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Popcorn Popping

Episode Summary

John lightens the mood by ruining everything you thought you knew about Primary songs. A pop quiz on some common Mormon mondegreens (or misheard song lyrics).

Episode Notes

John lightens the mood by ruining everything you thought you knew about Primary songs. A pop quiz on some common Mormon mondegreens (or misheard song lyrics).

Audio Credits:

"An Angel from on High", music by John E. Tullidge, played on violin by Misha Stanley

"Popcorn Popping on the Apricot Tree" by Georgia W. Bello, sung by Primary children

Audio excerpts from the Children's Songbook audio files, from the Church's official website, lds.org for the following songs:
"Popcorn Popping on the Apricot Tree" by Georgia W. Bello;
"Do As I'm Doing";
"'Give,' Said the Little Stream", words by Fanny J. Crosby, music by William B. Bradbury;
"Family History–I Am Doing It", by Jeanne P. Lawler;

"Popcorn Popping", by Brett Raymond, http://www.brettraymond.com/

"Book of Mormon Stories", by Popcorn Bopping

"Book of Mormon Stories (That My Teacher Tells to Me)", by Riley Brown, https://www.youtube.com/user/RileyBrown704/featured

"Book of Mormon Stories/The Golden Plates", by Inside Out, http://www.insideout-acappella.com/

"Book of Mormon Stories", by M.F.V. Music, https://mfvmusic.bandcamp.com/

"There is a Tavern in the Town", by Rudy Vallée

"Head and Shoulders", by the Kiboomers, http://bussongs.com/

"Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes", from https://www.scoutsongs.com/

"Popcorn Popping", from the Singles Ward Soundtrack, by Rooster

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