Save Me a Seat

Save me a seat in the front row.
You're in heaven now and God puts on a hell of a show.
There is no admission, but to leave your pain at the front door.
Just like Poe's raven who repeats "Nevermore."
Go ahead and put on those silly glasses it's all in 3-D.
Even though your visions will be quite different than me.
In your movie you will see your good and I guess your bad.
All the happiness and everything sad.
I don't remember it's in scene one or scene two.
Out comes your family and friends who have passed before you.
There will be no subtitles or audio to adjust.
The only words that appear is like a coin stamped
"In God we trust."
From the previews it shows your life from birth until death.
I'm told from your first cry until your last breath.
End this you scream I do not like that person I do
not like this show.
Silence the director replies all is forgiven now that
I put you in the front row.

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