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of Sathya Sai Baba And his worldwide cult, the Sathya Sai Organization

Child Protectrice, Beth Rude, The Goddess Sathya Sai Baba Forgot

Posted by Barry Pittard on June 28, 2011

Beth Rude.  A Ballad by Barry Pittard.  2011.

I wonder if you ever knew

That sweet old lady they call Beth Rude

With her steady gaze and a cutting phrase

Did she ever gaze at you?

Was she ever rude to you?

But she’s never rude to kiddies, who

Come racing up to her

And even kids who are the wildest

With her become quieter

And the kids who are the timidest

Learn to build their fire from her

Beth Rude says:

Lots of kids need lots and lots of hugs

And not one kid needs shots of drugs

Some polite people say – how rude is Beth

And that Beth should mind her own business

Beth says –

If someone should do harm to a hair on a child’s head

That harm should be spoken, and not laid to rest

Beth Rude and her friends all sing sweet lullabies

For children who look up with trust in their eyes

With trust in their eyes, sure trust in their eyes

At the love in your eyes, yes at the love in your eyes

Beth Rude and her friends together they wipe

Tears that might ….

Might never be dried

Some polite people say –

Beth Rude you should do something far more mainstream

Instead of being so rude in a lost cause, don’t you see!?

How rude to speak of rockspiders and predatory beasts

Leave things to experts, the government, and to the police

And Beth bites back, she says –

If it’s nobody’s business then whose business is it?!

So you think that rock spiders should pay your kids a visit?!

So –

I wonder if you ever knew

That sweet old lady they call Beth Rude

With her steady gaze and a cutting phrase

Did she ever gaze at you?

Was she ever rude to you?

But she’s never rude to kiddies, who

Draw their warmth from her

And even kids who are the wildest

With her become quieter

And the kids who are the timidest

Learn to build their fire from her

Beth Rude says:

Kids need to feel safe. If they’re not safe

Kids hearts break, kids hearts break!

Some go silent, some grow violent

When polite people not a scrap of notice take

Beth says:

Most rude is a crude cross that nails a child

That nails a kid timid or nails a kid wild

Beth Rude and her friends they sing sweet lullabies

For children who look up with love in their eyes

With love in their eyes. Is your love in their eyes?

You see the trust in their eyes, do they see trust in your eyes?

Beth Rude and her friends together they wipe

Tears that might ….

Might never be dried

Some polite people say –

Beth Rude you should do something far more mainstream

Instead of being so rude in a lost cause, don’t you see!?

Beth says:

What is it with you, who stay silent, who make a shadow in between

So many children who look up for the rainbows of their dreams?!

Call me rude, downright rude, but see I’ll keep you in mind

When you let go rock spiders, who should be doing time!

Doing time, doing time, hard time, don’t you see!?

Doing time, after time …..

So, that’s Beth. And –

I wonder if you ever knew

That sweet old lady they call Beth Rude

With her steady gaze and a cutting phrase

Did she ever gaze at you?

Was she ever rude to you?

While –

Beth Rude and her friends together they wipe

Tears that might ….

Might never be dried

So –

I wonder if you ever new

That sweet old lady they call Beth Rude

With her steady gaze and a cutting phrase

Did she ever gaze at you?

Was she ever rude to you?

But she’s never rude to kiddies, who

Come racing after her

And even the kids who are the wildest

With her become quieter

And the kids who are the timidest

They learn their fire from her

Beth has a fire ….

Do you ….

Do you have a fire ….?

Do you?

(This song is dedicated to the Mother of a great advocate in protecting the young. A teacher for over 30 years, she contacted, having appreciated another lyric of mine:  Sathya Sai Baba – The Man Who Would Be ‘King of Kings’).

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Child Protection. Has Hindu India Forgotten Saraswati?

Child Protection. Has Hindu India Forgotten the Mothering Nature of Saraswati?

United Nations Child Protection Symbol

Note:  Barry Pittard’s songs are copyright protected by The Australasian Performing Rights Association (APRA)

See two other related ballads by Barry Pittard: 

‘Little Fly’. A Ballad of ‘Rock Spiders’ and Sexual Abuse of the Young

Sathya Sai Baba – The Man Who Would Be ‘King of Kings’

Enquiries regarding music and lyrics, Contact:  barpittard@gmail.com

For a great project that uses the power of symbols in liberating children from the evils of child abuse, see:

Symbols for teaching children, via the imaginationart in liberating

http://www.triangle.org.uk/howitis

Kuan Yin

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Child Protection Rainbow

Excerpt From Public Petition (and introduction)

Public Petition For Official Investigations of Sathya Sai Baba and His Worldwide Organization

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