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That's it. I'm playing B-17 (Original Post) KMOD Sep 2016 OP
Please Mr. OriginalGeek Sep 2016 #1
lol KMOD Sep 2016 #2
I remember a few OriginalGeek Sep 2016 #3


(12,132 posts)
1. Please Mr.
Fri Sep 9, 2016, 09:49 AM
Sep 2016

Please, don't.

I was accepted into 7th grade choir on the basis of my audition performing that song. It was a new song then.

then my voice changed. They let me stay in choir in 8th grade out of pity and past performance but I was relegated to the back row and never selected for solos or anything else where people might hear me. They did let me accompany on bongos for a few songs.



(7,906 posts)
2. lol
Fri Sep 9, 2016, 11:47 AM
Sep 2016

That's cool that they let you play the bongos.

I still remember all the songs we sang in choir and I still sing them sometimes.


(12,132 posts)
3. I remember a few
Fri Sep 9, 2016, 02:18 PM
Sep 2016

This was a public Jr High but our 2 music teachers were pretty religious so we got a lot of church music. We actually won a few competitions while I was there in the DFW area. Best part was getting out of class to go to competitions.

Morning has Broken (obviously before he converted - we wouldn't have done his songs had the teachers known that was coming lol), Trampin',
we did a pretty bangin' Gloria in Excelsis Deo

but having my voice change got me a part in 8th grade production of Bye Bye Birdie. I was a hilarious Harvey Johnson.

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