of this piece, again, as far as the verses go.

And it seems that what the second verse is speaking to is the band at one point coming to shed off their inhibitions. Or as relayed, there was a time when Ghost was more inclined “to play by the rules”. But somewhere along the line things changed.

They came to the conclusion that doing so is not ideal, at least, in context, as far as their profession goes. And since actively adopting such a disposition, it’s as if their aforenoted “sorrow” has been mitigated.

The Chorus

So as you can see, none of the above has any to do with Mary or crosses or anything like that. It isn’t until the chorus that we come across that religious (or sacrilegious) terminology. Each of the two verses conclude with the vocalist letting an unspecified addressee know that he intends to ‘never let them go’.  And yes, that does sound like a romance-based assertion. However, to reiterate the verses themselves do not read romantic.

So the point trying to be made here is that final line which segues into what is obviously a sexually-inspired chorus. Therein the vocalist seems to not only allude to sex of the oral variety but also sex itself. Here, he talks about ‘tickling’ the addressee “internally”. 

That said, it has also been put forth that the phrase “Mary on a cross”, as recited, serves as a shoutout to marijuana.

“You go down just like Holy Mary
Mary on a, Mary on a cross
Not just another Bloody Mary
Mary on a, Mary on a cross”

All in All

At the end of the day, this may well be a pro-marijuana song more than anything else. In other words, it could be that the aforementioned addressee is actually good ol’ ganja itself. And what the vocalist may be saying is that anxiety and restrictiveness the band experienced earlier on was ultimately relieved through partaking of this substance. 

Or in any event, let’s conclude by saying that if there’s one thing this track isn’t about, it’s Mary or the cross as understood within the context of Christendom.

Credits for “Mary on a Cross”

Tobias Forge, the frontman of the band known as Ghost, co-wrote this song with the following:

  • Vincent Pontare
  • Salem Al Fakir

Forge also co-produced “Mary on a Cross”. In producing it, he worked alongside Gene Walker.

Release Date of “Mary on a Cross”?

This track is from Ghost’s EP titled “Seven Inches of Satanic Panic”. The EP was released through Loma Vista Records on 13 September 2019. It contained only just two songs. “Kiss the Go-Goat” is the other song found on the EP.

Ghost’s “Seven Inches of Satanic Panic” Album

“Seven Inches of Satanic Panic” is an EP which is also known as a single. It was released by Ghost, a Swedish rock band, formed in the southern Swedish city of Linköping. The EP consists of two songs, namely “Kiss the Go-Goat” and “Mary on a Cross”. Both songs have a combined runtime of 7 minutes and 27 seconds.

Recording took place at the Park Studio in the Swedish capital, Stockholm. The band’s leader and primary songwriter, Gene Walker, who is also a renowned record producer, has been credited with its production.

American record label Loma Vista was responsible for the official release of “Seven Inches of Satanic Panic”.

114 Responses

  1. Louie says:

    I believe that the ‘Mary’ referenced is not the Virgin. All the lyrics about ‘Mary’ point to her being Mary Magdalene. She was a disciple of Jesus and also the first to see him when he was risen. Mary was a whore who changed her ways, so all the sexual references make sense for Mary Magdalene.

    • Anonymous says:

      Yep…not sure why this is so difficult to figure out. Mary Magdalene is the “Mary on a cross” and the song is actually about weed. I mean, just listen to the live version….

    • Anonymous says:

      Mary Magdalene actually wasn’t a whore, that’s church propaganda to discredit her influence. She was a well off woman and was named as one of the people who financially supported Jesus.

      • Anonymous says:

        I agree.

      • Anon says:

        According to a book written by Jesus’ brother – that was removed from the bible several years after its first compilation – Mary Magdalene was actually Jesus’ wife. The book was removed due Jesus being shown to be a bit of a brat as a child, and the very first “communion” was between Jesus and Magdalena when they “ate his seed.” Not very god-like eh?

      • Alice says:

        That’s not true Mary was a whore and she was being stoned in the streets and Jesus came and drew a line in the street and told them you who be without sin cast the first stone. But this song has subliminal meaning . It says Mary on a cross and then holy Mary and Mary Magdalene wasn’t holy only the Virgin Mary.

    • Anonymous says:

      The song literally says “holy Mary”, was Mary Magdalene “holy”, given that she was a “whore”?

      • Anonymous says:

        A name tacked on by the catholic church when they rewrote the Bible and left out the gospel according to Mary of Magdaline and Judas. The church has an EXTRAORDINARY FEAR OF WOMEN and they fight their desire to have one 24 hours a day. The CHURCH “CRUCIFIED”the woman out of fear that Jesus loved her more than his disciples. ALL religions treat women like brood sows and incubators for males. Even Muslims treat their cows better than they do women. Was Mary a Whore? No. Maybe she WAS the companion (wife) of Jesus. The Bible and its writings have been so corrupted by men to paint women as unclean we’ll never know.

        • Anonymous says:

          Let us not forget, Jesus was a Jew. Jewish men only grew out their beards once they were married. And that being the case Mary Magdaline would be the most likely to be his wife.

    • Anonymous says:

      There is no biblical proof mary magdaline was a prostitute, bruh.

    • Anonymous says:

      I believe theologians have come to the conclusion that Mary was actually NOT a prostitute, she in fact was a wealthy widow who may well have been financing Jesus and his group.

    • Anonymous says:

      As a Catholic, that info is false. Nowhere in the Bible states that Mary was a whore. The villagers just accused her of being a whore because God chose her to bear Jesus while she was associated with Joseph. Because of how was she pregnant with Jesus when she didn’t even have intercourse with Joseph. You probably misunderstood.

      • As a Catholic says:

        Reading everyone’s comments about Mary being a whore threw me off and also everyone saying that Jesus had “actual” brothers . Glad I came across your comment as a Catholic!!

    • Izzy says:

      OMG I have never thought about it that way!

    • Axl says:

      Man… “marijuana grass”… “Mary on a cross”…

    • Anonymous says:

      You are a fool!

    • Anonymous says:

      Of course, she (Mary Magdalene) was the first to see him “risen” (as in morning wood.)

    • Anonymous says:

      I think everyone is over analyzing the lyrics. Clearly they are using controversy to get attention and financial gain. I don’t think English is even their first language so how are you even interpreting this? It’s clearly got y’all buzzing. Good for Ghost.

    • Anonymous says:

      Nobody gets the reference to Queen Mary of England “Bloody Mary” crucified and burned tens of thousands of Protestant Christians because they weren’t Catholic people do some research

  2. Anonymous says:

    God I hate TikTok, it lead me to this endless rabbit hole

  3. Anonymous says:

    Even after reading this its still kinda confusing.

    But regardless of the song’s meaning, i still am in love with the “your beauty never ever scared me”.
    I have been scared of things about my past showing through in a relationship and hearing those words even if in a song about head is something i need.

    • Anonymous says:

      Yeah but you also have to think about the fact that it could be a tribute to Satan. Because people would describe him as beautiful, handsome and other things. And that’s what made him more scarier. Because his beauty was a lure I believe.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I have decided to interpret this song as breaking out of Christianity ? /j but I do LOVE that Mary on a is supposed to be a shout-out to marijuana ?

  5. George Floyd says:


  6. God says:

    i rebuke you in the name of jesus christ amen.

  7. Sab says:

    Blasphemy is definitely not a good thing in the sense that all religion should be respected. But when it comes to using it in media, there should be some level of creativity leeway given if it isn’t meant as an insult. There are some (or many) who only used them as inspiration but the end product resembles nothing religious.

    Overall, I believe there has to be a limit to what creative minds can bring (religion) into their art. And religious bodies to understand their art a bit more before bringing them down. By that, I don’t mean it’s ok to burn crosses or contest homosexuality with religiously dressed people, etc.

    • Anonymous says:

      Religion can be questioned and worked into art however the artist wishes. Nothing about religion should be given treated as any different than anything else. It is all just grifts, ignorance and delusions that people give way to much leeway still.

    • Anonymous says:

      Considering the pain and suffering religion has put so many through ain’t nothing wrong with blasphemy and it is very cathartic for those who broke out of it.
      One does not have to respect religion. One should respect religious people but not religion itself. That’s like saying all opinions should be respected. No. If you think murder is okay, I won’t respect that opinion. In that scenario I’ll likely not respect you even just as a person. Not just your opinion.

  8. Shiloh says:

    Wait are they referring to Virgin Mary or a different Mary? Because I love the part where it says “your beauty never really scared me”, but I’m not sure if I should be listening to this song as a Christian.

    • A Very Confused Christian says:

      Same here, I’m a Christian as well and I love this song but idk if I should be listening.

    • viola says:

      Hi, sorry. Can I ask? My mom raised me as a Christian girl, born again exactly. But when I am in the internet, a lot of atheist people’s appearing on my feed and does mock God. idk what to believe anymore

      • Kaitlin says:

        Hi Viola. A lot of different people in this country you live in have different beliefs of the concept of a God. Aka, religion. Some people believe rather than Christianity a different belief system, because they weren’t raised into Christianity or Catholic beliefs. I was raised without any Churches, cathedrals or practice of religion in my home. I learned about the different religions in the world but I didn’t partake in them. I am still learning about the several beliefs that exist and have existed before in this planet Earth. There is a lot to learn, and it’s a good idea to look into what other religions are like online (Youtube or the Internet) to learn and compare them to what you know about your religion.
        I am not an atheist, but I identify myself as a spiritual person. I live to nourish my spirit and I believe in treating myself and others with love and kindness. I do not believe in a God but I do focus on who I am in this Universe. And I focus on bettering myself for the world.

        I love learning about other religions. Let me know if you have any questions.

      • Anonymous says:

        stay with God. ignore this behaviors. people these days are trying to be gay

        • Simon cristian says:

          I am a Christian and I am a bisexual and I ask in the church if this is ok and they said yes and God still loves me and it doesn’t matter actually

          • Anonymous says:

            That’s apostasy. God intended romance to be between two individuals of the opposite gender. In the final days, many great preachers will turn. But they will justly face God’s judgment for these actions. Like Max Lucado; who suffered cardiac arrest.

        • David says:

          No one tries to be gay, bestie, that’s not how it works…

        • Anonymous says:

          How does the song even relate to being gay-

      • Phoenixxxx (They/It) says:

        Ugh, I’m sorry that some Atheists are being rude. Not all Atheists are like that though! I’m a Satanic Atheist who was raised as a Christian and I think that we should respect all religions.

    • Mia says:

      Im confused.

  9. Anon says:

    Looking at the lore behind Ghost’s music, I think it’s about one character from that fictional universe professing love/lust for another. Seven Inches of Satanic Panic is supposed to be music released in the 1960’s when the clergy was new. It’s original band leader Papa Nihil singing about Sister Imperator, the church/band’s sort of manager and Papa Nihil’s lover. It’s all in their music videos. Blasphemy in Ghost lyrics is nothing new. The satanic church thing is their whole deal. Simply put, we all know what “going down” means. Going down like holy Mary means getting on your knees.

  10. Stan says:

    Should Christians listen to Blasphemous Songs?

    The primary purpose of any song is to entertain, inform or educate the listener. For this reason, it is very important to be choosy when listening to songs as a Christian. A child of God shouldn’t listen to songs that spread words or messages that do not conform to the teachings of the bible.

    According to the Bible, man’s primary purpose on earth is to glorify God. One way of achieving this purpose is through songs or music, hence Christians should only sing or listen to songs that in one way or another serve that purpose.

    Songs go a long way in shaping morals. As a Christian you wouldn’t want to be seen spreading any message that is blasphemous or has the tendency to corrupt morals. Listening to blasphemous songs can be interpreted as an endorsement of the message they preach.

    In reference to the book of 1st Corinthians 10:31, the Bible admonishes Christians to glorify God in whatever they do. It will be impossible to glorify God while listening to blasphemous songs. And a good example of a blasphemous song is certainly “Mary on a Cross”. So for those hardcore Christians out there wondering whether or not this is a good song to fall in love with, there is your answer.

    • Anonymous says:

      I don’t get if it’s a yes or a no?.

    • Here I Go Again says:

      This was super helpful, and this song was in no way uplifting for me anyway I just liked the music minus the lyrics! 🙂

    • Anonymous says:

      the bible also tells we must leave our family behind, not be homosexual, murder people who are not part of our religion. not to marry people outside the religion. in truth the bible is supposed to be edited to fit the modern day and not stay in the past, 1800 years ago. the bible doesnt talk about the new ways of life. doesnt talk about modern financial management, like laws about credit cards or pledged commodities and/or shares, or leverage as a general concept. doesnt talk about investing in modern markets. doesnt talk about being treated by atheist doctors or listen to research from atheist scientists. too many things are vague. honestly its time to write a 3rd testament. cuz the world has progressed far beyond biblibcal times and laws. now these sheep have no shepherd who clearly dictate what god has to say. christianity has to mature soon or face extinction.

      • Anonymous says:

        The bible never ever says to murder people who aren’t part of the religion. 6th commandment: you shall not kill. And a lot of the stuff in the bible is very general and can still easily be applied to life now. Such as, you should not covet another’s wife. A lot of times the bible will tell true stories to reflect a deeper meaning too.

    • Anonymous says:

      excuse me so youre telling me i can only listen to songs that are very christian and only talking about God and stuff? sorry but just about everyone here wont do that, and hear this, im christian too, so, having those extremely high standards for music is just not something a normal person would do-

  11. Anonymous says:

    Stan got it right, I suppose. Still, what a great song, what a lure from hell!

  12. Invidia says:

    lol i still can’t understand the sh-ts here. sex, drugs, etc.??

  13. Some random ppl says:

    “tickle you internally” means s*x, right?

  14. The curious Christian? says:

    I love the music too the song, Not much the lyrics.
    But I don’t know if it’s against Christianity, if so I’ll not listen to it.

  15. Anonymous says:

    As I’ve carefully read over this “Question/Comment” thread, am pleasantly surprised by the authenticity & very down-to-earth nature of the inquirers AND of the responders! …the innocence of the “seekers” has attracted the sincerity & humility of those who have sought & have come to various conclusions! There is much beauty throughout, in that whether one shared convictions or feelings of ambiguity or theories, there has been VERY LITTLE JUDGMENT & such peaceable interactions, & for that I applaud the participants & feel so grateful!!!? I myself felt prodded to investigate the true or deeper meaning, whether at the core OR on the surface of this song, knowing that every artistic masterpiece can be interpreted in an infinite many ways!!!
    And while I DO HOPE TO FIND the author’s/band’s explanation/sexplanation/whatever they wished to convey, we really do do ourselves a tragic disservice by TAKING ONE PERSON’S or GROUP’S WORD FOR THINGS OF THE SPIRIT!!!!! …Whether it is a song or a teaching we hear or lyrics or a book we read or a situation or dream we have, I’ve learned to first sit in stillness & silence & listen! THAT is where I personally gain insight & hear answers! …insight & answers that increase my clarity & my awareness & understanding of TRUTHS OF MATTERS!!!!!

    …Such is our common ground! –
    Our SPIRITS!!! …AS ONE in this time & space that we call a “Universe”, whether any one of us is involved in a religious group or not, or believes in/has a Higher Power or not, we are ALL PRIMARILY SPIRITUAL BEINGS, who may cultivate, expand & strengthen our spirits!
    This is most powerfully & effectively done when one has a PASSION TO DO SO, hence has an OPEN HEART & an OPEN MIND! Truth & love & joy & peace & all good things are FREE!!!!! …and from my spirit’s EXPERIENCE, if I had ONE LAST WORD TO SAY, it would DEFINITELY be

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  17. Anonymous says:

    I always thought it was about Mary that had been married to Henry VIII.

  18. Axl says:

    “MARIJUANA GRASS”, people…

  19. Brian Peters. says:

    WAKEY WAKEY!!!!!!!
    1. This song is obviously about Mary Magdalene, and is meant to be blasphemous on purpose! (do you think their other song called “seven inches of satanic panic” is also a misconception?)
    2. When you have a satanic mindset as these fools obviously do, and are probably not talented enough to write inspiring lyrics, they chose to be controversial in a weak attempt to gain fame. Which in turn has given me a platform to reach out to you the reader of this post, a chance to wake up and see the degradation of society and values idiots like this are trying to destroy just to gain fame and money. Don’t think that’s evil?
    3. I am a huge music fan and feel sad that the melody is indeed very catchy, only to be used in an immature plot of weakness and pathetic loathsomeness of their own spiritual voids.
    4. The name Ghost is very poignant, not real men, just an illusion, an image as weak and see thru as their characters.

    • Anonymous says:

      The satanic panic was a thing in the 50s and 60s because people were scared of Communism. Thats why we have all of the “In god we trust” shit in America.
      Satanic Mindset? Really? Ghost is mocking overly religious people who like to act holier than thou and want to shove their religion down everyones throats. And they aren’t trying to rid people of values. Last time i checked Christianity doesn’t own the concept of morals. The only reason you consider them “Evil” is because you are too close minded.

      • Alice says:

        This song has nothing to do with overly religious people. It’s a mockery to women in general. And it dose have everything to do with Satan he has the virgin Mary why because she gave birth to the prodigal son. I’m a born again Christian and I can promis you this my daughter won’t be listening to this song again its week minded people that can’t understand that Satan is after our youth with all this crazy music.

    • Phoenixxxx (They/It) says:

      Uhm, wtf? I can’t tell if you’re one of those ppl that like to drag Satanists or not but I’d like to say something as a Satanic Atheist (someone who doesn’t believe in God, Satan, Heaven, or Hell but uses Satan as a symbol of man’s ego.)

      1.) They don’t gaf about inspiring lyrics, listen to some of their songs like “Year Zero” or just look at stuff on their yt channel

      2.) There’s a 99.9% chance that you Brian are a Christian male (probably white, 68% chance you’re a Gen X or millennial) so I understand that you’re probably ancient and don’t understand how EFFING AWESOME this band is.

      3.) It kind of upsets me when you call the ppl in Ghost weak.

      Anyways, have a nice day/night/evening/morning <3

      P.S. There's Papa, Ghouls, and Ghoulettes meaning that not everyone in Ghost is a man.

  20. ?urmom? says:

    Y’all so should I be listening to this????

  21. Trust in the self says:

    You shall not pass!
    Don’t pass your mind…. Feel the flow of your mind.. What do you see, what do you feel? Enjoy it whil you can, and don’t care to much about anyone else.

  22. Willie Falcon says:

    So if this is a sex song, then he’s most like not referring to “Virgin Mary” but instead, “Saint Mary Magdalene” as before her marriage to Jesus and her entry into sainthood, Magdalene was a prostitute

  23. Shea says:

    I think it means Mary is getting Christianed on a cross like jesus and shes gonna die

    Mary is Jesus’es dad

  24. mya says:

    I’m confused but I do think its kinda blasphemous if that’s how u spell it

  25. Anonymous says:

    Whoever thinks this is about mockery to women, are you ok? This song is about smoking weed has nothing to do with women and mocking them

  26. Ela says:

    Bro, I simply thought it was a wordplay from “Mary on a cross” and “marijuana grass” and the whole song was like, just one big metaphor. I didn’t know there was supposed to be some serious religion thing going on in there, by reading some comments in here.

    Am I thinking too simply about something so big or are the other people just thinking too hard over something so simple? I dunno.

  27. Mary on a cross says:

    I am back took the test….. I am…..GAY???????????????????☺️☺️?????????

  28. Nevada says:

    I like this song but it makes no sense at all because it says it talks about sex and stuff but it really does not seem like it but comment “I” if you like it.

  29. Anonymous says:

    ok so whoever said all Christians shove their religion down other people’s throats is parents raised me to only tell others bout Jesus if they ask me . i think its wrongg to shove your religion into other peoples faces . also when i first heard the song i fell in lvoe with it . but idk anymore…

  30. Confus3d says:

    I swear when i first heard this song I thought it would be like all holy BUT when i heard the whole song i was like………um..ok… y’all should i listen to this? Then I read this and it said something about S*X?? Now im SUPER confused ?

  31. Confused christain says:

    So i heard this as an edit audio so i was like cool lemme hear the whole song and IT WAS NOT wut i expected. So i saw this website and i read it snd then it said something about S*X?????? Ok im officially confused. Should I listen to this???

  32. Fiona Beregres says:

    do u even have a god, cause all religions have a similar story to them?

  33. Against My Belief says:

    I just got done listening to the 8 mins version of Mary on a cross but only the beautiful version. It said it on YouTube not me, but I did feel off listening to this song. I’m in between religions but was brought up as a Christian I’ve never know anything more. I too thought it was talking about the Virgin Mary. Maybe it is about weed maybe it’s about something else but this song smacks. I’m not gonna stop listening to something because it goes against what I believe in. You can agree to like something but not with what is being said.

  34. A Friend says:

    As a Christian it’s ok to be open minded and this song won’t affect that.
    It’s not about religion.
    This is one man’s experience in his personal life.
    This is a song about two powerful forces that he was addicted to and very possibly lost out to both.
    Mary on a Cross is a common (although not well known) phrase used for Marijuana.
    It may also point in the direction of an unrequited love that never reached the same high point the marijuana seemed to have.
    Like a lost love, an obsession, a desire or even lustful intent. In any case it never happened, they never ‘ sealed the deal ‘as it were.
    It may be just be a story to suit the artistic theme and narrative of the time.
    It may be a true story of personal loss.
    I intend to believe the latter.
    He gained two things in his life that gave euphoria and belief.
    The drug was real, the other may have only been an infatuation but in his head had very real possibilities.
    I know that the lady in question is no longer in his life to that extent.
    It’s a fond memory that didn’t get to where it was heading.
    The marijuana was either part of the same journey, a healing process or a place of remembrance.
    It is after all the main chorus that binds both drug and memory.

  35. Pretender says:

    I’m just gonna pretend it’s about s*x to rid my conscience lol

  36. Ghost says:

    It is about s*x and drugs. For “The Congregation” please listen.

  37. Nothing wrong with that says:

    This song is not hard to figure out. He’s talking to some younger person he is having a romantic relationship with, quite possibly a Christian female, as they remind him of holy Mary.. They have only had oral sex so far, hence “you go down like” . The feeling he gets from this person going down on him feels like the high he gets from marijuana. Not just another bloody Mary could be a double meaning with Queen Mary, but more likely , he is just saying the feeling is not like the alcoholic drink, more like marijuana. He wants her to run away with him likely against her Christian parents wishes, and despite they would not approve of her having full on sex with him, he sees nothing wrong with that. Neither do I. The song is harmless. The “nothing wrong with that” refrain is one of the most beautiful and powerful lines Tobias Forge has ever sung. One of the best songs ever written in the hard rock genre to include heavy guitars and keyboards as part of the melody of the song.

    As a side note I see a lot of people here struggling with whether they should listen to this song or not, despite that they obviously like the music.

    Here is what I can say to that.

    The lyrics and meaning of the song are at best cool, clever, and catchy with double meanings, ; at worst, gimmicky, but nothing that would erode your morals or ethics . The power of the music is eternal, where lyrics are simply part of that, and people who are afraid of listening to this or that music best learn to have their own mind. No human knows what happens after death, likely nothing, but hope for something is fine. Point being, embrace this life as it is all we have for sure. Don’t let other people insecure about their existence and/or death force you into the same insecurity. Embrace the mystery of life, it would be boring if we knew all the answers. No song or other person can infect your brain on your journey through this earth. You have sole dominion over your thoughts and ideas. It’s nice to pray for yourself or others and indeed dreams come true if you commit your ideas to word and repetition, so whether you believe in a higher power or not, repeating the words you want to live by over and over is what is important, not what you listen to. I sing along with this song, in particular the nothing wrong with that part… it is both the most powerful line of the song, and the best one for those feeling guilty for no reason that they are listening to it and enjoying it’s beauty.

  38. Anonymous says:

    Disgusting profane individuals. The fire of hell awaits them.

  39. Rosebud Serse says:

    It’s with no doubt about Mary the mother of Jesus . As they have such background, I’m not scandalized by this, even if I think some would find it disrespectful or blasfemous. They tricked into marijuana cross just for mainstream and kids , but that’s it. I’m from a strict Catholic background now apostate , and I recognize the rebellion and the blasfemy as they are … human .

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