Do you know that the very popular song "Bohemian Rhapsody" by Queen is 40 years old today? In our correspondence as pen friends, Richard told me about the group Queen and I bought their album in 1975. It was great! My younger brother CONFISCATED it and took it as his own, playing it over and over. The song "Bohemian Rhapsody" gained even more popularity in the early 1990's from the movie "Wayne's World". However, it has such stirring music that it is only natural that someone might want to put different lyrics to them. I think I have told you before that the music was used for a Christmas play with puppets and it was called "Bethelehemian Rhapsody"! (The parody was written by Mark Bradford and he has written others also!) Wouldn't it be nice, I thought, if this same song was used with different images, rather than puppets? I was pleased to find a video that WAS put together doing just that, using parts from Biblical movies! I was pleased to see that at the end of it, my old friend, Frank Logue is the one who put that video together!
Now, Frank Logue does not know me, I am sure, but he had the very first blog that I ever read! Frank Logue is a very interesting person. He was the Episcopal priest in Kingsland, Georgia but is now an assistant to the Bishop in Savannah, Georgia. (He has a blog called The Loose Canon...just because you are a priest or a canon does not mean you can't be funny too!) Also, Frank and his wife Victoria have both written books about hiking on the Appalachian Trail, along with other travel books. I told you he was interesting!
And just in case you can't make out the lyrics, I have another video of the one with puppets WITH the lyrics for you!
I am sure that everyone will have Halloween things on their blogs today but after all, tomorrow is All Saint's Day! And Christmas is around the corner! Good day to you all! Don't eat all the chocolate, save some for me! You can keep the Reese's, I like MILKY WAYS (they are MARS bars in England!)