Have you ever had a song that you couldn’t get out of your head? Sometimes they’re so bad you’d think Myley Cyrus had written them just to give you bad dreams.
Then there are those strange, twisted, dementedly sick videos from Billie Eilish. Good grief! I don’t advise watching them, not unless you want to stain your brain.
What’s a person supposed to do when they listen to or watch something perverted or sick that determines to repeat over and over in your mind? How do you get rid of it?
The first thing you can do – and this is the most preferred option – is listen to some good Christian music that uplifts the name of Jesus as it lifts you out of the mire of Myley’s musings. I recommend the following (with links provided):
- Building 429
- Christ Tomlin
- The Mountain Faith Band
- The Petersons
- Katie Marie
- Nicole C. Mullins
- Teddy Huffem and the Gems
- “So Will I” by Hillsong United
OR, if you’re really desperate, you can watch this video and listen to this song I wrote and recorded. Listen to it a couple of times, then sing along. It will drown out any memory of the typical soul-polluting garbage on the radio.
If you keep repeating it in your head, over and over, it might even drown out the “Baby Shark” nightmares.
3 responses to “Whadaya Do When Your Monkey Has the Hiccups? (and other song suggestions)”
It’s not the most spiritual thing, but I like Miley Cyrus singing Jolene.
Granted that’s about the only song I’ve ever heard her sing.
Hey, no joke, if want to hear a GREAT rendition of Jolene, you’ve GOT to hear the Petersens version. Wow.
Very nice! I had actually watched a few of their videos a few months ago. Adorable family.