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Message at the Top
February 11, 2018
Brings About Magic in Our World?"
Good morning Central Kansas and
around the world! Thank you for joining us
this second Sunday
of February morning. We continue to
celebrate “cold” in the Heartland—that is, if you can
celebrate “cold”. Welcome to
“Message at the Top.” I am Fr.
Mike Scully and get set for the top
10 songs of our area as determined by the research of Mediabase 24-7,
ready for some top 10 songs from years past as well.
Our motto continues to be to enjoy the
and to listen to the message. During
our show today we will feature the songs of the Grammys awards from a
weeks ago that have been on our top 10 playlist during this past year.
And our segment 10 presentation will give you
the previous three Songs of the Year. I
am Fr. Mike Scully and you have your dial set to Mix 103, the number
station in Central Kansas.
Gene Hernandez better known as Bruno Mars won all kinds of Grammys this
year. Among them was the Record of the
Year from the album of the year, namely “24K Magic,” the
lead song from the
album of the same name. Let’s talk
that idea of magic today.
Magic or sorcery is the use of rituals,
gestures and language with the aim of exploiting supernatural forces. The belief in and practice of magic has been
present since the earliest human cultures and continues to have an
spiritual, religious, and medicinal role in many cultures today.
The belief that one can influence
supernatural powers by
prayer, sacrifice, or invocation dates back to prehistoric religions
and it can
be found in early records such as Egyptian pyramid texts.
Some forms of magic contact with the
world seem to be nearly universal in the early development of human
communities. They appear in various
tribal peoples from Aboriginal Australia to people of New Zealand to
and pagan Europe.
For the most part it is viewed with
suspicion by the scientific community.
But, most of us have thought in terms of
something happening by magic
and it has been a part of our thinking since we were very young.
But I don’t know whether we have
ever thought of it as
dancing. Bruno Mars’ Grammy 2018
of the Year does, to be sure. It
is a party dance song. And it is quite a
dance song and the words seem to suggest having a great time at a party
involves money and wearing the finest clothes—Cuban links,
Inglewood shoes. The man in the song
calls himself a dangerous man with some money in his pocket and pretty
all around him. “It’s 24K
says. It is the thought of having fun
Well, the thought of magic is a
thought of bringing about magic as a description of things that make us
really good almost as if it were some magic that has brought it about. So, let’s call our show the question
Brings about Magic in our World?” So,
begin with that dance song and the magic of feeling good about life
dancing often brings. This is Bruno
Mars, and the 2018 Grammy Record of the Year from his album, the 2018
Album of the Year “24K Magic” on MATT.
24K MAGIC / Bruno Mars
I LIKE / Bruno Mars
had the Record of the Year which is our lead song today and he had a
Song of the Year from the same album of the year “24K
Magic,” and you just
heard it, “That’s What I Like” on MATT.
of the Year goes to the performer, but recipients can include the
singer, producers, engineers and other team members that created the
recording. The Song of the Year, on the
other hand, goes to the songwriter. The
performers sometimes write or co-write their biggest hits, but
songwriter or writers are someone else entirely and you may not
Well, that Song of the Year, that is
“That’s What I Like”
has a message of a man to his girlfriend to come and be with him
is, and they can enjoy their time together.
“Jump in the Cadillac,” he
sings, “Anything you want just to put a smile
on it. You deserve it, baby and I’m
gonna give it to you. Gold jewelry
shining so bright, strawberry champagne on ice, lucky for you,
that’s what I
like.” And he likes a bunch of other
stuff that they can do together as well.
As we think of some things that can
bring about magic in our world,
well, one of them would be to be all for the other in a relationship as
in that song. /
first triple play is up next for us coming out of these fancy computers. It will include the Pop Performance Song of
the Year according to the 2018 Grammys from Ed Sheeran, and the song
surrounded by numbers 10 and 9 right now.
Which means that we begin with number 10
from Pink. It was also nominated for the
Performance in this year’s Grammys. “We
are searchlights,” she begins, “we can
see in the dark; we are billions of beautiful hearts, and you sold us
river too far. What about us? What about all the times
said you had the answers? We are problems that want to be
are children that need to be loved. What about
about trust? What about us?”
It can be viewed as a protest song about
the way that some people are
treated in our world. It could be more
or less a statement to people who are in charge that there are people
neglected, and a statement that everyone is important.
In terms of our theme today, it becomes
magic feeling when we learn to treat everyone as if they are important.
presenting here Alecia
Beth Moore Hart, better known as Pink, from her album “Beautiful
Trauma”, and her
song “What About Us”, former number 1, now at number 10 on
10 WHAT ABOUT US / Pink
SHAPE OF YOU
/ Ed Sheeran
9 LIGHTS DOWN LOW / MAX f/
to MATT’s top 10 this week, Maxwell George Schneider, better
known simply as
MAX, and singing with him Garret Charles Nash better known as gnash,
love song from MAX’s album “Hell’s Kitchen
Angel” and the song at number 9,
“Lights Down Low”. As I say a
but really it sounds more like an infatuation song because the couple
totally committed yet. “Can I stop
flow of time?” they sing, “Can I swim in your divine? ‘Cause I don’t think I’d
ever leave this
place. Turn the lights down low. I’m feeling you breathing slow. ‘Cause, we’re just reckless kids
find an island in the flood.” They
searching for love as they discover their love for each other. And it feels like magic, our theme today, but
they will have to spend some significant time to make it real in my
Before them, as I mentioned the Pop Song
of the Year from
the 2018 Grammys from British artist/songwriter/performer Ed Sheeran,
song “Shape of You”. It is a
dedicated to the idea that love at first sight will work out. The man in the relationship sings that he is
at a bar, and the lady comes in. They
dance, and he sings, “Girl, you know I want your love. Your love was homemade for somebody like
me. Come on now, follow my lead. I may be crazy, don’t mind me. Say, boy, let’s not talk too much. Come on now, follow my lead.
I’m in love with the shape of
you.” So, a beginning love that
quickly to the physical in my opinion, but be that as it may, if we
feel some magic in our lives, our theme today, we don’t want to
with emotion as we try to discover love.
some more good music in our next segment as we look at the theme of
Brings about Magic in our World” and the Grammy winners in our
top 10. Rock music always seems to have an approach
to life about it, and rock songs always contain something to talk about.
Let me take you to break with a thought from Otto Eduard Leopold von
Bismarck, Count of
Bismarck-Schönhausen, Duke of Lauenburg, Prince of Bismarck, a
statesman who died in 1898, who was Minister-President of Prussia, who
for the unification of Germany and served as their first Chancellor and
given the name of “Iron Chancellor”—now that’s
quite an introduction to a simple
quote. Well, as Chancellor, Bismarck
held an important role in German government and greatly influenced
politics during his time of service. His
words: “When you want to fool the world, tell
Maybe a little cynical, but reality, and the
person who tells the truth will bring about true magic in our world.
I’m Fr. Mike Scully, inviting you to keep
your dial right there as we continue shortly on MATT on Mix 103.
continue with the only show of its kind in this area as we celebrate
in the heartland, and specifically February 11, 2018. It is great
to have you with us on the
station that plays the very best in rock music, and the show we have
MATT, the show that takes the top 10 songs of today and yesterday, and
discovers just what their approach to life is, often giving us some
with which we can guide our lives toward the good. Our guiding
thought is to enjoy the music and
listen to the message at the same time.
My name is Fr. Mike Scully, your host, and we began speaking about the
magic we feel in life at certain times. The thought came from the
record of the year
according to the Grammys this year from Bruno Mars, and his song
And we are up to a double play from
the new artist of the year according to the Grammys of 2018, Ms.
Cara. Two songs from her right now, the
first of which is what I am considering the song with the most meaning
recent years. On the video, the song
closes with her personal statement about the song which reads:
“Oftentimes the world both directly and indirectly tells us that
be happy with ourselves if we don’t fit certain beauty standards.
“Scars to Your Beautiful” is a reminder that
beauty isn’t only one look, shape, size or color. It
isn’t even always tangible. It comes in an endless amount
of forms, and
we need to recognize that.” Indeed we
should. And so she sings her refrain: “But there's a hope
that's waiting for you in the dark. You
should know you're beautiful just the way you are.
And you don't have to change a thing;
world could change its heart. No scars
to your beautiful; we're stars and we're beautiful.”
If we can convince ourselves of our own
beauty, knowing that we can indeed make ourselves more beautiful than
we will understand ourselves very well, and it will give us the magic
in our lives, our theme today. This is from
the New Artist of the Year, Alessia Cara’s album
“Know-It-All,” and her excellent song “Scars to Your
Beautiful,” the number 1
song of meaning according to MATT from last year and in recent years on
TO YOUR BEAUTIFUL / Alessia Cara
HERE / Alessia Cara
That was the close of double play from
Alessia Caracciola, better known as Alessia Cara,
the New Artist of the Year according to the 2018 Grammys, from
Ontario, Canada also from her album
“Know-It-All” and her song “Here”, from a
couple years ago on MATT. The song is a song of pain, and almost like
young person it is singing about / is in a state of depression. “I'm sorry if I seem
uninterested,” she sings, “or I'm not listenin' or I'm
indifferent. Truly, I ain't got no
business here. But since my friends are
here, just came to kick it but really I would rather be at home all by
not in this room with people who don't even care about my well-being. I don't dance, don't ask, I don't need a
boyfriend. So you can go back, please
enjoy your party. So tell my friends
that I'll be over here. I ask myself
what am I doing here? And I can't wait
till we can break up outta here.” Tough
situation for the young lady, and she needs some help it sounds like. What brings about magic in our world, our
theme today, is the fact that we have people who will help others.
Let’s listen to another
triple play now from Maroon 5, from Grammy-award winner Ed Sheeran, and
it right here with number 8 right now from Pink again.
It is a song about trying to
find love. She and her friend are
searching for love, and as she tries to achieve it with him, he is
over very rough times, and she compares him to a drug.
“It’s like we burn so bright
we burn out,”
she sings, “I made you chase me. My
love, my drug, we’re messed up, ‘cause we’ve been on
the run so long they can’t
find us. Who’s gonna have to die to
remind us that it feels like we chose this blindly.
These tough times they keep coming. After we were high, it was you, the pill I
keep taking, the nightmare I wake in, there’s nothing but you, my
bottom, my beautiful trauma.” So, as
say, it seems to me to be saying that the man in the relationship is
like a drug that makes her feel tremendously good, but then is let down
the perfect rock bottom. In terms of our
theme today, the magic feeling of love is only going to come when both
feel good about their relationship. MATT
presenting here number 8 this week from Pink, the second song in the
from the album, “Beautiful Trauma”; this is the lead song
from it on MATT.
8 BEAUTIFUL TRAUMA / Pink
THE A TEAM /
WHAT LOVERS DO / Maroon 5 f/ SZA
MATT presents a young
lady rapper by the name of Solana Imani Rowe, better known as SZA, the
Maroon 5 and their song from Maroon 5’s album, “Red Pill
Blues” at number 7
this week, “What Lovers Do” on MATT. It
is a song that speaks of a relationship that should work.
says what lovers have to do is to make up their minds about each other
exactly what must happen obviously.
“Tell me if you love me or not. I
bet the house on you. Am I lucky or
not? Been wishin’ for you. Are we too grown for games?
Are we too grown to play around, young
to chase, but old enough to know better?
I can’t wait forever.
Both of us
should know better.” Apparently,
are playing some games instead of working on their relationship. One of the ways to bring about the magic of
feeling good in life and love is to not play games with love.
Before them, we heard from Grammy winner
Ed Sheeran from his album “+”, and his excellent song
“The A Team” from a
couple of years ago. It is a song about
a girl who has problems, and she won’t get out of them for a
while because she
is choosing not to / or can’t, maybe.
She has problems with drugs and
struggling to make ends meet. The refrain
is: “And they say she’s in the
class A team, stuck in her daydream, been this way since 18, but lately
face seems slowly sinking, wasting, crumbling like pastries. And they scream: the worst things in life
come free to us ‘cause we’re just under the upper hand and
go mad for a couple
of grams, and she don’t want to go outside tonight, and in a pipe
she flies to
the Motherland or sells love to another man.
It’s too cold outside for angels
to fly.” And that thought of being
too cold outside
for angels says to me that it is a hopeless life for her.
The lady he is singing about is
drugs and committed to a life of prostitution.
Thinking of our theme today, if such a
person could be helped, it would
be magic for her.
continue to look at the top 10 of this week, and some more Grammy songs
were part of the Grammy awards a couple weeks ago. Let me take
you to break with a quote that
someone gave me, and therefore I have to say it is anonymous: “The
really happy person is one who can enjoy the scenery when on a
Now, think about
that. There are a lot of detours in
relationships, and to be happy with all of them is quite a chore, but
detours can teach us an awful lot, and the more we learn from the
the more our lives will seem like magic.
am Fr. Mike Scully, this
show is “Message at
the Top”, this
radio station is Mix 103,
be right back.
We are back for “Message at the
Top” and we welcome you
back to the top 10 songs of our area as determined by our research at
24-7. We call our show MATT because we
take those top 10 songs and analyze their meanings in the light of how
live better in this complicated world. I
am Fr. Mike Scully, your host for the
top 10 show of Mix 103. Our theme this
morning is “What Brings about Magic in our World” that
theme having come from
the Record of the Year according to the people of the Grammys from
and his song, “24K Magic.”
And immediately we will go to another
beginning with our theme next week from Charlie Puth.
It is the song of the man in the
made a mistake, and his girlfriend wants to know whether it is the end
relationship or not. “She said,
tell me honestly. Was it real or just
for show?’ She said, ‘Save
apologies, I just gotta know. How long
has this been going on?’” The
that it is his fault, and she is just about to leave if it is a real
problem. Exactly what she should do, I
believe. The way to feel the magic in
love and life, our theme today, is to take the necessary time to see
the love is real or not. / Included in the triple are Kendrick Lamar
who won a number of Grammys this year as he sings with Maroon 5 and
also from Grammy
2018 winner Portugal.The Man, but MATT presenting here Charlie Puth
future album “Voicenotes,” and his song “How
Long”, number 6 this week on
6 HOW LONG /
KNOW / Maroon 5 f/ Kendrick Lamar
FEEL IT STILL / Portugal.The Man
The song that won the Pop Duo/Group
Performance of the year at this year’s Grammys,MATT presenting a
former number 1, number 5 this week from the group Portugal.The Man and
their song “Feel It Still”. “Can’t
keep my hands to myself,” they sing,
“think I’ll dust ‘em off, put ‘em back up on
the shelf in case my little baby
girl is in need. Am I coming out of left
field? I’m a rebel just for kicks,
been feeling it since 1966, now might be over now, but I feel it still. Let me kick it like it’s 1986, now might
over now, but I feel it still. Is it
coming?” It seems to be a song in
the person is remembering what it was like before and what was
over, but he would like the feeling again.
In terms of our theme today, if we want
to feel the magic of our world,
we will learn from the past both the good things and bad things, and
them as we live right now.
Before them, we heard from Maroon 5
again and featuring
Kendrick Lamar Duckworth better known simply as Kendrick Lamar who won
kinds of awards in the rap category of the 2018 Grammys.
The name of that song was
“Don’t Wanna Know”
from last year. It is a song of
pretending that what is happening really isn’t happening, / and
that is a
disaster in a love relationship. “I
don’t wanna know,” they sing, “who’s taking you
home and loving you so the way
I used to love you.” He’s
time drinking which does not solve the problem, of course and
whether she is thinking of him and whether she’s happy. But he continues to say that he doesn’t
to know. So, he is into denial, and it
only causes more pain. What would be
magic for him, our theme today, is to have him realize exactly what he
in the present so that his future will be better than the present. Quite a video to the song as well.
enjoy yet another triple play right now from Grammy award winners Ed
Bruno Mars and then number 4 on our countdown right now. First to
a song from Ed Sheeran. It is
a beautiful love song extolling the essence of love, I believe. “Loving can hurt,” he
sings. “Loving can hurt sometimes,
it's the only thing that I know. When it
gets hard, you know it can get hard sometimes.
It is the only thing that makes us feel
alive. We keep this love in a photograph. We made these memories for ourselves, where
our eyes are never closing, hearts are never broken, times forever
frozen still. So you can keep me inside
the pocket of your
ripped jeans, holdin' me closer ‘til our eyes meet.” Beautiful statement of love to another, and
one of the things that will lead to magic from the song, our theme
today, is to
try to keep the love that we once showed to be always real. This is from his award winning
album “X”, Ed Sheeran, and his song
“Photograph” on MATT.
PHOTOGRAPH / Ed Sheeran
UPTOWN FUNK / Mark Ronson
f/ Bruno Mars
4 BAD AT LOVE / Halsey
MATT presenting what we call a negative
song, “Bad at Love” from her
album “Hopeless Fountain Kingdom” from Ashley Nicolette
Frangipane better known
as Halsey. It is a statement of fact
from the girl’s point of view in a love relationship, and
therefore it is a
true difficulty because in the process of love, she says that she is
love”. She seems to be in the
loving, mentioning the young men and where they are from, and saying
that we’re meant to be, but I’m bad at love.”
Actually she is just having a good time,
and doesn’t want to settle
down, even though she tells the men that she will settle down. Bad situation, to be sure.
Thinking of the song with our theme
must discover relatively early what being bad at love means, and then
in the future in order to bring about true magic in our lives.
her, we heard the Record of the Year according to the 2016 Grammys and
number 1 song in popularity of 2015 from Mark Ronson and featuring
who almost owned the Grammys this year.
Mark Ronson is a 40 year old British
producer and the song is from Mark Ronson’s album “Uptown
Special”. It is a great dance song
and a great dance
video. The words of the song suggest
dancing, of course. “Come on,
sings, “jump on it; if you’re sexy, flaunt it; if
you’re freaky then own
it. Don’t brag about it, come show
me. Don’t believe me, just
watch.” But I find a little more
meaning in the
song. In words spoken to someone who is
only observing the dancing, they sing
in effect: don't just believe or brag about something, do it! The man basically tells others that they do
not have to believe that he can dance, but that they should watch him
do it. That means that we have to put
our beliefs into action. And if we manage
to put our beliefs into action and they are good beliefs, it will bring
to our world, our theme today.
have played our way to another break this second Sunday of February
morning, 2018. It’s great to have you
with us this morning, and I hope you stay around for our final segment
will feature three recent songs of the year according to the Grammys.
A thought to close out this segment: it comes
from author Sam Keen: “We come to love not by
finding a perfect person / but by learning to see an imperfect person
Great statement, and really the way
look at our world with hope in the present and future—looking at
perfectly. It will bring about true
magic in a relationship. There is more
good thought in front of you—stay with us here on MATT on Mix 103.
morning to all of you, and welcome back to MATT, your top 10 show on
Mix 103, a
show that gives you the top 10 songs of the day in our area, but we
into the top 10’s from the past, and with all of our songs, we
not only play
the music, but we give you their messages, often finding that the
rock music can help us live better lives in this complicated world that
part of. We always say that we should enjoy
the music and listen to the message. In
fact, there are some pretty great messages in front of you as we work
previous three years of the Songs of the Year on the Grammys during
segment 10 presentation.
from last year the song and record of the year was from from Adele.
It is a song of apology for hurting someone romantically.
“Hello, it's me,” she sings,
“I was wondering
if after all these years you'd like to meet, to go over everything. They say that time's supposed to heal ya, but
I ain't done much healing. Hello, can
you hear me? I'm in California dreaming
about who we used to be when we were younger and free.
I've forgotten how it felt before the
fell at our feet. There's such a
difference between us and a million miles.
Hello from the other side.
must've called a thousand times to tell you I'm sorry for everything
done. But when I call / you never seem
to be home. Hello from the outside. At least I can say that I've tried to tell
you I'm sorry for breaking your heart. But
it don't matter, it clearly doesn't tear you apart anymore.” In terms of our theme, one of the things that
will bring about magic in a relationship are words of apology if they
necessary. This is last year’s Song of the Year and a
bunch of other awards from the Grammys 2017, and her song
“Hello” from her
album “25” on MATT.
HELLO / Adele
THINKING OUT LOUD / Ed
STAY WITH ME / Sam Smith
From the Grammys 2015,
the song and record of the year that year, and a bunch of other awards
from Sam Smith’s album “In the Lonely Hour,” and his
song “Stay With Me” on
MATT. It is a beautiful / sad song. The man in the relationship has made a
and now she has left, and he is begging her to stay.
“Guess it’s true, I’m
not good at a one-night
stand. These nights never seem to go to
plan. I don’t want you to leave,
you hold my hand? Won’t you stay
me? ‘Cause you’re all I need. This ain’t love, it’s clear to
see, but, stay
with me.” Interesting—he
admits that it
is not love, and all he wants is someone to stay with him so that he
hurt, as he sings later in the song. It
is the situation of someone begging another, and generally speaking,
not a good thing in a relationship, and in general the only way to
magic into that relationship is for the man to stop begging, and find a
relationship that will work.
him, we heard The Song of the Year from 2016 according to the Grammys
Sheeran and his song “Thinking Out Loud” from his album
“X”. It speaks of a solid commitment between
lovers. That is a common enough sentiment
of the songs that we listen to, of course, but he adds a characteristic
extremely important for any romantic commitment, and also for any other
commitment. The nuance that he adds is
that not only has the commitment occurred at one
particular time, but he says that he will "fall in love every single
day." There is no time limit when
it comes to love. If we love someone, we
will love them "right where they are," that is, every moment, every
day. "When your legs
don’t work like they used to before,” he sings, “and
I can’t sweep you off of your feet, I fall in love with you every
and I just wanna tell you I am. I’m
thinking out loud that we found love right where we are.” A great love commitment song, and one of the
ways to bring about what seems like magic in a relationship, our theme
is to make a commitment and stick to it.
And we now proceed to
the top 3 songs of February 11, 2018, and at number 3 is the group
Dragons. It is a song that says to all of
“never give up on your dreams,” which is part of the words
of the song. The person in the song sets
the stage of not
being just another person: “I was dreaming of bigger things, not
a follower, I
was lightning before the thunder.” Other
kids were making fun of him, but now he sings, “I’m smiling
from the stage
while you were clapping in the nosebleeds.
Never give up on your dreams.” It
is a great leadership song—follow your dreams, be what you can be. It will make everything feel like magic, our
theme today. MATT
presenting here Imagine Dragons, their album “Evolve” and
“Thunder”. It was nominated
for the best
pop duo/group performance at this year’s Grammys, at number 3
3 THUNDER / Imagine Dragons
2 HAVANA / Camila Cabello
Moving right up our chart, MATT
presenting there 20 year old Cuban singer Karla Camilo Cabello
Estrabao, better known as Camila Cabello featuring Jeffrey Lamar
better known as Young Thug, and their song “Havana”, number
2 this week on
MATT. It is the story of a young man who
took his girlfriend
from Havana and they went to East Atlanta, and she did not like it at
she wants to go back. “Half of my
is in Havana,” she sings, “he took me back to East Atlanta,
but my heart is in
Havana.” They had a good time together, it seems, but in her mind
it is over,
and she wants to go back to her home. In
terms of our theme, compromise is absolutely necessary for a couple,
concerning where you want to live, and that will bring about magic in
And the number 1 song for four weeks in
a row from his
album which is a division sign, Mr. Ed Sheeran and his song
“Perfect”. The song is a
beautiful love song both in
sound and in word. “I found a love
me,” he begins the song, “just dive right in and follow my
lead. I found a girl, beautiful and sweet,
knew you were the someone waiting for me ‘cause we were just kids
when we fell
in love, not knowing what it was. I will
not give you up this time, your heart is all I own and in your eyes
holding mine. When you said you looked a
mess, I whispered underneath my breath, but you heard it, you look
tonight.” Listening to the song, it
seems as though the man in the relationship has discovered the magic in
life with his girlfriend.
Our theme today has been that thought of what
brings magic to our world. The
thought came from the Record of the year according to the 2018 Grammys,
Mars’ song “24K Magic.” My prayer for
you and me is that we will find the magic in our world by making some
choices and trying to live with them. My
thanks to the producers of “Message at the Top,” to the
staff here at Mix 103,
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feel free to write me here at KJLS-FM, Hays, KS 67601 or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. My website is www.frmikescully.com
where you will find a transcript of the show and some great meditations
these songs and some good movies.
Remember that you can join us on the web by choosing www.hayspost.com
every Sunday morning at 10 Central Time and clicking on Mix 103.
A thought to lead us out comes from my
favorite author, Mr. Mark Twain: “The
reason we hold truth in
such respect is because we have so little opportunity to get familiar
Whoa, cynical as always, but a truth—pun
intended—that we should learn, and if we remember it, we will
magic in our lives. Right now, the
number 1 song in our land from Ed Sheeran again and his song
“Perfect”. And, as
you listen, may I remind you that you are listening to today’s
music Mix 103, and our advice to you is to hold a good thought.
My name is Fr. Mike Scully. Peace to you, and be good.
PERFECT / Ed Sheeran
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