Monday, February 11, 2013

Monday Musings: The ♫♪Music♪♫ Edition


Dear Grammys:
I hardly know ye!   Who are all these bizarre people making strange noises on your stage?

By the way, dear Grammys:
Some of your nominees don’t play…music…

Dear ♪Music:
You ain’t what you used to be.


Dear Real Talent:
You so rarely show your face these days!   Please come back!

Dear Rap/Hip Hop Lovers:
I can’t believe these are some of the folks you’ve made rich and famous!

Dear Grammy Lover:
Yes, I am aware that not everyone feels the way I do about today’s song composition.   But many do agree with me…  

Dear Music Awards Shows:
I haven’t watched a full show since the Red Hot Chili Peppers publicly thanked satan on the MTV awards in 1992. 

Dear Music:
I really do love you!   These days, I usually limit my enjoyment to contemporary Christian, a little country, and 70’s tunes.  I’d venture to say the pop/rock and roll music world doesn’t miss me…but considering that true rock and roll recordings died sometime in the early 80’s…I don’t miss them, either.
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Dear Christian Brothers and Sisters:
Come, let us sing unto the Lord: let us make a joyful noise to the rock of our salvation; let us come before His presence with thanksgiving, and make a joyful noise unto Him with psalms.   (Psalm 95)


7 comments:

  1. Amen with the scripture; I have no idea of modern music these days, groups, etc. My that must make me old :)

    betty

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  2. I think we might have the same taste in music....

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  3. A noise doth they make but not unto the LORD....I am in agreement with your posting today, 110% "sound, the way is not of the LORD" loved your scripture I'm standing right by you sister making that "Joyful Noise"

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  4. You are good my friend! And Carrie Underwood had on some kind of magic dress too! :)

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  5. This is so cool..thanks so much for the info. Love it! questmp3

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