Giles Fraser thought that telling lies Was fine, for priests who wished to rise To higher ranks, and wear a mitre: Deceit could make their task much lighter. If he was asked, "Who's in your bed?" A bishop could tell lies, instead Of owning up with honesty. (We don't believe in sin, you see...)
"Do I have a sleeping partner? How dare you..."
It happened, after many years, God took the man with funny ears: Giles Fraser, aged just ninety-seven, Had died - but did he go to Heaven? Alas, I fear 'twas not the case, For GOD said "Giles, you're a disgrace! I've seen the way that you behaved: There's no way, mate, that you'll be saved. Just like your bishops, when they die, You've made your bed, so on it, LIE!"
Giles Fraser's latest article is very good, don't you think?