So have you ever seen those videos of a color blind person getting those glasses that allows him to see color for the first time? Go here for a minute and see what I mean. Man receives glasses that lets him see color.
Did you see his reaction to seeing the beauty of creation? Have you ever thought about how wonderful it is to see the color green?
Be praised for all Your tenderness
By these works of Your hands
Suns that rise and rains that fall to bless
And bring to life Your land
Look down upon this winter wheat
And be glad that You have made
Blue for the sky and the color green
That fills these fields with praise
Here is an Advent hymn (it is still Advent the season of Christmas hasn’t begun) that I recently came across and I think you will enjoy.
So some one pointed out to me that they didn’t know the rules regarding Earworm Wednesday. So…
Rule #1 The song can’t be lewd in nature.
Rule#2 If the song is popular I try to find someone who has done a cover of it.
Rule #3 It has to be rattling around my skull at least for two hours. But can also be a suggestion from a reader of this blog.
Rule #4 When all of this fails I choose something that amuses me.
Enjoy this Christmas Carol from the Mediaeval Baebes
Yeah I admit to it every do often I get a hankering for some metal. Which is why this song has been playing in my head all week. So here is some good ol boys covering this AC-DC classic.
This cover of the Hall and Oates classic is by MisterWives an indie pop group out of New York. The unique vocals of lead singer Mandy Lee (Amanda Lee Duffy) brings a memorable sound to this cover.
So I have been working and listening to audio books and not so much music. But this popped in my head just before dinner. So enjoy some Cheap Trick via Postmodern Jukebox.
My head has been relatively free of songs contemporary and historical so let’s just say see you next week.
Since we are so close to the 500th anniversary of the Reformation it seemed appropriate to have this for Earworm Wednesday.
Management would like to announce that there will be no Earworm Wednesday this week. Please tune in next week for another Earworm Wednesday.
And this one goes out to Dr. James White who likes Glenn Miller songs. Another reason that I like him.