(From the above article,According to sims,”the dead always want us to join them.They frighten us because we know that someday we will see the view of a grave.In half a page or less discuss your view of the dead.Are you afraid of dead bodies?Are the kind of person who would be afraid to visit a funeral home, or do you love the thrill of the unknown?Do you find horror movies too scary, or do you find it all silly and boring?
“all My teaRS” by JaRS OF Clay
When I go don’t cry for me in my Father’s arms I’ll be
The wounds this world left on my soul will all be healed and I’ll be whole.
Sun and moon will be replaced with the light of Jesus’ face And I will not be ashamed, for my Savior knows my name
It don’t matter where you bury me, I’ll be home and I’ll be free It don’t matter where I lay, all my tears be washed away.
Gold and silver blind the eye, temporary riches lie
Come and eat from heaven’s store, come and drink and thirst no more
It don’t matter where you bury me, I’ll be home and I’ll be free It don’t matter where I lay, all my tears be washed away
So weep not for me my friends, when my time below does end For my life belongs to Him, who will raise the dead again.
It don’t matter where you bury me, ’cause I’ll be home and I’ll be free. It don’t matter where I lay, all my tears be washed away.
Ooh, it don’t matter . . . Ooh, it don’t matter.
Using Google, Bing, or another search engine, find an audio or video performance of the song on a Web site, such as YouTube. Does the artist’s performance change your interpretation of the song’s lyrics? If so, how did it change? If not, why not, in your opinion? (Half a page or less)