Friday, January 10, 2014

The Devil Went Down To Georgia is an important piece of prophetical allegory!

Charlie Daniels - Fire On The Mountain.
In The 1979 Folk Classic: " The Devil Went Down To Georgia " - written by Charlie Daniels [ that means: " The Free Man Is The Son Whom God Alone May Judge " ], and produced by John Boylan [ that means: " God Has Graciously Provided The Son Who Is Pledged In The Meadow " ]; for Epic Records [ which means: " A Recording Label For  Long Narrative Poems, Recounting In Elevated Style, The Deeds Of A Legendary Hero " ] -  we have been provided A Prophetical Allegory.

After all, dear brothers and sisters: " The Devil Went Down To Georgia [ The Worker Of Yahweh Upon Earth ], Looking For A Soul To Steal [ At The Garden Of Eden ] "... and, The Rest Is All Just History. Is it, Not?

Adam is actually: " The Father Who Judges "!
But, hey, don't just take my word for it. In fact, why not actually listen to The Following Musical Video for: " The Devil Went Down To Georgia " - because, in the much larger scheme of things, You Might Just Be Glad That You Did....

America In Prophecy

Devil Went Down To Georgia ( 1979 ) by: Charlie Daniels.


The Devil Went To Georgia: Is A Prophetical Allegory
Well, the Devil went down to Georgia...
He was looking for a soul to steal.
He was in a bind, 'cause he was way behind;
And, he was willing to make a deal.

When, he came across this young man;
Sawing on a fiddle and playing it hot;
And, the Devil jumped up on a hickory stump;
And said: " Boy, let me tell you what.... "

" You probably didn't even know it,
But I'm a fiddle player too...
And, if you care to take a dare,
I'll just make a bet with you. "

" Now you play a pretty good fiddle, boy...
But, give the Devil his due.
I'll bet a fiddle of gold against your soul,
I think I'm better than you! "

The boy said: " My name is Johnny;
And, it might be a sin...
But I'm gonna take your bet, you're gonna regret -
I'm the best there's ever been! "

Johnny, you rosin up your bow and play your fiddle hard,
'Cause hell's broke loose in Georgia; and the Devil deals the cards.
And, if you win you get this shiny fiddle made of gold...
But, if you lose the Devil gets your soul!

The Devil opened up his case.
And, he said: " I'll start this show ".
And, fire flew from his fingertips...
As he rosined up his bow.

And, then he pulled his bow across the strings...
And, it made an evil hiss.
And, a band of demons joined in...
And, it sounded something like this.

When the Devil finished,
Johnny said: " You know you're pretty good old son.
But, you just flop down in that chair right there...
I'm gonna show you how this stuff's done! "


Well that old Devil bowed his head,
Because he knew that he'd been beat.
And, he laid that golden fiddle
Down on the ground at Johnny's feet!

Johnny said: " Devil, come on back
If you ever wanna try again.
I done told you once you son of a bitch,
I'm the best there's ever been! "


The Storyteller is playing for Very High Stakes!
You see, folks, it's just like Charlie Daniels has already warned you: " The Devil Deals In Cards "... and yet, sadly for him, The Storyteller Controls All Of The Very Best Ones!


Ahava and Shalom.

May Yahweh's Own: Love and Peace - be, continually, upon you!