11.19.2008

PS22 Chorus covering 'There' by the Innocence Mission

It's the little things in life. And this week it's a cover of the Innocence Mission's 'There', a little jem off one of their earlier albums, 'Glow'. It made me so happy......


6 comments:

heidi anne said...

i cried happiness. then i watched oodles of there other videos and saved it to show joey. thank you friend. i like what you share.

Katie Hund said...

That was beautiful! Oh, the joy in their faces and bodies!!

Anonymous said...

Nice to see people opening their mouths to sing. Sweet.

Mrs. eleven

Jon said...

that was amazing. i am going to re-post that everywhere.

Izzie said...

Sooo great! It made me very happy too. Thanks for sharing.

joann said...

oh man. i saw that the other day and it definitely made my afternoon, so good! maybe that chorus could tour for the innocence mission since they never do. i'd pay a lot of money to see that!!

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