Praying so softly with His Psalm [trollville]

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Praying so softly with His Psalm [trollville]

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8_YOWlTNcjk

Soothing my pain with His verses - Saving my life with His Words
Praying so softly with His Psalm, Praying so softly, with His Psalm
Telling my whole life with His Words, Praying so softly - with His Psalm

I heard He sang a good Psalm - I heard He had a style
And so I came to see him and listen for a while
And there he was this young man - A stranger to my eyes

Soothing my pain with His verses - Saving my life with His Words
Praying so softly with His Psalm, Praying so softly, with His Psalm
Telling my whole life with His Words, Praying so softly - with His Psalm

I felt all flushed with fever - embarrassed by the crowd
I felt he found my spirit and prayed to it out loud
I prayed that He would finish - But He just kept right on

Soothing my pain with His verses - Saving my life with His Words
Praying so softly with His Psalm, Praying so softly, with His Psalm
Telling my whole life with His Words, Praying so softly - with His Psalm

He prayed as if he knew me - in all my dark despair
And then he looked right through me, as if I wasn't there
And he just kept on praying - praying clear and strong

Soothing my pain with His verses - Saving my life with His Words
Praying so softly with His Psalm, Praying so softly, with His Psalm
Telling my whole life with His Words, Praying so softly - with His Psalm

Alleluia – Alleluia – Alleluia – Alleluia

Soothing my pain with His verses - Saving my life with His Words
Praying so softly with His Psalm, Praying so softly, with His Psalm
Telling my whole life with His Words, Praying so softly - with His Psalm

He was soothing my pain
Yeah he was saving my life
Praying so softly with His Psalm
Praying so softly with His Psalm
Telling my whole life with His Words
Praying so softly – with His Psalm

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umm do you actually have

umm do you actually have anything to debate about or are you just wasting time and trolling?


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     Rather  then  risk an illegal copywrite hassle with youtube etc.  can we just erase stephen1969's  nonsense and then see if he has anything to say.

 

"Very funny Scotty; now beam down our clothes."

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Stephen, you still are

Stephen, you still are violating copyright laws.  If you keep it up, sooner or later, someone who owns one of those songs is going to come after you.  Then you will be subject to legal penalties of hundreds of thousands of dollars.

 

You are committing theft in what you are doing.

 

You are also a troll who appears to have no actual thing to say to us.

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So the words

from the Holy Spirit do not speak to you?


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In this context, the correct

In this context, the correct question to ask is if the words of Norman Gimbel and Charles Fox speak to me.  They are the people who wrote that song.  The holy spirit had nothing to do with it dude.  Nor did you have anything to do with it either.  Thus, you cannot make a copyright claim that is not fraudulent.

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So I decided to beat my head

So I decided to beat my head against the wall and went to Stephen's craptacular Youtube channel and listened to him murder perfectly acceptable songs by the likes of Elvis and John Mellencamp with his MIDI keyboard, mangled lyrics and terrible singing.  The guy is such a thin-skinned pile of crap that he moderates all comments and can't handle constructive criticism, like the suggestion that if he goes and plays in traffic, he might get hit by a car, which sends him to Heaven and allows him to stop polluting the music supply for mere regular (re:  unsaved/rational) people such as myself.

 

Your music sucks, Stephen.  Even if I were a Christian, I'd be embarrassed to know you.

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Well this guy is just too

Well this guy is just too annoying. I'm considering unleashing the might of the internets upon him. But for now, I'll just report all his vids, without watching any. Youtube won't even care if they are theft or not. Btw, why is it always theists who do this shit? Seriously, they're the only ones dumb enough to think it's ok to steal intellectual material to the point of advertising the theft. And they suck at it too.

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Vastet wrote: "Btw, why is

Vastet wrote: "Btw, why is it always theists who do this shit? Seriously, they're the only ones dumb enough to think it's ok to steal intellectual material to the point of advertising the theft. And they suck at it too."

 

Me: But of course it's okay, Vastet...saying that you're doing something "for the Lord" justifies absolutely anything.  Or, at least, if there are exceptions...I have no idea what they would be.  This, of course, is perfectly consistent with saying "God did it" whenever they approve of something, and saying "Satan did it" whenever they disapprove.  How can you resist such perfectly logical reasoning?

 

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It's easy, I'm a god. And I can prove my existence. Theists = Owned.

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Vastet wrote:Well this guy

Vastet wrote:
Well this guy is just too annoying. I'm considering unleashing the might of the internets upon him. But for now, I'll just report all his vids, without watching any. Youtube won't even care if they are theft or not. Btw, why is it always theists who do this shit? Seriously, they're the only ones dumb enough to think it's ok to steal intellectual material to the point of advertising the theft. And they suck at it too.

 

It's not stealing. It's called parody.


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        Parody has humor, you do not. It is not stealing it is called violating copywrite. Useing someone else's music to fit your lyrics is a direct violation of their copywrite.

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        Parody has humor, you do not. It is not stealing it is called violating copywrite. Useing someone else's music to fit your lyrics is a direct violation of their copywrite.

A parody (pronounced /ˈpærədiː/; also called send-up or spoof), in contemporary usage, is a work created to mock, comment on, or poke fun at an original work, its subject, or author, or some other target, by means of humorous, satiric or ironic imitation. As the literary theorist Linda Hutcheon (2000: 7) puts it, "parody … is imitation with a critical difference, not always at the expense of the parodied text." Another critic, Simon Dentith (2000: 9), defines parody as "any cultural practice which provides a relatively polemical allusive imitation of another cultural production or practice." Often, the most satisfying element of a good parody is seeing others mistake it for the genuine article.

Parody may be found in art or culture, including literature, music (although "parody" in music has a rather wider meaning than for other art forms), and cinema. Parodies are sometimes colloquially referred to as spoofs or lampoons.

 

My work clearly fits in the above definition.

 


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It does?

It does?

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NO!!!

Thomathy wrote:

It does?

 

 

       Thomathy  it does not,   what'sit'snuts is still useing original music and that alone violates  copywrite.  holieerthenthou  needs to change One(1) key  and one (1) octave in order to qualify for parody.  Just ask George Harrison (My sweet lord) and Mick Jagger (Jumpin' Jack  Flash) who lost court cases based on the exact same point of law.

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stephen1969 wrote:Vastet

stephen1969 wrote:

Vastet wrote:
Well this guy is just too annoying. I'm considering unleashing the might of the internets upon him. But for now, I'll just report all his vids, without watching any. Youtube won't even care if they are theft or not. Btw, why is it always theists who do this shit? Seriously, they're the only ones dumb enough to think it's ok to steal intellectual material to the point of advertising the theft. And they suck at it too.

 

It's not stealing. It's called parody.

It's not parody, it's called stealing.

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