Is Tun telling the audience that like John Lennon, he too likes to imagine a world with no religion?
Does he “imagine there’s no heaven” and “no hell below us” because he loves to blame others for nothing and slander others to get what he wants, like what he is doing to our Prime Minister Najib?
By singing this song, does he like John Lennon, want to be free from religion and is calling others to join him as said in part of the chorus of the song, “I hope someday you’ll join us, And the world will be as one.”
Is Tun trying to tell the audience that “no religion” is a way to make people live in peace? (And no religion too, Imagine all the people, Living life in peace…)
In other words, is it religion that makes people fight?
Now to his supporters, what do they feel when they hear Tun, as their icon singing such song?
And what will they say if it was Dato’ Sri Najib who sings the song.
Maybe too busy thinking of how to force Dato’ Sri Najib to step down makes Mahathir lose his judgement nowadays, like supporting the DAP powered Bersih 4, which used to be against his principals.
Mahathir should calm down, may Allah gives him hidayah.
Here’s the lyrics of the song, “Imagine” that Mahathir sang, a song with beautiful music but with lyrics that ‘ruin’ our akidah:
Imagine there’s no heaven It’s easy if you try No hell below us Above us only sky Imagine all the people Living for today…
Imagine there’s no countries It isn’t hard to do Nothing to kill or die for And no religion too Imagine all the people Living life in peace…
My mother found this wonderful Kelantanese song on the internet which I think that some of you will enjoy.
I really enjoy it because it has nice music and catchy tune.
‘Bo La Weiii’ is written by Eddie Hamid and it is in Kelantanese dialect and he uses some traditional musical instruments that makes the music so nice and catchy.
Since I do not understand the Kelantanese dialect, I do not understand what was said in the song, so I tried to get some ideas by watching the video clip 🙂
It shows problems faced by the people under PAS government such as very dirty water from the tap, and the hills without trees which were cut down without considering of the environmental problems caused by over foresting and so on; no wonder PAS supporters are not happy with the song.
Anyway please watch the video clip below, you may not be able to understand it but the music is very nice and catchy…
I wonder if my readers like the song as much as I do?