The Song of Deborah and Barak to the Tune of The Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Theme

I have an odd way to read sections of the Bible where a story is being recounted in a song. Take Judges Chapter 4 and 5 for example. This morning I was reading my Bible and I get the story of Deborah and Barak in chapter 4. Chapter 5 is basically the same story, yet put to song. Some time a while back I learned that if I put my own little tune to the words, it makes the read more fun, but also helps me to get through it quicker. If only I learned this trick back in college literature reading.

Well, my daughters were watching the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse in our den at the time… hence the background accompanyment for my read of chapter 5 this morning.

I chuckled as I read in verse 26:

She Pounded Sisera, she pierced his head = Hot Dog, Hot Dog, Hot Diggidy Dog.

So, totally unrelated,  what are you reading right now?

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7 thoughts on “The Song of Deborah and Barak to the Tune of The Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Theme

  1. I’m re-reading Harry Potter. Just started Order of the Phoenix last night.

    Been a little while since I read the whole series and I needed a fix.

      • Yeah, we both dig the movies. I really enjoyed the cinematography and the music of Half-Blood Prince. I also really dug the final fight at the Ministry in Order of the Phoenix.

        Honestly though, the more we get into the last few books, the more the movies leave out. I get why, but it’s kinda disappointing.

        So much good stuff was left out of HBP and they set things up to where the last two Deathly Hallows movies are gonna be a little bit different from the book.

  2. Reading: 1. Hebrews, 2. Behavioral Economics 3. Fundamentals of Creative Design
    Maybe I should put the hot diggity dog behind the econ stuff…

    In other news, I checked out books from the library for the first time ever yesterday, it was a small win haha.