Some All Saints fun

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  1. A Random Friar says:

    I knew Animaniacs would inspire some to greatness someday!

  2. Dan Soderlund says:

    Outstanding! I was grinning ear to ear as I listened to the Saint Song. I hope our Pastor, Fr. Haugan learns it quickly, as he is a whiz at reciting this type of stuff…

  3. Future Priest says:

    “I knew Animaniacs would inspire some to greatness someday!”

    As one who has learned Yakko’s World (I’ve even added new lyrics for the nations that have since emerged) and is currently learning Wakko’s America, this song is certainly in the Animaniacs “tradition”. I love that show.

    Future Priest

  4. wolskerj says:

    Animaniacs?! Try Gilbert & Sullivan, circa 1879.
    Nice to see some younger Catholics here, though!

  5. Derik says:

    I’ll put it in my ipod

  6. John Enright says:

    It might well be a modern composition, but I think the subject is serious. It is like a new litany dedicated to the Saints. The fact that it is upbeat and energetic is a plus. Even in a Church now 2000 years old, there is still room for new music. I just don’t want to see it at Mass!

  7. Kristen says:

    I love how he used “I am the very model of a Modern Major General”!

  8. Nick says:

    Excellent song. I love how it uses the tune from Pirates of Penezus. Thanks for sharing again.

  9. A Random Friar says:

    wolskerj: Next thing you’ll tell me is that somebody else invented Elmer Fudd’s “Kill the Wabbit!” song from Looney Tunes’ “What’s Opera, Doc.” ;)

  10. RC2 says:

    The provenance is Gilbert & Sullivan, by way of Tom Lehrer\’s Elements Song:

  11. Tina in Ashburn says:

    haha! Thanks for posting that Father. That got a grin outta me!

  12. George says:

    Awesome. You should see how it is like the song “The Elemants

  13. George says:

    sorry “The Elements”

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