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|I can't say I was completely surprised,
but Joe wrote a song about Andrea and I for our wedding (I've got to
say he did a pretty good job too).
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|Here's a little play on the VeggieTales theme song.
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||Euhan had the misfortune of sitting
beside Joe and I while we both had guitars during a CGYG potluck/games
night. Poor Euhan. Live and learn.
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|Some things people say just seem to lend
themselves to song. Phi's "I came to Toronto 'cause love left me"
said during a Thanksgiving dinner is one such phrase. Little did we
know that to follow one love, he had to leave another behind. The
resulting angst gave birth to "Phi's Lament" during a work weekend at
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||My only response to Joe's performance of
"Ming Ho" came in the form of 4 words... "I write songs too."
Written shortly after Joe's performance, I waited for the right
opportunity to strike back. Joe even did the overheads for me during
the performance but accidentally covered the lyrics part way through.
||Friday at CGC
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|This song was written
specifically for the CGYG welcome program. It was meant to be a fun
song designed to describe CGYG and how solidly grounded it is
scripturally. Interestingly enough, the song ended up being very
scriptural in content. Hmmm... guess CGYG rubbed off on me.
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|For a doctor, Joe sure has a lot of
time. How else can you explain this song he wrote about me...
ME! His writing partner! I get the feeling he wrote this as
a response to our last couple of joint efforts. We started writing
"Friday at CGC" together, but somehow I ended up writing the whole thing
(though I gave him a month to contribute so I'm blameless). I told
him he could write a song for the CGYG retreat... and so he did...
||If I went to CGYG
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|This song was performed
for the appreciation surprise party for David, Chun-Va, Stephen, and Betty
for all their hard work as counselors. It was definitely a fun song
to write and perform. There were a LOT of inside jokes involved so
it may lose a little something with time.
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||The song that started it all. After
an afternoon of ultimate frisbee on August 3rd, 2003, a group of us
traveled back to Tim's place for dinner. Many of us were members of
CGC's softball team the Proclaimers. We had a guitar... it was
inevitable. After a night of singing worship songs, Joe, Wilson, and
I proceeded to write one of the saddest (pathetic, not boo-hoo sad) songs
we've ever written. A parody of the Proclaimer's song with all new
lyrics. After a solid month of resisting, I finally gave in to Joe's
insistence on performing the song. Finally, at the CGYG Iron Chef we
did it, scottish accents and all. We'll never live it down.