Recordings By twhit
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In the Style of Steven Curtis Ch...
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I wanted to put a power point with this but I don't know how to do it and I don't have time. My feelings regarding the Holiday season are that I am thankful for everything that I have been blessed with. I have a good job and my health is fairly good. The one thing that I want to see going through this holiday and into the future is for everyone to have HOPE that there will be a better tomorrow. A big theme seen at the end of 2013 was a push for awareness to find a cure and defeat cancer. Cancer has been around for a long time and the medical world has made tremendous strides in treatment so that now, people are living years far beyond what was ever dreamed of in the past. We haven't cured cancer but we have certainly knocked a big hole in its ego. But there is another disease out there that a lot of people suffer from for which no cure has been found. Amyotrophic Lateral Schlerosis - ALS, or as it's better known as - Lou Gehrig's disease - affects as many as 30,000 americans at any given time. It is a deadly, crippling disease that takes no mercy on the body. The problem with finding a cure for the disease is that no one can really trace what causes it. They know what it is, what the symptoms are, and what it affects but they have no clue what causes it. In Melbourne, Fl there is a group of students from Westshore Jr/Sr high school who decided to take on this disease by submitting a project to go to the International Space Station to be studied in hopes of finding a cause and a cure for the disease. They did this because they had a teacher who was diagnosed with the disease who made a huge difference in their lives. They wanted to understand what it was and develop an awareness so that others would know about this disease and want to help find a cure for it. They submitted their project along with thousands of other schools and, as luck would have it, their project was chosen. It will launch from Wassop, Va on December 14, 2013. These students have hope that their project and love for their teacher will be a huge step in curing this disease. Why do I care about this and why is this on my mind and my heart for the holiday season? This teacher is also my brother-in-law. He was diagnosed with the disease in 2011 and within a year was in a wheelchair because he lost the use of his extremities. He has been in and out of the hospital so many times over the past year and there was, at one time, a feeling that he may not be here this Christmas season. But he has come through and he is proof that miracles still do exist as God permits them to. I chose this song because it talks about keeping the Hope alive that whatever your dreams are, you believe that they can be achieved. These students are the beginning of a dream they hope to see - a cure for this disease in honor of their teacher. I have provided some links so that you can read about their project and I hope that you enjoy my song. http://www.mynews13.com/content/news/cfnews13/news/article.html/content/news/articles/cfn/2013/11/20/melbourne https://sites.google.com/site/mccormickwestshore/mission-patches
In the Style of Sandi Patti
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Sandi Patti has always been one of my favorite Gospel/Christian singers and was a big influence on my desire to pursue singing. This is a very heartfelt and heart-wrenching song that depicts the suffering that Jesus went through to save us. I hope you enjoy my version.
In the Style of Josh Groban
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I can sing and I know it Challenge - Round 1 I had heard several people sing this song on here, as well as other Josh Groban songs, and I have fallen in love with a lot of them. I try to sing the ones that speak to me in a special way and this song happens to be one of those. I hope that you enjoy my version.
In the Style of Jim Varney
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This song is about a Lincoln; i'm a chevy girl and had a 2011 Camaro ss convertible with a 416 v8 in it that I once got up to 115. what a rush!! it was about 3:30 in the morning on a road that was totally dead. now i'm more sensible and drive a bmw but I still got some power. my rush a couple of weeks ago: doing 80 down 95 in my 528!!! (for those of you in the uk, that's in mph and 95 is the main interstate from florida to about new York. not sure if it goes up further than that.) my late uncle was a ford/Lincoln/mercury man and rebuilt from the bottom up a 51 mercury that was saweet!!!....he loved this song. hope you enjoy.....my only attempt i'll probably every make at rap.