Sunday, March 25, 2007

An Unfortunate Mishap

Last week at church, one of the songs we sang was "Where He Leads I'll Follow."

The second verse goes like this:

Sweet is the tender love Jesus hath shown,
Sweeter far than any love that mortals have known;
Kind to the erring one, faithful is He;
He the great example is, and pattern for me.

For some reason when I'm singing, I sometimes have a bad tendency to replace "faithful" with "faithless." I think this is partly because in the first verse, the part that is sung instead of "faithful is He" is "sinless I see." I saw the "-less" and the "faith" and I guess I put them together. This unfortunate mistake of messing up faithful/faithless has happened on other songs, but I can't remember any of the other songs. If I come across anymore hymn singing mishaps, I might bump this post up to the top.

Whenever we sing "Hallelujah Praise Jehovah", I sometimes want to sing the last line of the third verse like this:
Praise His Name, young men and maidens, Asian (actually "ag├Ęd") men, and children small.

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