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May 21, 2017
Good Thoughts from Love Songs"
Good morning, Central Kansas and around
the world; thank
you for joining us this morning, this second last Sunday in May, 2017,
week before the first official break of the summer vacation with
Day. Welcome to MATT on Mix 103. It’s great to have you with us today as
discover exactly what the attitudes and meanings of rock music are all
about. I’m Fr. Mike Scully, your
for MATT and it’s my pleasure to work with some great songs and
messages—that being what we are all about: songs and messages. We take the top 10 rock songs of today and
yesterday, study them a little bit, and come up with a message that can
live better. Today, we’ll spend our
usual time with the top 10, and former top 10’s from birthday
are a number of them this week. We hope
you enjoy the show, and it’s good to have you with us.
Let’s talk about love songs today,
and the reason is that
we are using a love song as our lead from James Arthur, a 29 year old
singer and songwriter who won the X Factor, a UK talent show a couple
ago. “I knew I loved you,” the
in the relationship sings, “But you’d never know
‘cause I played it cool when I
was scared of letting go. I knew I
needed you but I never showed. But I wanna
stay with you until we’re grey and old.
Just say you won’t let go. So I
wrote this song for you. Now everybody
knows that it’s just you and me. Just
say you won’t let go.” It is a
very strong commitment promising a life forever. He
speaks of writing his love song, and that
is a thought that we have run across before.
According to the popular internet
Wikipedia, love songs
have been around for hundreds of years and are found in most cultures. The Western world, the one you and I live and
think in, uses the love song to express feelings in a way most people
with. Some tribal cultures use group
love songs to attract a partner in elaborate rituals, and they are very
interesting to study. I estimate that
80% of the songs that we listen to on the radio are love songs. It may even be more, but one thing is for
sure: love is something to sing about, and it is sung about in film, in
Broadway musicals, and in the songs written and performed on every
is released. However rebellious the
music, the experience of “falling in love” always seems to
require some kind of
written and sung expression. Even among
the so-called power metal groups or the hard rappers, love songs are
and sometimes even very poetic in their approach.
Therefore, with all that in mind,
let’s use as our theme
today the idea of the good thoughts that come out of or go into love
songs. We’ll see that in our songs,
there are some thoughts that are good for love, and some thoughts, I
will hurt a love, and therefore we will have to say that the opposite
they sing in order to make it a good thought.
So, let us begin today, with a beautiful
from his album “Back from the Edge,” British performer
James Arthur and his
song “Say You Won’t Let Go”, number 2 this week on
SAY YOU WON’T LET GO / James Arthur
THAT I USED TO KNOW / Gotye f/ Kimbra
The intriguing sound of
Belgian-Australian singer Wouter Andre "Wally" De Backer better
known as Gotye
whose birthday is today—he is 37 years old—and singing
along with New Zealand
singer/songwriter Kimbra Lee Johnson better known as Kimbra, from
album, “Making Mirrors,” and the song “Somebody That
I Used to Know” from 2012
on MATT. We called it the number 2 song
of meaning of the whole year. It is a
bitter song about a breakup. The man in
the relationship is thinking back to the moment of the breakup and he
alright about it, but then he adds: “But you didn’t have to
cut me off, make
out like it never happened and that we were nothing, and I don’t
even need your
love, but you treat me like a stranger and that feels so rough. No, you didn’t have to stoop so low. Now you’re somebody that I used to
know.” What makes it such a high
song of meaning for
me is that we should learn what not to
do in a relationship and in life. As we
think of our theme, here we have one of those love songs that describes
of love that is not a good thought. To
make it good, we have to say that even when we break up, we ought to
well, so that our next love will be a good one.
That is the good thought of a love song,
our theme today.
go to our first triple play of the day that will include a song from
and a new song to the top 10 from Clean Bandit, but we will begin with
10 on our countdown from Adele. The
lady in this relationship definitely wants the man in the relationship
the one for her, as she sings, but she seems realistic at the same time. She sings: “If you’re gonna let me
let me down gently.” And she has
reason to believe that he is going to let her down because he
doesn’t seem to
be responding to her: “It’s so cold out here in your
wilderness. I want you to be my keeper,
but not if you
are so reckless.” She doesn’t
say that their love is just water under the bridge, and she begs him,
ain’t so.” Thinking in terms
theme, a good thought for any love song is the ability to be relatively
of what the other in the relationship is thinking. This
is number 10 on the countdown from her Grammy-winning album of the year
“25,” Adele Laurie Blue Adkins or Adele and her song
“Water Under the Bridge”
10 WATER UNDER THE BRIDGE / Adele
9 ROCKABYE /
Clean Bandit f/ Anne Marie & Sean Paul
New to our top 10 this morning, from the
Clean Bandit, and there featuring English singer/songwriter Anne Marie
Nicholson better known as Anne Marie and also featuring Jamaican
songwriter Sean Paul Ryan Francis Henriques better known as Sean Paul,
song at number 9 called “Rockabye” on MATT.
They sing that it is for all the single
moms who going through
frustration. It is the story of a young
lady, a single Mom with a child whom she wants to grow up well. They sing: “She works the nights by the
water. She just wants a life for her
baby. All on her own, no one will come;
she’s got to save him. Daily
she tells him, ‘Your life ain’t gonna be nothing like my
life. You’re gonna grow and have a
good life. I’m gonna do what
I’ve got to do. S0, rockabye,
baby.” The song tells the life of a
mother, doing her best to raise her child.
In terms of our theme, the good thought
of that love song is the story
of a dedicated single mother in the midst of raising her child. Pretty good song.
Before them, we heard from Robyn Rihanna
Fenty from her album “Unapologetic,” and
her song “Stay”. "All
sings, “it was a fever, a cold sweat hot-headed believer. I threw my hands in the air, said, ‘Show
something.’ He said, ‘If you dare come a little
closer.’ Round and around we go. Tell me now you know. The
reason I hold on is ‘cause I need this
hole gone. Funny you’re the broken
but I’m the only one who needed saving ‘cause when you
never see the light,
it’s hard to know which one of us is caving. Not
really sure how to feel about it. I want
you to stay.” Putting it in a
thought that could be sung in
a love song, our theme today, the fact that the other wants to stay
with the lady
is a pretty good thought to sing about.
We have some more great
music in our next segment. In fact, get
for the numbers 8, and 7 on our current countdown along with birthday
Rachel Platten and Cher from past top 10’s.
Rock music always seems to have an
approach to life about it, and rock
songs always contain something to talk about and something to think
seriously about. Let me take you to break
thought. A writer by the name of Paul
Boese says this: “Forgiveness does not change the past, but it
does enlarge the
future.” And forgiveness or being
to forgive makes a good topic for any love song. I’m Fr.
Mike Scully, inviting you to keep your dial right there as we continue
on MATT on Mix 103.
We continue with the only show of its
kind in this area
as we celebrate Spring in the heartland.
Happy Spring and graduation to all of
you who are graduating today or
have graduated recently. It is great to
have you with us on the station that plays the very best in rock music,
show we have labeled as MATT, the show that takes the top 10 songs of
yesterday, and discovers just what their approach to life is, often
some thoughts with which we can guide our lives toward the good, the
our motto is to enjoy the music and listen to the message so that the
help your future. My name is Fr. Mike
Scully, your host, and we are featuring the good thoughts of love songs
Platten was 36 years old yesterday, and in her honor let’s double
excellent songs that she has taken to the top 10. The
first one is a song of
determination to get one back on track.
A relationship has not gone well for the
lady in the song in the past,
and she is about to get back to her life, she says.
She feels like a small boat on a big
but she says she is going to do something again. “Can
you hear my voice this time,” she sings,
“This is my fight song, take back my life song, prove I’m
alright song. My power’s turned on. Starting right now, I’ll be strong, and
don’t really care if nobody else believes ‘cause I’ve
still got a lot of fight
left in me.” You get the feeling
the song that no matter what happens, she is ready to work at getting
back in order. One of the good thoughts
that a love song could have is self-determination.
From her album “Wildfire,”
this is Rachel
Platten, from the year 2015, “Fight Song” on MATT.
SONG / Rachel Platten
STAND BY YOU / Rachel
presenting the number 4 song of meaning from
last year from her album “Wildfire,” 36
year old Rachel Ashley Platten yesterday—and Happy Birthday to
her, and her
excellent song of commitment to a friend, “Stand By You”. “Hands, put your empty hands in
sings, “And scars, show me all the scars you hide, and if your
wings are broken,
please take mine so yours can open too, ‘cause I’m gonna
stand by you. Even if we’re breaking
down, we can find a
way to break through. Even if we
find heaven, I’ll walk through hell with you.
Love you’re not alone,
‘cause I’m gonna stand by you.” Great
words and a great video. Considering
our theme, one of the good thoughts for any love song is the total
commitment to another. Great song.
Another triple play now, and let’s
begin it with the number 8 song on our countdown from Alessia Cara. It is a great song and
has been around the top 10 for quite a while, a 10+ category great song
of meaning. As I have quoted with the song
in the past, on
the video, the song closes with her personal statement about the song
reads: “Oftentimes the world both directly and indirectly tells
us that we
shouldn’t be happy with ourselves if we don’t fit certain
standards. “Scars to Your
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.” And so
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.
No scars to your beautiful; we're stars
and we're beautiful.” One of the
good thoughts in love songs, our
theme today, is the fact that we are all beautiful in one way of
another. / In the triple we have birthday person
Cher and number 7 as well, but MATT presenting here number 8 this week,
great song. “Scars to Your Beautiful” on MATT.
8 SCARS TO YOUR BEAUTIFUL / Alessia Cara
IF I COULD
TURN BACK TIME / Cher
MERCY / Shawn Mendes
there Shawn Mendes from his “Illuminate” album, and his
song at number 7,
“Mercy”. It is a song about a
lady who has a hold on the man
in the relationship and he can’t let go of her, although he
should. “Please have mercy on
me,” he sings, “Even
though you don’t mean to hurt me, you keep tearing me apart. I’m not asking for a lot—just that
honest with me. I’m a puppet on your
strings, and even though you got good intentions, I need you to set me
free. Consuming all the air inside my
prepared to sacrifice my life.” He
definitely should get out of the relationship because all it is doing
hurting him. One of the good thoughts
that should be in a love song, our
theme today, is a certain ability to stand on our own.
him, a lady that graced the airwaves of 1989 and a very popular song,
super message, Cherilyn Sarkisian, now known as Cher and “If I
Could Turn Back
Time” from her album “Heart of Stone.”
She was 71 years old yesterday, and so Happy Birthday to her as
well. “If I could turn back time,” she
sings, “if I could find a way, I’d take back those words
that hurt you and
you’d stay. I don’t know why I did the
things I did; I don’t know why I said the things I said.
Pride’s like a knife: it can cut deep
inside. Words are like weapons: they wound
sometimes. I didn’t really mean to hurt
you; I didn’t wanna see you go.” As we
have said over and over on this show, one of the most important things
is to communicate with the people around us and the heart of
words, words that are said to another.
We have to be so careful of the things that we say. One of the
good thoughts in any love song,
our theme today, is that both of the lovers honestly know communication
each other. Great song from the past.
And we have played our
way to another break right now, having spent one full hour together on
second last Sunday in May. We still have
another hour of great rock music to go.
In order of appearance, directly in
front of us, we have right here in
our studio, or at least in our computers of the studio: in this order:
Sheeran for the first time, Lenny Kravitz, Wiz Khalifa, Maroon 5, and a
play from Justin Timberlake. How’s
for a great combination of artists. I
hope you remain with us. Another thought
before we go to break. It comes from one
of my anonymous authors in my quotebook: “Those who don’t
read the paper are uninformed;
those who do read the paper are misinformed.”
Ooooh, well, maybe not every paper, but
we have to be very careful when
it comes to believing what we read.
Perhaps we have to subscribe to the
three source theory—get it from
three sources, and it MAY be true: and if we finally get the truth, it
good topic for a true love song. I’m
Fr. Mike Scully, and this is the MATT music network
on Mix 103.
Every song has a message and that
message can help us in one way or another.
Such is our belief.
to MATT and the top 10 songs of today and the past 37 years. My name is Fr. Mike Scully, and we are
beginning hour number 2 of our show, a show that is talking about good
contained in love songs. Again, we
remind you of our task which is to enjoy the music that we play here on
and in particular here on MATT, and at the same time listen to the
the hopes of improving our lives.
Our first triple play of this segment
begins with the song at
number 6 on our countdown from Ed Sheeran.
Again he has two songs in the top 10,
quite a feat in today’s music
scene. Here he is singing of his young
life it seems. It is a reminiscent song as
the person thinks
back to what life was like in younger years, and it seems to have been
one. He sings, “I’ve not seen
roaring fields in so long. I know
grown, but I can’t wait to go home. I’m
on my way driving at 90 down those country lanes. I
miss the way you make me feel and it’s real
when we watched the sunset over the castle on the hill.” He speaks of some teenage activities which I
consider to be dangerous, but he seems to have survived them, and now
anxious to get home. In terms of our
theme, one of the good thoughts in love songs is a happy home life to
person as they grow.
/ Joining him in the triple are birthday person Lenny Kravitz and then
Khalifa, but this is Ed Sheeran and “Castle on the Hill”,
number 6 on MATT.
6 CASTLE ON THE HILL / Ed
WHERE ARE WE
RUNNING / Lenny Kravitz
AGAIN / Wiz Khalifa f/ Charlie Puth
number 1 song of meaning according to MATT of 2015—two years ago from Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth, and their song “See
Again” on MATT..
It is from
the “Furious 7” soundtrack
and a tribute to actor Paul Walker who died before the movie was
released. “It's been a long day
without you, my friend,” they sing, “And I'll tell you
all about it when I see you again. We've
come a long way from where we began. Oh,
I'll tell you all about it when I see you again. Who
All the planes we flew, good things
we've been through that I'll be
standing right here talking to you about another path.
I know we loved to hit the road and
but something told me that it wouldn't last, had to switch up, look at
different, see the bigger picture. Those
were the days, hard work forever pays.
Now I see you in a better place.”
I love it when popular music refers to
faith in God and heaven, and the
song is very clear in its statement about it.
We will all be together again in our
soul world. Thinking of good thoughts
found in love
songs, there is a great one: celebrating eternal life with the person
them, we heard from the year 2004, birthday person Lenny Kravitz who
will be 53
on Friday, and his song “Where Are We Runnin?”
It is a good song in my opinion—a 10+ category of meaning song,
highest I get. “Fast lane,” he sings,
“high speed, on the grind, 24/7, no time, always running here and
chasin’ the money, so much jibber jabbers, clogging up the soul.
Where are we runnin, we need some time to
clear our heads, where are we runnin, keep on working till we’re
are we running now.” And at the end of
the song, he addressed the young lady who was running too fast as well.
What a great message. We all need to slow down a bit, and pay
attention to the life we have. That love song has a great
thought, our theme
today: we have to slow down in life and in love.
play after triple play, and we go to number 5 and then Justin
double play. First to number 5 and Maroon
5 singing along with Nayvadius DeMun Wilburn better known as Future
and a song by the man in the relationship about the lady’s
him. “Cold enough to chill my
they sing, “It feels like I don’t know you anymore. I don’t understand why you’re so
me. With every breath you breathe, I see
there’s something going on. Are we
taking time or a time out? I can’t
the in between after everything that we’ve been through.” The whole song is basically reflecting on the
fact that she looks like she is ready to break the relationship, but
doesn’t. As we think of some good
thoughts in love songs, one of them would be the ability to get out of
relationship when it is going nowhere.
Maroon 5 along with Future and their
song here, our theme next week, “Cold”
at number 5 on MATT.
5 COLD / Maroon 5 f/ Future
TAKE BACK THE NIGHT /
MIRRORS / Justin
Randall Timberlake on MATT, and a close of a double play from him. He was born in Memphis, Tennessee, and began
a great singing career almost right away with the Mickey Mouse Club and
Sync. Time magazine named him one of the
most influential people in the world in 2007 and 2013.
That last song is called
“Mirrors” from his
album “The 20/20 Experience” and former number 1 on MATT. It is the story in song of the man in the
relationship who has left for a while, and now he is back again, and he
want to leave the relationship again. It
has a great video, by the way, in my opinion.
He sings: “I don’t wanna
lose you now.
I’m looking right at the other
half of me. The vacancy that sat in my
heart is a space
that now you hold. Show me how to fight
for now, and I’ll tell you it was easy coming back into you, once
I figured it
out—you were right here all along. It’s
like you’re my mirror, my mirror staring back at me.” There was a lot of pain in the past but he
was able to overcome it and keep the relationship. A
good thought from that love song? He is
able to overcome some pain, and keep
the relationship, one would think.
him, we heard from him again, closing off a double play from him Justin
Timberlake, from his album “The 20/20 Experience: 2 of 2”
and his song “Take
Back the Night” from 2013. “I
something right,” he sings, “but we can do something better. Ain’t no time like tonight, and we
trying to save it ‘til later. Stay
here living the life, nobody cares who we are tomorrow.
You got that lil’ something I
like, a little
something I’ve been waiting to borrow.
Tonight’s the night, come on
I won’t lead your love astray;
your love’s a weapon. Give your body
some direction. That’s my aim, then
we could take back the
night. Come on, use me up until
nothing left. Dizzy, spinning, sweating,
you can’t catch your breath. You
know when the sun is rising next. So if
the feeling’s right, then raise your glass and let’s take
back the night.” I’m not sure
I totally agree with all of
those ideas, but the thought of gaining a good feeling about love is a
one. Tying that thought into our theme
of a good thought from that love song, well, having a good feeling
relationship is certainly a good one.
Our subject this morning is that
idea of the good thoughts found in love songs.
We will have some more good thoughts
along that line after this
break. In fact, we have a triple play
from birthday person Jewel and the top 3 songs of our land right now. First, leading us to the break, this comes
from Anne Sullivan, the teacher of Helen Keller, “Keep on
failing. Each time you fail, start all
over again, and you will grow stronger until you have accomplished a
not the one you began with perhaps, but one you'll be glad to
remember.” Listen to that again. Great words that could be an inspiration to a
love song. My name is Fr.
Mike Scully, this show is MATT, this
top 10, this radio station is Mix
103, and we’ll be right back.
We welcome you back to the only show
that gives you the music and meanings of the top 10 of today and
our area, maybe in the whole world. We
call it MATT. My name is Fr. Mike
Scully, and we are studying the songs of our show today in light of the
of good thoughts found in love songs.
It’s great to have you with us on
this second last Sunday of the
wonderful month of May, and we are up to our segment 10, the segment
you three songs in a row with a common theme—this time the theme
from birthday person Jewel.
real name is Jewel Kilcher and she will be 43 years old on Tuesday. She has received four Grammy award nominations
and has sold over 35 million albums worldwide.
We have three of her songs in honor of
her birthday this morning. First,
let’s go to a 10+ song of meaning from
MATT. It was one of the top 10 of 1996. Of
all things, she is singing about the subject of one’s salvation,
that everyone must question everything they do in light of the
their own souls. She sings of
doctor’s bill, a lawyer’s will” and people trying to
“hustle, bustle, and
cuss.” She sings of poor people with
insufficient social security benefits, and “addictions to
feed.” It is an unhappy life that
borders on making
bargains with the devil. But her
response to all this is a challenge: “But who will save your
souls,” she sings,
“when it comes to the powers. Who
save your souls if you won’t save your own?”
Placing the thoughts into the modern
American mind, we discover some
serious challenges. Is temporary
happiness worth losing your soul permanently?
As we talk about good thoughts in a love
song, well, it may not be a
love song, but the thought of eternal salvation for our souls, is a
one. From her album “Pieces of
this is birthday girl Jewel, from 1996, “Who Will Save Your
Soul” on MATT.
WHO WILL SAVE YOUR SOUL / Jewel
AND AGAIN / Jewel
MATT closing off a triple play from
Jewel, her song from
her album “Spirit”, and a very high category of meaning
song, and her song
“Hands” from 1998. The person
song understands that her “hands” are the means that she
must use to act in her
difficult life. “My hands are small,
know,” she sings, “but they’re not yours; they are my
own … and I am never
broken.” That is to say, she will
address the problem. In fact, the person
in Jewel’s song goes even further. She
understands that it is through her that God is working.
“I will get down on my
knees,” she sings,
“and I will pray. We are God’s
God’s hands, God’s mind, God’s heart. I will gather
myself around my faith for
light does the darkness most fear. In
the end, only kindness matters,” and the person who is to bring
it about is God
who is working directly through her hands.
You can see why I would rate it so high
in meaning. The good thought that could
fit any love song
is the fact that we are created by God, and therefore good. Great song.
her, her again, Jewel Kilcher better known as Jewel,
from her album “Goodbye Alice in Wonderland”, and her song
“Again and Again”. “Listen,
begins her song, “I need you to hear. I
cannot disappear, I’ve tried again and again.
I know we said that we’d give up.
You said we’d have enough. But
you’re always on my mind. Say
because you’re mine, all mine. And
you will, I will try to let it go. And
if you try, I’ll try to let it show us the way ‘cause love
is here to
stay.” It sounds as though the
has agreed to hold off on their love relationship, and the lady in the
having a very difficult time doing it. Part
of that love song that is a good thought is that we should hold off on
permanent commitment of love until we are sure.
But you may ask what about today, the
top songs of our
land right at this moment. Well, we have
them for you. At number 4 is Bruno
Mars. He is singing that the man in the
relationship wants his girlfriend to come and be with him wherever he
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.
One of the good thoughts in love songs
is that they like what each other
likes, and that can lead to a pretty good time.
This is Peter Gene Hernandez or Bruno
Mars, number 4 this week from his
album “24K Magic,” “That’s What I Like”
I LIKE / Bruno Mars
SOMETHING JUST LIKE THIS / The Chainsmokers f/ Coldplay
MATT presenting our theme last week when
we answered the
question, “What should we turn to in life when things are not
what they should
be?” The thought came from that song
from the Chainsmokers, that is Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall, which they
with the group Coldplay; their song “Something Just Like
This” moving up to
number 3 in our countdown. The lady in the
relationship says, “Where d’you wanna go? How much
you wanna risk?”
And the man in the relationship sings: “I’m not looking for
superhuman gifts, some superhero, some fairytale bliss, just something
turn to, somebody I can miss. I want something just like
this.” What he is searching for is a
friend that he
can trust, someone that he has a relationship with at the present time,
doesn’t seem sure that the relationship will last.
If we can turn to someone who loves us,
will be a good thought for any love song, our theme today.
You already know that James Arthur had
the number 2 song,
“Say You Won’t Go” which was our lead song today. Which leads us to our number 1 song for
twelve weeks in a row—three
months of popularity—is from British artist / songwriter /
singer Ed Sheeran, and his song “Shape of You”, the second
time he is in the
top 10 today. In the song, the man in
the relationship sings that he is at a bar, and the lady comes in. They dance, and he sings, “Girl, you
want your love. Your love was homemade
for somebody like me. Come on now,
follow my lead. I may be crazy,
mind me. Say, boy, let’s not talk
much. Come on now, follow my lead. I’m in love with the shape of you.” So, a beginning love that advances too
quickly to the physical. As I have said
with this song, I believe that one of the major problems with early
relationships is that it moves into the physical too quickly, and
many love songs make this physical thought part of the good part of
can often mislead young people with too much too soon.
As I have said, my opinion.
We have concentrated today on that idea
of some good
thoughts from love songs. My prayer for
you and me is that all of us will enjoy love in our lives, so that we
able to write a song about it. Thanks to
our producer Tim and the sponsors of our show, especially Thomas More
Prep-Marian Junior and Senior High School on their graduation day, Hays
Truck Alignment, and Holy Family Elementary School, and, of course, to
you for being here. If you want to
contact me, please do so right here at KJLS-FM in Hays, KS 67601 and my
e-mail address is email@example.com.
My website is www.frmikescully.com where you will
find a transcript of the show and
some meditations on our songs and some great movies.
The way to get us on the world wide web
Sunday morning is to go to www.hayspost.com and then click on
or KJLS. Before we go, a final thought
from an anonymous author: “When it seems that someone has
dreams, pick up even the smallest pieces and use them to build bigger
better dreams”. It is a great
that could be included in any love song.
As you listen to the number 1 song in
our land from Ed Sheeran and his
song “Shape of You” may I remind you to hold a good thought. My name is Fr. Mike Scully.
Peace to you, and be good.
1 SHAPE OF YOU / Ed Sheeran
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Mike Scully is a member of the Capuchin