Sunday, September 14, 2008


RSCT to our UK buddy Damian Thompson, who understands that this piece of music "is being circulated as an example of 'liturgical best practice'". Well, I do know that it's God-awful and probably the goofiest thing I've heard passed as church music since the Alleluia Chee-Chee.

Even the Chee-Chee monkey thinks it's funny. Just look at him laugh for cripes sakes!

What next? The #$*^*!% wiggles?


Chris C. said...

At least they included a confession of sorts:

He loves me when I'm right
He loves me when I'm wrong
He loves me I waste my time
Writing silly songs

Let's just hope that's not an inspiration to anyone else.

Brian Sullivan said...

It's not April, is it? I like it. It's got a good beat and you can liturgically dance to it. <;-).>

Brian Michael Page said...

Well if they hang in there till February, they can use it at the next Religious Mis-edu-ma-cation congress in Los Ahn-ghe-leeze.

Chris C. said...

This gets even better: one of the tracks on the Sonseed album featuring the above "hit" is none other than...

"And the Father Will Dance" by Carey Landry!

The full album is available for download here:

(sorry, there's no link to the individual song, you'll have to download the whole thing and unzip it)

Found it here:

Richard Chonak said...

Don't scare me like that, Brian. It's kitsch from 1983.