August 18, 2019
Central Kansas and across the world!
Thank you for joining us this 18th day of the 8th month of
the year 2019—the hot month of August.
Welcome to “Message at the Top” on today’s best music, Mix 103. Get set for the top 10 songs of our area
right now as determined by the research from your requests, as well as our own
research by Mediabase 24-7 for the reporting date of today, and get ready for
some pretty good songs of the past as well.
Some of our songs this morning include the music of artists like Christina
Perri, the Jonas Brothers and Demi Lovato among many others. Our motto as always is to enjoy the music AND
listen to the message so that the message can help you live a little bit
better. I am Fr. Mike Scully, and you
have your dial set to Mix 103, number one in Central Kansas.
Lovato will be 27 years old on Tuesday of this week, and I thought it would be
good to listen to all of her top 10 songs—there are 6 of them, and let’s use
her song “Give Your Heart a Break” to lead today. A line in her song brings up this story. The man felt his life was not satisfying at
all. In fact, that person was thinking
about it when there was a sudden slowdown of traffic on Interstate 80. He had swerved at the last moment, catching
the fender of the car in front of him, turning his car around and ending up
facing the wrong way in congested traffic.
They managed to get the cars to the side, the police were there, and
then a priest, showed up. He was driving
by on his way to a hospital near there, and he had stopped to see if he could
help. / The man who had the accident did not want to see that person dressed in
black. He realized later that it was
because of what it did to his conscience.
The man had been raised a Catholic, but had grown to disregard religion
because in his mind, the Church did not help with life at all, in his
words. He had left the Church because he
was close to despair and he felt the Church was too old in its thinking to help
him. / The sight of the priest brought it all to his mind. It began some serious thought and he realized
that he had not even talked to anyone in the Church, and had just made a
judgment without thinking about it.
Ultimately, he had found out where the priest was, talked to him and finally learned that there
were some answers to life, and that the Church and a relationship with God
could help him.
Well, the lady in Demi Lovato’s song
here is pursuing a love relationship that she wants to begin again, and uses
the line, “there’s just one life to live.”
She sings “The day I first met you, you told me you’d never fall in
love, but now that I get you, I know fear is what it really was. Now here we are so close yet so far. Don’t wanna break your heart, wanna give your
heart a break. I know you’re scared it’s
wrong, like you might make a mistake.
There’s just one life to live and there’s no time to wait, to
waste. The world is ours if we want
it. We can take it if you just take my
hand. Try to understand.” So, the lady in the song is pursuing a love
relationship--again, and as she does it, she realizes that this is the only
life she has.
So let’s use that theme of “The One
Life We Have” this morning, and beginning us off, this is Demetria Devonne
“Demi” Lovato and a song about wanting another to love the lady in the song
from her album “Unbroken,” from the year 2012 and her song “Give Your Heart a
Break” and happy birthday to her on MATT.
YOUR HEART A BREAK / Demi Lovato
ATTACK / Demi Lovato
The One Life We Have
We are in the middle of a Demi
Lovato six-play as we celebrate her birthday Tuesday. That last one was her song "Heart Attack" from 2012 on MATT. It is a love song
with high emotions,
both in sound
and in the words
of the music. She sings
the thoughts of a lady
in the relationship: "You
make me wanna act like
a girl, paint
my nails and wear high
heels. Yes, you make
me SO nervous, and I just can't
hold your hand. You make
me glow, but I cover
up, won't let it show, so I'm putting
my defenses up 'cause I don't wanna
fall in love. If I ever did that,
I think I'd have a heart attack." The lady knows the emotions
of love will hurt her, and she's not ready to feel that pain yet.
Interesting thought and in terms of our theme,
the one life we have will be affected quite a bit by a lasting love
relationship, and therefore we should prepare for it a lot.
Let’s go to the third song from Demi
Lovato. This one a song of seeking pleasure, especially physical pleasure,
it would seem. “Tell me what you want,”
she sings, “What you like. It's
okay. I'm a little curious too. Tell me if it's wrong, if it's right. I don't care.
I can keep a secret. Can
you? Got my mind on your body, and your
body on my mind. Don't tell your
mother. We're cool for the summer. Don't be scared ‘cause I'm your body type;
we’re cool for the summer.” The lady in
the song is pretty much interested only in the pleasure of the moment, and she
should be more interested in what will happen in the future. The sooner we learn that, the better we will
live the one life that we have, our theme today. From her album “Confident,” this is Demi
Lovato, and her song “Cool for the Summer” from 2015 on MATT.
FOR THE SUMMER / Demi Lovato
NOT SORRY / Demi Lovato
NEON LIGHTS / Demi Lovato
5 of our initial 6 songs from Demi Lovato, that one, from her album “Demi,” and
the song “Neon Lights” from 2013 -on MATT.
The song is a statement of the lady in a relationship about her
relationship with a friend, and her relationship is full of strong
emotions. “Be still, my heart,” she
sings, “cause it’s freaking out right now, shining like stars ‘cause we’re
beautiful. You’re all I see in all these
places, you’re all I see in all these faces.
So let’s pretend we’re running out of time. You’ll be coming home with me tonight and
we’ll be burning up like neon lights.”
The lady has a good feeling about their relationship and that idea of
feeling good about life is something that we want in the one life we live, our
theme today, but we also have to remember—as I remind us all the time—love is
more than emotions.
that song from her, her again, Demi Lovato, and her song from her album “Tell
Me You Love Me,” “Sorry Not Sorry” from Demi Lovato from last year. It is a song of revenge against a boyfriend
who didn’t treat the lady in the relationship so well. “Now, I’m out here looking like revenge,” the
lady in the relationship sings, “I know how bad it must hurt to see me like
this. Now you’re out here looking like
regret, second chance you’ll never get.
You’re messing with a savage, and it’d be nice of me to take it easy on
you, but nah—Baby, I’m sorry (I’m not sorry).
Talk that talk, better walk that walk.”
So apparently the man in the relationship had said some things that he
did not follow through on. In terms of
our theme today, the one life that we have should be spent without
vindictiveness, that is without revenge and hateful feelings.
Our theme song this week is a former
top 10 song from birthday person Demi Lovato and her song “Give Your Heart a
Break.” I’m Fr. Mike inviting you to
stay with us. Let me take you to break
with a thought about dreams from an author by the name of David
Hodges, songwriter who once worked with the group Evanescence: “A dream isn’t something that you awake
from, but something that wakes you up.” And
when you truly wake up, you are living a pretty good life. Your dial is set for Mix 103 and you are listening to
“Message at the Top”.
You are in tune with “Message at the Top”, your top 10 show on today’s
best music, Mix 103. Thank you for
joining us this morning. We welcome you
back to the songs that have been the most popular in this area during this past
week. We take the top 10 and study their
messages, and then call our show MATT. I
am your host Fr. Mike. It’s great to
have you here. We began our show with a
theme and title setting song from a song from Demi Lovato, and we are calling
our show “The One Life You Have.”
began our show with 5 top 10 songs from Demi Lovato. She has had one more go to the top 10. It is up for us next, but first a little bit
about Demi. She is an American singer,
songwriter, and actress who began as a child actress in Barney & Friends,
then into Disney Channel Television. She
has received a considerable number of accolades including an MTV Video Music
Award, 13 Teen Choice Awards, 5 People’s Choice Awards, a Latin American Music
Award and a Grammy Award nomination. In
2013, Billboard ranked her second on its Social 50 Artists of the Year
list. She is politically involved in
many feminist movements. Quite an
accomplished young lady.
Her song here sounds like a really
happy song, but its words do not capture real happiness. It is the story of a would-be romantic
partner who leaves and then rubs it in, then that partner gets what he deserves
and then the lady in the song says that it is okay, and moves on with her
life. “Maybe I should have known that
you would walk out the door,” the lady sings, “said we were done, then met
someone and rubbed it in my face. She
broke your heart, and then she ran away.
But even if the stars and moon collide, I never want you back into my
life. I really don’t care.” Strong words and some vindictiveness shown on
the lady in the song’s part. We said
before that being vindictive is never a way to spend the one life that we have.
Sung with British artist Cher Lloyd,
Demi Lovato and their song “Really Don’t Care” from 2012 on MATT.
(double) REALLY DON’T CARE / Demi Lovato
5 SOMEONE YOU LOVED / Lewis
forged into our top 10 with that song, moving up to number 5 in
our top 10, from Scotland Mr. Lewis Capaldi from his album, “Divinely
Uninspired to a Hellish Extent,” “Someone You Loved” on MATT. The song is a sad one sung after a
breakup. “I'm going under,” he sings the thoughts of
the man in the relationship, “and this time I fear there's no one to save me. This
all or nothing really got a way of driving me crazy. I need somebody to heal, somebody
to know, somebody to have, somebody to hold. I guess I kinda liked the way you
numbed all the pain. Now the day bleeds into nightfall. And you're not here to
get me through it all. I let my guard down and then you pulled the rug. I was
getting kinda used to being someone you loved.”
In terms of our theme today, and we’ll say
this a couple of times during the show, if we really want to live the one life
we have well, we will learn the art of communication.
more top 10 songs for our listening pleasure right now, and we begin with Pink. She is speaking of a love
relationship that she sees as the “only thing that’s good” as she sings. But she’s also talking about the problems of
the world in my opinion. Her refrain is:
“Walk me home in the dead of night. I
can’t be alone with all that’s on my mind.
So say you’ll stay with me tonight ‘cause there is so much wrong going
on outside.” So, the solution for her
mind to her situation is her significant
other; and she needs that person to overcome her loneliness and her despair
about what’s happening in the world. And
the tie into our theme is this. If she
wants to discover how to live well in this one life she has, she will have to
overcome that loneliness some way, but the answer may not be him. Pink right here, from her album “Hurts 2B
song “Walk Me Home” number 5 this week on MATT.
WALK ME HOME / Pink
NEVER REALLY OVER / Katy Perry
SUCKER / Jonas Brothers
Remaining at number 2, former number
1, from their album “Happiness Begins”, the Jonas Brothers, Kevin,
Joe and Nick and
their song “Sucker” on MATT. It is a
song about devotion to another, and what that other does to
the man in the relationship. “We go
together,” they begin their song, “Better than birds of a feather, you and
me. We change the weather: I’m feeling
heat in December when you’re ‘round me.
I’ve been dancing on top of cars and stumbling out of bars. I follow you through the dark, can’t get
enough. You’re the medicine and the
pain, the tattoo inside my brain. It’s
obvious, I’m a sucker for you. Say the
word and I’ll go anywhere blindly. Any
road you take you know that you’ll find me.
I’m a sucker for all the subliminal things.” I’ve said that the word “subliminal” is an
interesting word for the lyrics of a song.
In terms of our theme today, one of the ways to learn to live well the
one life we have is to pay attention to the subliminal things that we all have.
we heard another top 10 from Katy Perry or
Ms. Kathryn Elizabeth Hudson, and her song at number 8, “Never Really
Over”. It is a song about a love
situation that was part of the lady in the song’s life, then she or both of
them decided that it should cease, and it doesn’t. “I’m losing my self-control she begins her
song, “Yeah, you’re starting to trickle back in. I tell myself draw the line and I do, but
once in a while I trip up and I cross the line, and I think of you. Two years and just like that, my head still
takes me back. Thought it was done, but
I guess it’s never really over. Oh, we
were such a mess, but wasn’t it the best?
Just because it’s over doesn’t mean it’s really over.” When it comes to living the one life we have
well, our theme today, if we are thinking we are in love, we had better
discover it before we commit ourselves.
will continue MATT in just a few moments and hear the music in order of
appearance of Shawn Mendes, Christina Perri, Sam Smith, Bruno Mars, Sara
Bareilles, and Panic! At the Disco. Let
me take you to break with this thought.
It comes from Robert Frost: “Half
the world is composed of people who have something to say and can't, and the
other half who have nothing to say and keep on saying it.” A little cynical, but certainly something
that if we learn, and determining which one we are in, we might improve the one
life we have. I’m Fr. Mike, this show is “Message at the Top” your dial is set at to today’s best
music, which is Mix 103 and We’ll
be right back.
are back for “Message at the Top” and
we welcome you back to the top 10 songs of our area as determined by the
research of Mediabase 24-7 and your requests.
We call our show MATT because we take those top 10 songs and analyze
their meanings and messages in the light of how we can live better in this
complicated world. Our motto is very
simply to enjoy the music, and to listen to the message so that the message can
help you in your complicated lives. I am
Fr. Mike, your host for the top 10
show of today’s best music, Mix 103, and we are pursuing a theme from Demi Lovato
from 2012, a song called “Give Your Heart a Break”. The theme that comes from it is the thought
of “The One Life We Have.”
let’s begin another triple play right now with a story about a couple
who really don’t know for sure about each other yet. “I love it when you call me Senorita,” the
lady sings, “I wish I could pretend I don’t need you, but every touch is
true. Oh, I should be running. You keep me coming for you.” The man in the relationship sings, “Sapphire
moonlight, we danced for hours in the sand.”
And she sings, “When you call me Senorita, I wish it wasn’t so hard to
leave you. Locked in the hotel, there’s
some things that never change. You say,
‘We’re just friends.’” And all during
the song, it feels as though things are just not quite right between them. It is acted out in the video with the man
leaving the girl. What captures my
attention is her statement that she should be running, but she hasn’t
discovered it yet. If she is going to
live the one life she has well, she probably should be looking at another
relationship. This is number 9 in our
top 10 from Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello, “Senorita” on MATT.
(triple) 9 SENORITA / Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello
ARMS / Christina
DANCING WITH A STRANGER / Sam Smith f/ Normani
That was Samuel Frederick Smith or
Sam Smith and Fifth Harmony’s Normani Kordei Hamilton or Normani and their song
“Dancing with a Stranger”, number 6 on MATT.
man in the relationship sings: "I
don't wanna be alone tonight. It's pretty clear I'm not over you. Can you light the fire? I need somebody who can take control. Look what you made me do: I'm with somebody
new, I'm dancing with a stranger." And the lady sings, "I wasn't even
going out tonight, but I need to get you off of my mind. I don't wanna be alone
tonight. Look what you made me do: I'm dancing with a stranger." Both are unhappy and
really want to be back together, but you don’t know whether they will or not
because they are blaming each other. One
of the things we must learn in this one life that we have is never to blame
another unless we are certain it is their fault.
Before them, we heard from a lady
whose birthday is tomorrow, Christina Perri—she is 33 years old tomorrow. It is from her album “Lovestrong”, her song,
“Arms” from 2011, a beautiful song, I believe.
She sings the thoughts of a woman in a relationship: “I never thought
that you would be the one to hold my heart, but you came around and you knocked
me off the ground from the start. You
put your arms around me and I’m home. I
can’t decide if I’ll let you save my life or if I’ll drown. I hope that you see right through my
walls. I hope that you catch me ‘cause
I’m already falling. The world is coming
down on me and I can’t find a reason to be loved. I tried my best to never let you in to see
the truth, and I’ve never opened up.” The
lady in the song has not communicated well, and yet she wants the relationship
in the worst way. It comes up again and
again. We absolutely need communication
in order to live well, and it is a major way to make the one life we have a
happy one, our theme today.
Yet another triple play will grace our airwaves right
now. We’ll begin it with a song of total
love to someone who has come into the life of the man in the song, and it has
changed him to be a better person. "Never had much faith in love or
miracles," he sings, "Never wanna put my heart on the line, but
swimming in your water is something spiritual: I'm born again. 'Cause you take
me to paradise, yeah, you take me to paradise and it shows 'cause you make me
feel like I've been locked out of heaven for too long." The song is controversial
in religious circles because he describes his love encounter in terms of a
spiritual encounter with God, and the use of the word "sex". In these songs physical love often is
presented as a proof of love, but in reality, physical love is only part of love,
and in fact, one of the lesser important parts of it. My opinion, of course, and in terms of our
theme, and I have said this before, if we want to make our love life to be the
best love life there is, we will make the physical part of love be something of
lesser importance than say communicating with each other. MATT presenting Mr. Peter Gene Hernandez
better known as Bruno Mars and his song "Locked out of Heaven" from
his album "Unorthodox Jukebox" from 2012 on MATT.
(triple) LOCKED OUT OF HEAVEN / Bruno Mars
LOVE SONG / Sara Bareilles
3 HEY LOOK MA, I MADE IT /
Panic! At the Disco
MATT presenting Panic! At The Disco and their number 3
song as we speak this morning, from their album “Pray for the Wicked”, “Hey
Look Ma, I Made It”. It is a good song
about a person who wanted to go to the top, he did, and now he finds that he is
not satisfied. “All my life been
hustling and tonight is my appraisal ‘cause I’m a hooker selling songs and my
pimp’s a record label. This world is
full of demons, stocks, and bonds, and bible traders, so I do the deed, get up
and leave, a climber and a sadist. Are
you ready for the sequel, ain’t ready for the latest? In the garden of evil, I’m gonna be the
greatest in a golden cathedral. I’m be
praying for the faithless. Hey look Ma,
I made it, everything’s coming up aces, and if it’s a dream, don’t wake me.” And the result: some like it, many
don’t. He made it, it seems, but doesn’t
feel good about it because he has met evil up front and personal. The one life we have, our theme today, will
be surrounded by some bad things even if we have lots of good things.
Before them, we heard from 2007 and
Sara Bareilles from her album
“Little Voice”, and her song “Love Song”.
She sings of a man in the
relationship who wants her to write a love song for them, but she’s not so sure
that the love relationship is what it should be. “You made room for me,” she sings, “but it’s
too soon to see if I’m happy in your hands.
I learned the hard way that they all say things you want to hear, and my
heavy heart sinks deep down under you and your twisted words. You are not what I thought you were.” And so she says, “I’m not gonna write you a
love song if your heart is nowhere in it.”
She’s correct with her thinking, I believe—one has to really mean that
you love someone if you say it, and apparently the man in the relationship—in
her mind, anyway—didn’t mean it yet. This
is the one life we have, our theme today, and we have to be as certain as we
can be about major moments in that life.
Ah, the insights of rock music. You’ll hear them on this show, to be
sure—what great thoughts they lead us to.
“The One Life We Have” is our theme today, that thought coming from
birthday person on Tuesday Ms. Demi Lovato and her song “Give Your Heart a
Break”. Our next set of music and
message will explore our theme with Adam Lambert and also the number 1 song in
our land. May I take you to break with
this thought from Seneca, a statement over 2000 years old and still just as
valid today: “Wherever there is a human
being, there is an opportunity for a kindness.” Being
kind is always a way to feel better about ourselves, and to improve the one
life we have. You bet. I’m Fr. Mike, listen to these words of
wisdom, and then I hope you come back for more.
Every song has a message, and with a
little bit of thought, most of the messages will give us something good to
think about. Good morning, everyone, what’s
left of it. This is “Message at the Top”, on Mix 103. Thank you for joining us this morning. I am Fr. Mike, and our show gives you the top
10 songs of our area, as well as some top 10’s of the past. We invite you to enjoy the music AND listen
to the message so that your lives can be a little bit better than they are
now. The topic of our show today concerns
some ideas for the one life we have.
Yet another triple play as we move
into our final segment right now, we begin it with Mr. Jason Mraz and Ms.
Colbie Caillat. Their song is a love song, a song of a couple who seem
to be very committed to one another, and about to live their life of marriage
together: “Do you hear me,” the man in the relationship begins the song, “I’m
talking to you across the water across the deep blue ocean under the open
sky?” And the lady answers, “Boy, I hear
you in my dreams, I feel your whisper across the sea, I keep you with me in my
heart: you make it easier when life gets hard.”
And they both sing: “I’m lucky I’m in love with my best friend, lucky to
have been where I have been, lucky to be coming home again.” They are best friends, and in love, and
therefore they feel very alive, and they feel great about the one life they
have, our theme today. MATT
presents Colbie Caillat and Jason Mraz
from Jason Mraz’s album “We Sing, We Dance, We Steal Things”, and their song,
“Lucky” from 2008 on MATT.
(triple) LUCKY / Jason Mraz f/ Colbie Caillat
WANT FROM ME / Adam Lambert
IF I CAN’T HAVE YOU / Shawn Mendes
presenting Mr. Shawn Mendes again, “If I Can’t Have You” at number 4 from his
album “Shawn Mendes”. It is a song of real devotion to
another but it seems to even go further than that. It is almost like the person in the song
cannot even exist without the other. “I can't
write one song that's not about you. Can't
drink without thinking about you. Is it
too late to tell you that everything means nothing if I can't have you? Oh, I'm
good at keeping my distance. I know, /
that you're the feeling I'm missing. You
know that I hate to admit it, but everything means nothing if I can't have you.” The man in the relationship has very strong
feelings about the other. And because
feelings are so fickle, in order for him to have the one life he has and live
it to the fullest, our theme today, he must discover that.
Before him, we heard from Mr. Adam
Lambert from his album “For Your Entertainment”, and his song “Whataya Want From Me”, the number 2 song of meaning from
2010. He sings:
“There might have been a time I would give myself away, but now here we
are. So whataya want from me. Just don’t give up: I’m workin’ it out. Please don’t give in, I won’t let you
down. It’s plain to see that you’re
beautiful and it’s nothing wrong with you.
It’s me. But thanks for lovin’ me
‘cause you’re doing it perfectly.” So,
the man in the relationship admits that the problem in the relationship is him,
and he really doesn’t want his significant other to give up. He has to make some changes, and he is saying
it to the other. He is asking his friend
what he wants from him, and at the same time, he is recognizing that he is not
giving what the other wants. Honest
sincere talk is what the topic of the song is, and something we should all
strive for. And if we do, the one life
we have, our theme today, will be a good one.
double play now beginning with a song from a number of years ago, 1989 to be
exact, satisfying my 1980’s desires. It
is one very interesting song as she sings about her addiction, as she calls
it. That addiction is nothing less than
using others in order to feel good, and her comment: “Bit by bit torn apart, we
never win, but the battle wages on for toy soldiers. Only emptiness remains.” That’s what happens when one is in the habit
of using others, no matter what “use” you are talking about—and here she is
using her love. As we speak of the one
life we have, we will not enjoy it if we spend the time using others. This is Marta Marrero better known as Martika, “Toy
Soldiers” on MATT.
SOLDIERS / Martika
10 TALK / Khalid
Coming back into our top 10 from his album “Free Spirit” and his song, “Talk” on
MATT. It is the latest from Khalid Donnel
Robinson. I really like the song since I believe every relationship must be based
on good communication. The situation is
that the lady sort of pulled away from the relationship, and his response is
let’s talk about it—exactly what should happen.
“Can’t we just talk,” the man in the relationship sings, “Talk about
where we’re going? Lend me your
thoughts, can’t get what we want without knowin’. Started off right, I can see it in your eyes,
I can tell you’re wanting more. What’s
on your mind? There’s no reason we
should hide, tell me somethin’ I ain’t heard before.” The point is that she pulled away for some
reason and they have to discover it. The
only way is direct communication. That
which comes up so often—the way to live the one life we have well is to learn
to communicate well.
And the number 1 song for four weeks in a row
is from two superstars, Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber and their song “I Don’t
Care”. It is the story in song of the
man in the relationship not being real happy with the situation he is in except for the fact that his significant
other is there. “I’m at a party I don’t
wanna be at. Don’t think I want to be at
this party, I always feel like I’m nobody, who wants to fit in anyway ‘cause I
don’t care when I’m with my baby, all the bad things disappear. And you’re making me feel like maybe I am
somebody. I can deal with the bad nights
when I’m with my baby.” The other is
really important to this relationship, perhaps too important. Our theme today is that we want to live well
this one life that we have, and we will if we learn to be dependent and
independent, and to know when to be them.
we have spoken of that theme—the one life we have. My prayer for you and for me is that we will
always search for the very best way to live this one life we have. If you would like to communicate with me, my
e-mail address is: firstname.lastname@example.org. The address at the radio station: KJLS-FM, Hays,
67601. My website is www.frmikescully.com where you will find a transcript of the show and
some meditations on these songs and some great movies. I just put on the website “Creed 2,” great
inspirational movie. We are on the web
also every Sunday morning at 10 am Central time at www.hayspost.com and then clicking on Mix
103. Thank you for being with us
today. My thanks to the producers of our
show and to our sponsors, especially Thomas More Prep-Marian Junior
and Senior High School in Hays, Hays Car and Truck Alignment, and Holy Family
Elementary School in Hays. Happy school
to all of you. My closing thought for
you comes from one of our great Presidents, Mr. John F. Kennedy. Listen closely because of the wisdom that is
hidden in it: “Too
often we enjoy the comfort of an opinion / without the discomfort of thought.” Sometimes we don’t
reason too well when we are too opinionated about something, and our life
suffers as a result. As you listen to
the number 1 song in our land from Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber and the song “I
Don’t Care”, may I remind you that you are listening to today’s best music on
Mix 103. Hold a good thought. My name is Fr.
Mike Scully. Peace to you, and be good!
1 I DON’T CARE / Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber