Posts Tagged ‘primary song’

Music’s Power: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

February 19, 2017

Whether Requiem/
or primary songs, music/
uplifts and strengthens.

Temple Parking Supervisor, 3rd Shift: Revolutionary ImproVerse Primary Song Cover

January 20, 2016

Provo City Center Temple Open House Parking Lot Supervisor -- Jan. 2016, I'll Park You At The Temple!Sung to the tune of the Primary song: “I love to see the Temple”.

I’ll park you at the temple;/
I’ll help you find your way./
I’ll give you clear directions,/
and you won’t have to pay!

For the Temple is a holy place;/
It’s great to tour and see./
The parking is all underground… /
And you can get in free!

I Love To See The Temple (Redo, Conclusion) – Revolutionary ImproVerse Song Poem

June 20, 2015

This is the final (I hope) version of “I love to see the Temple” redo that I wrote June 19th, and sang in the parking lot of the Payson, Utah Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. The video is on youtube HERE: I Love to see the Temple (Conclusion) video.

DK Temple Return, Payson Utah LDS TempleI love to see the Temple.
I’m going back today.
I used to love to serve there,
but then I lost my way.

For the Temple is a holy place
which I will not defile.
I’m going back now I am clean.
It’s taken me awhile.

Here is the original post, with a link to the original YouTube,
https://cyranowriter.wordpress.com/2014/02/15/i-love-to-see-the-temple-part-2-revolutionary-improv-primary-song-redo/

I Love To See The Temple – Part 2: Revolutionary Improv Primary Song Redo

February 15, 2014

I love to see the TempleI love to see the Temple./
I’m going back some day./
I used to love to go there/
but then I lost my way./

But the Temple is a holy place/
that I will not defile./
I’ll go back there when I am clean,/
*though it may take a while!
OR
*it’s taken quite a while!
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If you want to hear me sing the song (in improv format) as it happened, go to this link on YouTube

When My Kids Were Glad Daddy Came Home: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku Lament

June 17, 2012

This Father’s Day I/
recall when my kids were glad/
when Daddy came home.