Sunday, April 5, 2009

Colbert Dances



This is actually one of my favorite songs, despite Colbert's rendition of it. Colbert has described himself as Catholic. I might conjecture Charismatic Catholic? Is that what dancing in the Spirit looks like?

The actual lyrics are as follows:


Refrain: The King of glory comes, the nation rejoices. Open the gates before him, lift up your voices.

1. Who is the King of glory; how shall we call him? He is Emmanuel, the promised of ages.

2. In all of Galilee, in city or village, He goes among his people curing their illness.

3. Sing then of David's Son, our Savior and brother; in all of Galilee was never another.

4. He gave his life for us, the pledge of salvation, He took upon himself the sins of the nation.

5. He conquered sin and death; he truly has risen, and he will share with us his heavenly vision.


Still, I had fun watching Colbert jump around. How about you?

14 comments:

katdish said...

Oh, that just made me laugh out loud. I love silly!

sherri said...

Well, I've never seen dancing in the spirit quite like this, but to each his own.

I hope he wasn't dancing in the spirit cause I was laughing at him, and I don't want to get struck by lightening!

Nick the Geek said...

My sister taught my daughter "clap clap point point" when she was about 22 months old. (normally I don't count months after the first year but I felt like being more precise than "almost 2 years")

Helen said...

Did anyone notice the fanvids at the bottom? I think that might be a bit excessive.

sherri said...

I quit counting the months after I turned 40.

Nick the Geek said...

really, I thought women quit counting the years after they turned 29. That is what my wife said on her last b-day.

Stacey said...

Hilarious! Thanks for the laugh, Helen!

Nick the Geek said...

what happened to the buttler cheeks?

katdish said...

Sorry. I took it down yesterday. I was watching and listening to the Tomlin video and felt a little convicted about hearing "your favor, Lord is our desire" whist being distracted by a pornographic cheese buttler. But hey...it's Monday!

Beth said...

Dig it. And as always...the comments are just as entertaining.

Nick the Geek said...

ok, so its like booty god booty, you have to take the booty down on Sunday.

Candace Jean July 16 said...

Someone can just slip some whitey tighteys over that booty on Sundays.

Nick the Geek said...

I believe bare buttlers require boxers on Sundays not whitey tighteys that may or may not have been made from left over doilies.

Helen said...

My doily underwear are completely tasteful, thank you very much!