THINGS PEOPLE THINK ABOUT WHILE SINGING IN THE CHOIR
~ I wonder if anyone out there notices I forgot my lipstick this morning.
~ I wonder who in the congregation will fall asleep first today?
~ 90 minutes till kickoff.
~ How many more verses?
~ What if some Sunday we have everyone in the choir wear regular clothes and everyone in the congregation wear robes? Yeah, that’s the ticket.
~ Boy, I wish I had/hadn’t skipped choir practice Wednesday night.
~ Why are there 666 hymns in the new Baptist Hymnal? Surely they realized the significance of that number. You’d think someone would have noticed and added or subtracted one.
~ If a wood chuck could chuck wood, how much wood would a wood chuck chuck?
~ I wonder what would happen if the congregation moved up here, and we moved down in the sanctuary? Would the Pastor preach to us or turn around and preach to them?
~ I wonder if anyone else in the choir has noticed the music minister has a wedgie?
~ Why don’t we ever sing the third verse? We should skip the second verse for a change.
~ The pot roast.
~ What does the minister wear under HIS robes?
~ Will the person behind me ever hit the right note?
~ And to think the tune of this grand old hymn used to be to a British drinking song. I wonder what the original words were?
~ Did I turn off the curling iron?
~ How would the hymn sound if Metallica played it?
~ I wonder who ate all the jelly doughnuts before Sunday School fellowship this morning?
~ Wow, God loves me enough to let me sing in “His” choir.