Message at the Top
September 17, 2017

"Thinking about Jealousy"

Part 1
            Good morning, Central Kansas and around the world; thank you for joining us this morning, this second last Sunday in September, 2017, and the last Sunday of summer since the great season of Fall begins this Friday, September 22, and another week of Homecoming for many of our schools in the area.  Happy Homecoming to all of you.  Welcome to MATT on today’s best music, Mix 103.  It’s great to have you with us today as we discover exactly what the attitudes and meanings of rock music are all about.  I’m Fr. Mike Scully, your host for MATT and it’s my pleasure to work with some great songs and great 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 help us live better.  Today, we’ll spend our usual time with the top 10, and we will begin our show with some thoughts about jealousy.
            When it comes to romantic relationships, jealousy is almost an "automatic." As a couple becomes closer to one another with the thought of the possibility of a permanent commitment in the near future, the two involved will know that there are other possible partners among their acquaintances.  They will also know that uncontrolled jealousy can ruin the relationship.  Such is the subject of the song "Jealous" by Nick Jonas who celebrated a birthday yesterday.  He was 25 years old; so happy birthday to him.  The song describes the situation in which a couple could break up because of the jealousy on the part of the man.
            I don’t like the way he’s looking at you,” he sings, “I’m starting to think you want him too.  Am I crazy, have I lost ya?  Even though I know you love me, can’t help it.  Turn my cheek, music up, and I’m puffing my chest; I’m getting red in the face.  You can call me obsessed.  It’s not your fault that they hover.  I mean no disrespect.  It’s my right to be hellish.  I still get jealous ‘cause you’re too sexy, beautiful, and everybody wants a taste.  That’s why I still get jealous.” 
            Jealousy is an evil in life. It can destroy good relationships.  It is also a fact of human nature.  Any time that people get together, and share a certain "closeness," human nature runs its course, and human thinking often goes far beyond reality, imagining things that are not true.  But, then again, maybe they are true.  Such is the problem with jealousy.  One seems to never know completely.  The remedy is very easy--sincere communication.  In the song, the man in the relationship is doing just that.  It should lead to much better understanding of how both of them feel.
            So, let’s talk of jealousy today on our show, and see how the songs of our show address that particular problem.  Here Nick Jonas is talking about his feelings about jealousy directly to his fiancée which is exactly what he should do.  Our lead song this morning is from Nicholas Jerry Jonas, better known as Nick Jonas, a 25 year old singer from Dallas, Texas.  His song is from his album named after him and is called “Jealous,” from 2014 on MATT.
(double)     JEALOUS / Nick Jonas
                                    JEALOUSY / Natalie Merchant
 
Part 2
            There are three songs in our top ten playlist since 1980 with the word “jealousy” as part of their title.  Our lead song is the latest one, and we will play the other one next, but that last one was from the top 10 of 1996 from Natalie Merchant and her song simply entitled “Jealousy”.  The song is a statement of a person deep in the throes of jealousy, this time from a woman’s point of view.  “Is she fine, so well bred, the perfect girl, a social deb?” she sarcastically asks, “Is she the sort you’ve always said could satisfy your head?  O, my jealousy.”  One can almost feel the venom in her voice as she sings.  There is intense hatred, but intense pain as well.  Unfortunately, Natalie Merchant does not give any advice concerning jealousy in her song.  It closes with no resolution.  But, whether sung or not, any student of maturity will quickly comprehend the significance of jealousy in a person’s life, and one must be determined to do something to get rid of it.  As we think about jealousy today, that song can lead us to the direct statement: do something about it soon.
            As I mentioned, there are three top 10 songs with the word “jealousy” as part of the title over the past 37 years.  The third one comes from a number of years ago from the group called Gin Blossoms.  They were formed in Tempe, Arizona in 1987, broke up in 1997, and then got back together in 2002.  The song is another song about one of the primary destroyers of love.  They sing the thoughts of the man: “If I hadn’t blown the whole thing years ago, I might be here with you.”  How did he blow it?  He got jealous, and it destroyed the relationship.  As we think about it specifically this morning, jealousy does that every time—destroys love.  It is an extremely important lesson to learn. / Joining them in the triple is the number 10 song this week and a song from another birthday person yesterday, but this is the group Gin Blossoms and their song, “Hey Jealousy” a song from 1993 on MATT. 
(triple)        HEY, JEALOUSY / Gin Blossoms
                                    GOOD FEELING / Flo Rida
                                    10 LOOK WHAT YOU MADE ME DO / Taylor Swift
 
Part 3
            That was new to the top 10 last week from her future album “Reputation,” Ms. Taylor Swift and her song at number 10, “Look What You Made Me Do” on MATT.  It is a song of revenge against a boyfriend who has made the lady in the relationship turn against him.  “I don’t like your little games,” she sings, “don’t like your tilted stage, the role you made me play.  I don’t like your perfect crime, how you laugh when you lie.  But I got smarter.  I rose up from the dead, I’ve got a list of names and yours is in red, underlined.  Look what you made me do.  I’ll be the actress starring in your bad dreams.”  She is not happy with him at all.  As we think of jealousy today, it could very well have been that part of the reason for revenge in the song is an element of jealousy.
            Before her, we heard from Tramar Dillard, better known by his stage name of Flo Rida, a 38 year old American rapper and singer/songwriter, the name of his song being “Good Feeling” from his album “Wild Ones” from the year 2011, one of our “feeling” songs today.  His birthday was yesterday and his song is a statement of a good feeling that the person in the song has.  “Sometimes I get a good feeling,” he begins his song, “I get a feeling that I never had before, I get a good feeling.”  And then his verses that are very hard to catch / talk about his own ambitions, saying “I got a brand new spirit.”  His second verse is again his personal ambitions which will give good feelings—“You looking at the king of the jungle,” he sings, ending with “Sometimes I get a good feeling.”  If we manage to have good feelings about what’s going on in our lives, we will have no reason to feel jealous, our theme today.
            We will continue with the thought generated by birthday person Nick Jonas concerning jealousy / as we look at songs during our next segment from the numbers 9, 8 and 7 songs right now, and also past songs from birthday people Lukas Graham and Phillip Phillips.  Let me take you to break with a thought from author Nancy Astor who died in 1964: "One reason I don't drink is that I want to know when I am having a good time."  In fact, knowing that we are enjoying ourselves is one of the thoughts that should make us less jealous of others.  I’m Fr. Mike for “Message at the Top” on Mix 103.  Why not stay right where you are as you enjoy your Summer—almost Fall—with us.  We’ll be right back.
COMMERCIAL BREAK
 
Part 4
            Good morning, everyone.  Thank you for being here with us this morning.  We are back for the second segment of “Message at the Top” which gives you the top 10 rock songs of our area as of this week ending today September 17, 2017, as well as some top 10 songs from the past.  I’m your host, Fr. Mike Scully on “Message at the Top” on Mix 103.  Our plea to you on MATT is that you enjoy the music, and at the same time listen to the message so as to find ways to better your lives a little more.  The theme we are using is a thought that Nick Jonas gave us, and that thought is “Thinking about Jealousy.”
            As promised, two birthday people are about to share their artistry with us during this segment.  First to Lukas Forchhammer better known as the leader of the group Lukas Graham and who will be 29 years old tomorrow.  Lukas Forchhammer explained the song this way: "It's a song about growing older. I'm also coming to a realization that being a father is the most important thing.”  The group goes through the years starting at 7, talking about life.  “I always had that dream like my daddy before me,” they sing, “So I started writing songs.  Something about that glory.  I only see my goals, I don't believe in failure ‘cause I know the smallest voices.  They can make it major.  I'm still learning about life.  My woman brought children for me so I can sing them all my songs.  And I can tell them stories.”  So, the song is the story of a man and his songs.  And the songs are all about living happily, and when we do that, we will be in control of jealousy a little more, our theme today. / Our number 9 song this week follows them, but this is the number 2 song of meaning last year from Lukas Graham.  It is from the album named after them and their song “7 Years” on MATT.
(double)  7 YEARS / Lukas Graham
                      9 WHAT ABOUT US / Pink
 
Part 5
            MATT presenting 38 year old, Alecia Beth Moore Hart, better known as Pink, and her song from her upcoming album “Beautiful Trauma”, her song “What About Us” number 9 this week.  I consider it to be a protest song of sorts sung against the establishment by the young people of the world.  “We are searchlights,” she begins, “we can see in the dark; we are billions of beautiful hearts, and you sold us down the river too far.  What about us?  What about all the times you said you had the answers?  We are problems that want to be solved; we are children that need to be loved.  What about love?  What about trust?  What about us?”  It may very well be that the people who refuse to listen to young people do not do so because they are jealous, our theme today, of their good fortune.  Good new song.
            Yet another triple play is ready to come out of your listening device right now from Zedd, birthday person Phillip Phillips, and beginning right here with our number 8 song from Ed Sheeran.  As I mentioned before, that song first came into our countdown back in January of this year—very popular song incredibly still in our countdown at number 8.  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 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 when it does, it will cause lots of problems.  A very large part of the early love scene is the jealousy, our theme today, that the young people have for each other, especially when there is a physical relationship involved.  This is Mr. Ed Sheeran from his album which is a division sign, his song “Shape of You”, former number 1 for a long time, number 8 on MATT. 
(triple)     8 SHAPE OF YOU / Ed Sheeran
                                    GONE GONE GONE / Phillip Phillips
                                    7 STAY / Zedd f/ Alessia Cara
 
Part 6
            That was Anton Zaslavski better known as Zedd with Alessia Carraciola better known as Alessia Cara and their song at number 7, “Stay” on MATT.  It is a song of the lady in the relationship urging the man to stay, even though she knows that she has to make it on her own.  “You’ve got to make it on your own,” the lady sings, “but we don’t have to grow up.  We can stay forever young, living on my sofa, drinking rum and cola underneath the rising sun.  All you have to do is stay a minute.”  She knows that she needs to grow up, but she is not willing to do that because she would have to let him go.  In terms of our theme today, she probably doesn’t want to let him go because there are other girls who want him and she’s jealous of them.  A guess, I know.
            Before them, we heard from Phillip Phillips’ album “The World from the Side of the Moon,” American Idol number 11, Phillip Phillips, “Gone, Gone, Gone” from 2013 on MATT.  It is a song of true commitment to another.  “When life leaves you high and dry,” he begins, “I’ll be at your door tonight.  If you need help, I’ll shut down the city lights.  I’ll lie, cheat, I’ll beg and bribe to make you well.  Give me reasons to believe that you would do the same for me.  And I would do it for you.  Baby, I’m not moving on.  I love you long after you’re gone, gone, gone.  You’ve always done the same for me.  Like a drum, don’t stop beating.”  It is indeed true commitment even though the other in the relationship is gone.  It is a commitment that must be made carefully.  If she is gone for good, his life will be very difficult because she will never be there, but if she is gone only temporarily, then the song is a statement of true love.  In this case, it doesn’t sound as though that jealousy can upset it, our theme today.
            And once again, we have played our way to a brief pause.  Beginning our second hour together in just a few moments, get ready for music from / in order of appearance Portugal.The Man, R City, Clean Bandit, The Chainsmokers, Lorde and Niall Horan.  Quite a group there.  Leading us into our break, here is a thought for you from an anonymous author, and words that come quickly but mean more than the words themselves.  Think about it: “Never buy a car you can’t push.  That is, things will go wrong in life, and we will have to work with the things that go wrong.  Like being jealous as times.  Don’t go way.  I’m Fr. Mike, and this is the “Message at the Top” music network.
COMMERCIAL BREAK
 
Part 7
            Every song has a message, and many times that message can lead us to better living if we want.  Such is our belief on this show.  Hi again, everybody.  I am Fr. Mike Scully and this is “Message at the Top” on 100,000 watts of power, today’s best music, Mix 103, our only top 10 show that gives you the top 10 right now and top 10 music of the 2000’s, 90’s and 80’s, but we give the meanings of the songs as well.  And we invite you to listen to those meanings and learn to be a bit better in your living.  We are playing the top 10 songs of the past and present as usual.  Our theme comes from a thought from birthday person Nick Jonas and the theme is: “Thinking about Jealousy”.
            Our second hour begins with our number 6 song from the group Portugal.The Man.  Their song according to their explanation mentions one of the group’s daughters, and then they switch to political situations.  Whatever, it is somewhat difficult to comprehend, I think.  “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, now I 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 be over now, but I feel it still.  Is it coming?”  It might be a song in which the person is remembering what it was like before and what was now—then—is over, but he would like the feeling again.  And whatever it was, I’ll be that jealousy, our theme today, played a part in the bad feelings that came about. / Joining them in the triple are R City and Clean Bandit, but this is the group Portugal.The Man and their song at number 6 this week, our theme next week and “Feel It Still” on MATT.
(triple)        6 FEEL IT STILL / Portugal.The Man
                                    LOCKED AWAY / R City f/ Adam Levine
                                    RATHER BE / Clean Bandit f/ Jesse Glynne
 
Part 8
            MATT presenting there the group Clean Bandit singing along with Jess Glynne and their song from 2014 “Rather Be” from their album “New Eyes”.  In the song, you really don’t know how the other feels in the relationship, but if she feels the same way as he does, it will be a great and a happy union.  Some wonderful “feel good” ideas are portrayed in the song: “as long as you are with me, there’s no place I’d rather be,” “as long as I am with you, my heart continues to beat,” “know with all of your heart, you can’t shame me”, and “we staked out on a mission to find inner peace, it’s easy being with you.”  I call them “feel good” ideas because they don’t really give the whole picture, because there are always negatives, but if you concentrate on those positives, they will overpower the negatives.  In terms of our theme, if the negative of jealousy has overpowered us, we had best take care of it as soon as we possibly can.
            Before them, we heard from Adam Levine singing along with R City or Rock City, that is a duo from the U.S. Virgin Islands, Theron and Timothy Thomas and their song, “Locked Away”.  Their song is an important extended question about commitment, and phrased very well, a question that every serious couple should ask themselves.  “If I got locked away,” they sing, “and we lost it all today, tell me honestly, would you still love me the same?  If I showed you my flaws, if I couldn't be strong, tell me honestly, would you still love me the same?  Right about now, if you ‘judge for life’ me, would you stay by my side?  Or is you gonna say goodbye?”  It is an important question for commitment, and one of the thoughts for every love song, our theme today, is whether there is the proper commitment on both parts.  If there is not, there is bound to be the possibility of jealousy which can destroy any commitment.  Good song and a good video.
            Another triple play is in store for you right now sandwiching Lorde in between The Chainsmokers and Niall Horan.  Which means we begin the triple with The Chainsmokers.  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 somebody with superhuman gifts, some superhero, some fairytale bliss, just something I can 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.  Jealousy, our theme today, would totally mess up the situation, to be sure.  This is the number 5 song today, former number 1, from the Chainsmokers, that is Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall, which they sing with the group Coldplay; their song “Something Just Like This” on MATT. 
(triple)     5 SOMETHING JUST LIKE THIS / The Chainsmokers f/ Coldplay
                      ROYALS / Lorde
                      4 SLOW HANDS / Niall Horan
 
Part 9
            MATT presenting there Niall Horan, still a member of the group One Direction, here singing “solo” and his song moving up to number 4, “Slow Hands”.  It is the story of two people in love who want their relationship to continue.  “Slow hands,” he sings, “Like sweat dripping down our dirty laundry.  No chance that I’m leaving here without you on me.  I know that there ain’t no stopping your plans and those slow hands.  I just wanna take my time.  We could do this all night ‘cause I want you bad.  Fingertips putting on a show, got me now and I can’t say ‘No,” wanna be with you all alone.  Take me home.  Can’t you tell that I want you.”  So, both in the relationship really wanting the relationship, and you are led to believe that the time that they spend working on the relationship is well worth it for them.  In terms of our theme this week, if one of them is jealous for any reason, it may ruin the relationship.
            Before him, we heard from New Zealand singer 20 year old Ella Yelich O’Connor better known by her stage name of Lorde as she sings about material goods in her song “Royals” from 2013 from her album “Pure Heroin”.  In the song, she says in effect that material goods are not as important as romantic love.  "I’ve never seen a diamond in the flesh,” she sings.  “I cut my teeth on wedding rings in the movies, and I’m not proud of my address in the torn-up town, no post code envy.  But every song’s like gold teeth, grey goose, ball gowns, trashin’ the hotel room.  Let me be your ruler, you can call me Queen Bee, and I'll rule.  Let me live that fantasy.”  That is, for the lady in the relationship, love is the "buzz" that she craves, more than the "diamonds in the flesh" that she has never seen.  As we consider the theme of jealousy, one of the things that we could be jealous of / is the fact that others have more than we do, and that will cause major problems unless we address it.
            I love it when these songs give us a chance to talk about real life.  Really good thoughts, don’t you think.  Our next 30 minutes of music and message will explore our theme from Nick Jonas and his song “Jealous”, that theme being “Thinking about Jealousy,” with our segment 10 presentation of three songs from birthday person Jason Derulo and of course, we will present the top songs in our land right now.  May I take you to break with this thought.  It comes from Ms. Macy Gray whose songs we have played on our show before: “You could either go the traditional way or the other way.  I went the other way.  Sometimes the other way is something that can make life pretty great.  I’m Fr. Mike Scully, listen to these words of wisdom, and then I hope you come back here for more--wisdom.
COMMERCIAL BREAK
 
Part 10
            Ladies and gentlemen, you are listening to “Message at the Top”, on today’s best music, Mix 103.  Thank you for giving us part of your time this last Sunday Summer morning of 2017, and five days before the great season of Autumn begins.  Happy almost Autumn, everyone.  I am Fr. Mike Scully, and our show gives you the top 10 songs of our area, as well as some great songs of the past.  And what is amazing about the songs is that with a little bit of help, they can actually teach us something about ourselves and about our behavior.  The topic of our show today is a thought from Nick Jonas and his song “Jealous.”  The thought we are using is “Thinking about Jealousy.”
            Jason Joel Desrouleaux was born on September 21, 1989, and therefore will be 28 years old on Thursday.  He was born in Miami and is a singer, songwriter and dancer, has sold over 30 million singles and has achieved 11 Platinum singles.  In his honor, MATT now presents our segment 10 presentation.  We begin with his song “The Other Side”.  The song itself is a rather explicit song speaking of physical involvement.  Of course, I always feel that such involvement should be relegated to the marriage state, but that is my opinion, of course.  In the song, they are very close, and have moved from the thought of “friendship” to the other side, namely “true love.”  “Tonight,” the man in the relationship sings, “take me to the other side.  Sparks fly like the Fourth of July.  Just take me to the other side.  I see that look in your eyes.  And I know we ain’t friends anymore.  If we walk down this road, we’ll be lovers for sure.  Take me to the other side.”  Like I say, if the two involved are strong into the commitment as they seem to say, then they will be at a higher level in their relationship, and that higher level is much more important than any pleasure involved.  One of the major problems with too early physical involvement is jealousy, our theme today.  This is Jason Derulo and his song “The Other Side” from 2013 on MATT.
(triple)     THE OTHER SIDE / Jason Derulo
                      TRUMPETS / Jason Derulo
                      WANT TO WANT ME / Jason Derulo
 
Part 11
            Closing off a triple play from him, a song of strong desire for another, and if the desire leads to as strong a commitment as his desire is, the relationship will be very good--Jason Derulo and his song “Want to Want Me” on MATT.  “It's too hard to sleep,” he sings, “I got the sheets on the floor and I can't take it no more; it's a hundred degrees.  I got one foot out the door.  Where are my keys?  'Cause I gotta leave.  In the back of the cab, I tip the driver 'head of time, get me there fast.  You're the one I want to want me, and if you want me, you got me.  There's nothing I know I wouldn't do just to get up next to you.”  Once again that theme of a strong commitment to each other is an important element of anyone’s life, and if that commitment is present, the one thing that could destroy it is jealousy, our theme today, and therefore both have to watch out for it.
            Before him, another song from him as part of his birthday wishes from MATT, Jason Derulo and his song “Trumpets” from 2013.  It is a song about the beauty of the female body and a relationship that results from it.  “Every time I hear symphonies in my head.  I wrote this song just looking at you.  Yeah, the drums they swing low, and the trumpets they go.  Is it so weird that I hear violins whenever you’re gone.  Is it weird that I hear trumpets when you’re with me.”  Again, the song has some graphic parts to it that I cleaned up in the way I quoted it.  I believe the songs can give a pretty good thought without being so graphic.  My opinion, of course.  In terms of our theme today, people’s beauty can often give rise to being jealous, and we must be very aware of that, I believe.
            But that was then, and this is now.  Let’s go to number 3 right now from Mr. Charlie Puth.  The man in the relationship’s girlfriend wants attention presumably from everyone; he knows it, but still can’t let her go.  “You’ve been runnin’ around throwin’ that dirt all on my name ‘cause you knew that I’d call you up.  I know that dress is karma, perfume regret.  You got me thinking ‘bout when you were mine.  You just want attention, you don’t want my heart.  Maybe you just hate the thought of me with someone new.  Yeah, you just want attention.  What are you doin’ to me?”  He knows what she is doing, but he still doesn’t want to let go of the relationship.  She may be acting this way because she is jealous of another, our theme today.  This is Charlie Puth at number 3, and his song “Attention” on MATT.
(double)     3 ATTENTION / Charlie Puth
                                    2 BELIEVER / Imagine Dragons
 
Part 12
            MATT presenting number 2 this week, former number 1, the group Imagine Dragons from their upcoming album “Evolve” and their song “Believer”.  It is a statement that the pains of life have determined some things in people’s lives.  “I was broken from a young age,” they sing, “Taking my sulking to the masses, writing my poems for the few.  They looked at me, took to me, shook to me, feeling me singing from heartache from the pain, take my message from the veins, speaking my lesson from the brain, seeing the beauty through the pain.  You made me a believer; pain, you break me down, you build me up.  Let the bullets fly, oh let them rain.  My life, my love, my drive, it came from pain.”  Our lives come from pain—as I have mentioned, that is quite a statement.  If they manage to learn from the pain, then it will probably help the relationship that they are in, because learning from the pain can easily help people love a little more.  Throw jealousy, our theme into this slice of life, and things will really be messed up.
            And our number 1 song for three weeks in a row is from Shawn Mendes from his album “Illuminate,” and his song “There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back”.  It is a song of the man in the relationship about his girlfriend: “I wanna follow where she goes; I think about her and she knows it.  I wanna let her take control ‘cause every time that she gets close, she pulls me in enough to keep me guessing.  I’ve been shaking; I love it when you go crazy.  You take all my inhibitions: there’s nothing holdin’ me back.”  So, there is nothing holding him back from allowing his girlfriend to take control.  Often the one wanting control is jealous of anyone else who wants to be part of the relationship, and that only causes more problems.
            Our theme today has been just that—what are some thoughts about jealousy that we should know?  It came from Nick Jonas’ former top 5 song “Jealous”.  My prayer for you and for me is that we will be able to control and understand the jealousies that happen in our lives.  My thanks to our producers and our sponsors, especially our sponsors at Hays Car and Truck Alignment, Holy Family Elementary School in Hays, and Thomas More Prep-Marian Junior and Senior High School in Hays.  If you want to contact me by mail, I hope you do so at KJLS radio, Hays, KS, 67601 or my e-mail address is frmikescully@yahoo.com.  My website is www.frmikescully.com where you will find some meditations on these songs and some great movies and a transcript of the show.  You can catch us on the web every Sunday at 10 by going to www.hayspost.com and clicking on Mix 103.  I hope you’re like me and will enjoy the Fall weather when it comes this week.  A final thought from Abraham Lincoln, a man full of great quotes: You cannot help men permanently by doing for them / what they could and should do for themselves.”  What you could be, Abe reminds us, is pretty much up to us.  Good thought, and the thought can help us control jealousy.  As we close with Shawn Mendes and his song “There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back”, may I remind you that you are in tune with today’s best music, Mix 103, and our closing words of wisdom is to hold a good thought.  My name is Fr. Mike Scully.  Peace to you, and be good.
1 THERE’S NOTHING HOLDIN’ ME BACK / Shawn Mendes

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