Thinking Out Loud

December 18, 2011

An Original Christmas Song

With a busy pre-Christmas schedule eating away at our time, the best I can offer this morning is a feeble attempt to boost the YouTube stats on our modest Christmas song video.

As I wrote last year, “It’s not the musical quality, or the recording quality; it’s just my wife and I with some extra time… and a desire to share with my blog audience a song I’ve been singing somewhere every Christmas for a rather long number of years.

“There’s something about the idea of  being home for Christmas; something about the fact the pace of life slows down for a day or two. No wonder that it’s so difficult for people who are alone on December 25th; being with friends or family seems to define the day.Which is why people where I live have revived the annual “Christmas Dinner on Christmas Day” for people who don’t have close family, or can’t afford all the trimmings of the season; people who don’t have a home to go home to.

“We didn’t have time to do this up as professionally as we might have, but I hope you’ll kick back and enjoy the song and its ideas. Most of the technical work was that of my wife, Ruth; who, on some of this, was learning on the fly. If we could ever cut loose from our individual projects, we could be the Christian version of Pomplamouse!

“Most important, I hope you’ll reconnect with the thought that the familiar birth of Christ narrative in Luke is the start of much, much longer story. One that continues into eternity.”

2 Comments »

  1. I really enjoyed this – thanks!

    Comment by thirdspacechurch — December 19, 2011 @ 9:35 pm

  2. This was posted on my wife’s YouTube account which was shut down a week ago just minutes after she declined to accept Google Plus. 44 Original music videos. GONE! And no avenue of appeal.

    For now, watch it here: http://www.godtube.com/watch/?v=0JMFBMNU

    Comment by paulthinkingoutloud — October 18, 2012 @ 11:32 pm


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