Monday, February 1, 2010

Great Idea #437

We should incorporate Journey's "Don't Stop Believin" into the LDS hymnbook. Not only is it a great song but it teaches an important lesson about enduring to the end. And just imagine how much fun the organist would have with those riffs!

10 comments:

Kristina P. said...

I would fully support this.

The Hathorns said...

You might have to change some of the lyrics, like "for a smile you can share the night." That might send a mixed message, maybe.

Dale Kemp said...

I could get behind this idea in a big way!

Dale Kemp said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CNB1EUJg1-w

yamanin said...

Not to mention Bryan Adams' "Everything I Do (I Do It For Thee)" and about 800 other post-1900 songs.

Kim said...

Sandy,

Right? I was thinking:

"A singer in a cultural hall. The smell of Sprite and basketball."

The Hathorns said...

Nice.

Sherrie said...

you should definitely be on the new hymnbook committee. Don't forget James Taylor's "You've Got a Friend." Classic.

Cheetah said...

Haha! I agree with this idea! I tried to think up other songs that might fit in this catagory, but it seems like every song has at least one or two references to something not-church. Hmmmm....

Kim said...

How about "My Life Would Suck Without You (Lord)"?