Friday, October 20, 2006

Mel Gibson Should Sing Song Of Shame On National Television

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Mel Gibson’s public apology on Diane Sawyer isn’t enough for one Jewish songwriter in Nashville, Tennessee.

He wants him to apologize again – in song.

Songwriter Jesse Goldberg devoutly believes it would be much more therapeutic for both Gibson and Jews in general if the actor performed a musical apology instead of a verbal song and dance like he did on Good Morning America.

Coincidentally, Goldberg says he has the perfect song for the occasion: A devout ditty called “Southern Baptist Jew,” which has lyrics like, I go to church and mosque and synagogue and tabernacle too/Cause I’m a Catholic, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, Southern Baptist, Jew.

Goldberg says if Gibson sang the song, it would prove he’s genuinely tolerant of all religions.

Although Goldberg is sending Gibson a song demo, he admits the only way he would duet with the actor if there was “$20 million dollars on the table.”

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