just because

it's December.

Amy Grant: I Need a Silent Night.

This is a quiet one, Amy's voice is quite soft, you may need to turn up the hearing aids... or turn off all other distractions for 3:55 minutes. Right near the end, the child's voice speaking is even more quiet, almost whispered.
The words are very appropriate for this time of year.

Comments

  1. We have gone shopping crazy--this was wonderful!!

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  2. Don't we all need a silent night.
    Love it - thank you.
    Mind you I was irritated by the written lyrics...
    too becoming to, and shepherds watching their clocks.
    Proof read people. Please.

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  3. Nice...I like Amy Grant...and haven't heard her for a while either.

    Thanks. :)

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  4. Lovely song and sentiments. The child's voice was sweet and pure.
    I ache for the sadness in the world today...

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  5. fishducky; I thought this was perfect for all the frenzied shopping mums and dads out there.

    Elephant's Child; there's not enough proof-reading anymore, that's for sure.

    Lee; I'd almost forgotten Amy Grant, then one of her songs came up on my ipod, "Ask Me".

    Vicki; There's too much sadness, and too many people try to fix that by buying and buying; not realising that material goods cannot fix an empty heart.

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  6. Don't mind Amy. I see most of us saw the error :)

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  7. Stay cool tomorrow, Wednesday, River. I see on the weather reports 39C is predicted. Drink lots of water...and pick up a good book to read in a cool spot. :)

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  8. Margaret-whiteangel; let's just ignore the error and enjoy the song. it's Christmas. Or close to it :)

    Lee; I've got my cool spot all chosen. Right here under my airconditioner. As soon as I get home from where I have to be. We're headed for 42C on Saturday :( Then Sunday is supposed to be much, much cooler, so that's the day to be making mince pies.

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