View Full Version : Jesus sings 'Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now'

26-01-2006, 13:24:26


The BBC plans to mark the crucifixion and resurrection of Christ this Easter with an hour-long live procession through the streets of Manchester featuring pop stars from The Stone Roses and Happy Mondays and featuring songs by The Smiths and New Order.
In the programme, called Manchester Passion, a character representing Jesus will sing the legendary Joy Division anthem Love Will Tear Us Apart before dueting his arch-betrayer Judas on the New Order hit Blue Monday, according to senior church sources involved in the production.

The climax of the event sees Jesus sing the Smiths classic song Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now as he is being flayed by Roman soldiers. He will then come face-to-face with his Roman prosecutor Pontius Pilate with the two of them singing a duet of the Oasis hit Wonderwall and its chorus:

"I said maybe
You're gonna be the one who saves me?
And after all
You're my wonderwall."

Gramercy Riffs
26-01-2006, 13:28:55
Wow, thats a pretty skewed idea. Quite cool though

26-01-2006, 13:33:40
That is bizarre.

26-01-2006, 15:34:18

That idiot can't touch Mozza!!

Nills Lagerbaak
26-01-2006, 15:38:18
Oh my God, that sounds atrocious. If I lived in Manchester I would be buttining down the hatches!

Surely Cliff Richard singing some happy clappy shit would be more appropriate?!