TO THIS SONG (the original is pretty awesome too)!
(read more here about what this means).
Thunderbolt of Blasphemy
Saw Pentatonix in concert with Renae during the summer of 2012…
OUT OF THIS WORLD GOOD!
Avi, Scott, Kirstie, Mitch, and Kevin, this is how many estrellas I give you:
My blood pressure just spiked BIG time.
in a good way!
Oh, and just so you, he can also wear this while playing to the same crowd.
of 7,000 people (!) at the LA Staples Center
where he also recorded his ever famous and influential live album:
If you looked up the word “Versatility” in the dictionary,
you just may find John Mayer’s picture.
*John’s ever evolving fashion through the years is a topic that has definitely caused some thought wrinkles in my brain. Here is one little example.
And don’t forget about what Ms. Bedingfield so eloquently stated on the idea of fashion/music.
More to come on these ideas.
than she has strength!
Check out the original scripture here.
Oh, and also, that was a Laura Jansen cover of the Kings of Leon song.
I like it a LOT.
Lil Wayne wanted to know if this girl was down for a sing-off.
Know what she said?
“Honestly, I’m down like the economy!”
Compare this (start at 2:24-3:00):
To this (start at 1:02-1:43):
(I changed the gender pronouns. I do that kind of thing a lot.)
Readers, what do you think?
PS. Wayne, I love and respect you no matter what (not really, but just didn’t want to come off as judgmental and also wanted to soften this next part), BUT your body is a temple…why would you want to put graffiti on it? Join the LDS Church and I’ll help you pay to get rid of those tats (but readers FYI you don’t have to do that if you want to become a Mormon-just thought I’d clear that up)…
(can’t choose a version)
Read Lyrics Here:
PS I appreciate these songs for their honesty and even finding gentle humor in controversy. However, I’m not into music that glorifies certain things, say immorality, drugs, violence, or suicide. Fine line of propriety again.