Angelyne

There isn’t much in any of my hymnals for Holy Saturday.  I suppose that’s because none of the traditions I’ve bummed about with tend to go to church on the day before Easter, but noting that only reframes the issue: why skip from Friday to Sunday?

Anyway, here’s Angelyne– the song played relentlessly in my car each year until Easter.  If Peter had a guitar and a harmonica, I think this is what he would have sung today: “I tried to fake it, but you wouldn’t play along.  I watched you naked, innocent and holding on…”

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"And what shall I say, fragile vessel that I am? I shall turn to others as a friend." Dhouda's Manual, AD 841
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