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That was so bad my eyes hurt!





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Those remind me of a favorite book I read 30 years ago: The Philippian Fragment by Calvin Miller.

"After months of meticulous archaeological sleuthing, Calvin Miller has discovered a long-lost second-century manuscript which demonstrates conclusively that in church life the more things change, the more they remain the same. In this fictional account, the author describes what might have happened in the first century and certainly is happening in the twenty-first." Link

In the book, Miller describes a person who was kicked in the adenoids by a taurus but still sang violently to God's glory.

He also tells the story of a church poet who would stand and inflict her gift of poetry on the congregation.

At the end, she would always say, "The Lord gave me that one. I take no credit for it."

Miller said the widespread view in the congregation was that the Lord didn't want credit for it either.


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That really was painful!!!! I know that I can't sing, so I don't try!!
 
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Playing these "performances" at 2X speed is less painful since you only need to listen for half the time.

And it didn't make either of them sound any worse.


A couple more key changes and the guy would have been in the key of "fingernails on chalk board." 2x speed would have uped it an octave so he surely got there for you. Wink


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Originally posted by Rev. A. J. Forsyth:
The lord has blessed that man.

Bless you all for bringing his light into my heart.


Seriously, with all the applause, the young man may have a disability or something where the congregation wanted to affirm him.

We had a developmentally disabled young man who competed badly in our local horse shows but he would receive lively hoots and applause every time.


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During the introduction, the "singer" known as James Canupp claims to have competed against an actual well-known award winning tenor by the name of Brian Free. Here's Brian singing live, and it's still good considering a live performance.



James is so deranged that he believes he "wore Brian out' in solo performances.



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His voice used to be better before he want through menopause.


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I'm thinking whatever he's sitting on is pinching a nut.


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My ears are bleeding, I think I saw Satan too. Is there anyway we can advertise him as an up and coming rapper ?


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I needed this today based on the day I have had.....I laughed until I was crying...My wife asked me what in the world was I listening too and please put on the headphones because it was upsetting the dogs.....OMG....those were soooo bad and yet I am still laughing...The second time I listened they were even funnier.....Thanks Para for posting...Mark
 
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I found it a little pitchy.
 
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Hahah... my side hurts from laughing. Surely that guy doesn’t really think he can sing. It’s a joke right?
 
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What did I do to deserve this? Big Grin

I'm sure it sounds real grand in his head.
 
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That was like having my ears kicked in the nuts ....


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I was listening to the second song and my dog just came running into the room, looking at me like "WTF are you killing in here?"
 
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I suppose the thing that makes them bad singers is the same thing that prevents them from knowing it.



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Somebody on youtube did a version of him singing a duet with goats. Got to admit, it's better than the original.


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