Wrenches: A-maaa-zing grease how sweet the sound that saved a wrench like meee... Preacher: Oillelujah!
I wonder if this congregation is of metric or imperial faith?
Wait for the “Lugnuts” to perform.
(Of course, the adjustable wrenches accept everybody.)
And Lousey’s a lefty
“Praise the Mechanic! Let Him use us as He wishes!”
We are all tools in the hands of God……or we’re just a bunch of tools, I’m not sure which.
The Revised Version goes “… saved a ratchet like me”
Seems a little screwy to me. :-)
Followed by a baptism in WD 40?!? . . . . . ☻
It’s a song that spanners generations.
A grazing maceHow sweet the poundThat flattened a wretch like theeWhose head is flatThat once was roundDone in by my mace and me.Does anyone realize that the words to Amazing Gracecan be sung to the tune of the Theme From Gilligan’s IsleAnd vice-versa?Try it.
You tight up my life!!!!
I wonder if they accept Darwin’s theory that they’re descended from monkey wrenches.
Hey! The third one from the right is a metric heretic. Burn him!
One thing to make it better: the cross on the pulpit should be a crossbar tire iron.
Amazing Grace is about life not funerals.
Pew! Those puns stink! Oops, hope no one puts a hex on me for that! The oil-stained glass is a nice touch.
Socket to me brother!
Is that Allen at the key baord?
That’s why hymnals have a metrical index – you can put words to one and music to another of the same meter and have a cheap and quick anthem arrangement. Of course, little details like tempo and occasionally phrasing need to match too. A good example of a perfect match is singing the Prologue to the Canterbury Tales (in the original) to These Foolish Things Remind Me of You.
I can hardly wait for the screwdrivers version
You’re all very clever.
Thank you to all the commentors – Lots of laughs today! You can usually count on Argyle Sweater to bring out the best in you all.
…I once was tight, but now unbound, was stuck, but now I’m free!
ratchet up the volume on that sound system will ya!Looks like their God’s name is Henry.
There favorite song was by Archie Bell and the Drells.
Arghhhh!! I’ll never hear that beautiful anthem the same again! You have ruined it!! LOL — keep it up, you make me laugh every day… Joyous
You’re all preaching to the plier….
Now I’m not looking for app solution. — Depeche Mode