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August 27, 2004



Corrine said:

"Maybe when they get a little older y'all can make a CD of the Third Day kids singing 3D songs and market it towards kids. You could call them Third Day Phase II. ;)"

Oh gosh no Corrine!

As for the Kidz Bop stuff--I teach gymnastics so my boss will buy those and play them. Besides the fact that I can just imagine the little stage kids all wanting to be singers singing them, they just kill some of the songs. Some of them I won't even listen to the real versions(Senorita??)--and then some of them I just hate to hear them kill songs I like(Alive!!)--and then some of them I just don't see how the kids can get them!

I mean, what kid is going to relate to "first cut is the deepest" or what "the trouble with love is".

Anyway, I think that my kids are only going to listen to the music I like. Or something like that.


Don't expose her to the Wiggles, lest you hear the "Fruit Salad" song over and over. And, may I suggest one of those cars that has separate stereo system (with headphones) for the passengers in the back (and it need not be a minivan).


What? No "Kidz Bop" at your house? LOL I hate it when those commercials come on. Little kids singing and dancing to songs like "The First Cut is the Deepest," "Sk8ter Boi", and "Jenny From The Block" is more than I can take. I thought it was bad enough before I started writing this post. As I was looking for songs to list here, I looked at some of the lyrics for the songs on the Kidz Bop CDs. It's awful! I wouldn't let my kids listen to that stuff, let alone sing along! Maybe I'm over protective, but I don't think it's right to sell CDs of eight year olds singing some of those songs.

Maybe when they get a little older y'all can make a CD of the Third Day kids singing 3D songs and market it towards kids. You could call them Third Day Phase II. ;)


lol! i may complain about the age of my kids making me feel old, but at least my girls have moved on to better taste in music!

They're mostly into CCM right now. I don't think that i need to tell you whom Chumani loves, now do I?


You would be wise to avoid the new dancing Elmo that sings E L M O to the tune of YMCA!


That sounds awesome. Personally I can't stand Elmo's World either, and my siblings are old enough to be singing the Spongebob Squarepants themesong everywhere.

Now THAT song is like a curse, because as I started typing that, in the other room they just started singing it. Ah!!

If I had kids I would definitely get that. As it is, I don't, so I think I'll pass for now;) Maybe in a few long years.:)

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