[I'm A Happy Member Of The Church. I'm Proud Of It And Defend It. It Makes Me Bold And Gives Me Confidence. I Feel I Know The Answer To Life - That It's All About. If You're Not Searching For The Answer To Life, You Have More Time To Make Art. It's A Rock For Me Upon Which I Can Tap Dance.]

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