For the past 50 years these humble lads from Great Britain have been praying for salvation that they may enter heaven by rising to such an occasion releasing a string of angelic based hits such as Play With Fire, (1965), Get Off of My Cloud (1965), Paint it Black (1966), Terrifying (1990), Saint of Me (1998), Beast of Burden and Sympathy For The Devil (2003).
Regardless of the their monumental achievements, a few critics have had the audacity as of late to analyze whether the Rolling Stones really did anything to further God's message on earth. In an absurd attempt to appear intelligent, these critics have been asking such mundane questions as, "has our world gotten any better the past 50 years from the Rolling Stones' message on earth?" and "So now what, why hasn't heaven opened for the Rolling Stones and their fans yet? What gives, is God having trouble with the party invitations?
God's angels can hardly wait to get the Rolling Stones' autograph at the pearly gates of Heaven. (Photo taken July 11, 2012) The Stones won't need to bathe for such an entry into a place of purity since they always smell of victory roses.
"I spoke with God the other day who told me his favorite Stones' hit was Brown Sugar that he plans on having angels meet them at the gates to ask for their autograph." - Anonymous Stones' FanLucifer, as an overseer of Satan's music department, has his own view of the Rolling Stones' legacy on earth:
"This they call music? The Stones will never enter my underworld, ever! Tell me, how many souls did they destroy with these sounds, not a one! There were no drug addictions, no whoredoms, suicide related deaths and murders. In fact, there were none of the sort. This is disgusting! I'll make sure my army of demons is never unleashed through these lads, that hell will be protected from their despicable holiness of God! - Lucifer, overseer of Satan's music department.The Rolling Stones are scheduled to enter God's heaven to be bathed in His radiant love with their fans to follow in their next tour out of this world.
Rolling Stones Celebrate 50 Years On Stage - SFGate.com