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Discussion in 'Music Ministry' started by El_Guero, Sep 7, 2005.
A poll to determine who has actually listened to the lyrics.
In the poll, I used the term "tried to" because I found the song painful and I would not expect everyone to be able to complete the song.
I wanted the poll, because I kept getting the feeling that people were attacking each other about the usage of "music". Unfortunately, the thread sounded like people were not talking about the same song.
I listened to it....and the opinion I gave was simply on that song.
Reminds me of a guy who did a sociological
study in a prison. The prisoners answered the
following question with the same percentages
as did the non-jailed population:
Have you been in trouble with the law?
I watched the video and read the lyrics. However, I haven't gotten in an argument with anyone about the song, so I couldn't answer question three from fact. I decided to give myself the benefit of the doubt and say "Yes."
Now thanks for reminding me, I'm going to email the song link to a friend!
that song was really funny. have you seen the music video? its at whiteboydj.com i think
I see this as a very funny and relevant song and video. I think that the messsage is very clear about standards and living and walking with God. If you could not understand the words, well, you may need your hearing checked because they were very clear as well the message.
If this is what passes for art in contemporary Christianity I suppose there is one ray of hope: It can only get better from here.
Surely this is one of the last signs of the apocalypse.