It seems logical to start of 2019 posting a new song, as there might not be another song posted until January 1st 2020. The creative process is hard to predict. I have been so busy the last few years getting all of the past songs documented, that the creative process seemed to always be in front of me. There are many of the recorded Songs and psalms which need to be re-recorded including Psalms 21, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 47, 50, and Songs 361, 362, 373, and 385. There are probably others, and as I strive to review one post each day for the next 411 plus days (I can not review the 43 chapters of Job, recorded twice, in a day) I expect to find many errors to correct. So maybe it is just fantasy to talk about completeness. We will see when I complete re-recording these 12 Psalms and Songs. On the 16th of December I wrote in Grandkidlet 2016.50: “Yesterday I ‘completed’ a Christmas present for you and for your parents I have worked on at least 6 days a week for almost 3 years, and, if you go back to the origins of the first song recorded, back 51 years ago to June 1st, 1967, when The Beetles recorded “When I’m 64,” which I called “When I’m 68” in my posting at https://www.psalmscountdown.net/?p=5090. Thank you in advance for pointing out errors you see, which I will fix, while I am still alive. I hope, within the next 51 years, you will find hope, faith, love, and forgiveness (if not a form of completeness) in this effort.” I sat down and wrote the song because Audrey “liked” Grandkidlet #50, and because Andrea was at Relief Society President meetings at the church. Again the creative process is hard to predict, and it will be interesting to see how many more Songs and Psalms will be documented here before and/or after I stop paying for the website address or I die, whichever happens first.
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