a joyful noise unto the Lord." (Psalm 100:1, and other psalms)
"Who'd you think was gonna make the sacrifice:
Eminem, 50 Cent, or Vanilla Ice?"
Listen now to a free "streaming"/downloading version of the first part of
"Saigon in the Sand"
by David Boyle: please click on
To purchase the full-length song, "Saigon in the Sand" (c. 4:56 long), for $0.99 by means of PayPal, please click on
"Refund policy" (as some of my service providers may demand I state one): poignantly,
no refunds of your mighty $0.99, unless somehow there is evidence "beyond a
reasonable doubt" that the song did not successfully download at all or some similarly
heinous technical problem has occurred.
(On the principle of "satisfaction guaranteed or your money back", though, feel free to
write and try to convince me that the worth of the song itself--not even mentioning my
time for reading your mail, processing a refund, etc.--, somehow does not add up to
99 cents of value. It's always remotely possible to convince anyone of anything...
God bless you.)
Please send your polite and civil suggestions to the author and performer;
e.g., would people like this to be available in CD format?? at
firstname.lastname@example.org . Comments may be posted, although you may ask for them not
to be, and the request will be honored.
"The Rapping of the Christ" Copyright 2004 David Boyle.
"Rappenheit 9/11" Copyright 2004 David Boyle.
"Saigon in the Sand" Copyright 2004 David Boyle.
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