Kidjam and The Who?

Hey Ya’ll,

I posted a few weeks ago that Deb and JJ had me doing a parody of The Who’s “Pinball Wizard” song. Instead of a kid playing pinball, we have Nehemiah rebuilding “the wall”. We missed the debut in Kid Jam because we were on vacation, but I heard they loved it.

Posting this proves one thing… I no longer give a RIP about how ridiculous I may sound. From the get-go, I knew this sounded crazy, silly, ridiculous .. (some would say horrible!) .. but the only way this type of thing works is if you are willing to jump in and do it with gusto … so, I’d ask that you remove your “I’m all grown up and cool now” glasses and put yourselves into the shoes of a 1st grader.


Please wait until AFTER COMMENTING to put your “I’m all grown up and cool now” glasses back on, and enjoy your day here @ The Internet.

For the Kingdom,


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14 comments on “Kidjam and The Who?

  1. mandy says:

    and THAT’S why they pay you the big bucks.

  2. Fred says:


    Hope THIS makes you laugh today – you wanted a laugh every day this week, right?


  3. Pat Dryburgh says:

    Hey Fred,
    I labeled the post “Worship Confessional.”
    Let me know if that is right.
    Pat D

  4. Ben Harrell says:

    Fred, I’d very much like you to break out one day and write a whole rock opera. That’d be fun. This track was VERY fun to listen to. Nice work.

  5. Robert McKinnon says:

    We did it here, too. It was hillarious! The kids loved it, and that’s what it’s all about. Our praise and worship leader was Nehemiah, and Mida Smith (remember her??) was one of the builders doing the air guitar on the shovel. I laughed until it hurt, but the kids are still singing that song!

  6. Fred says:

    Ben – Let’s Do it!
    Robert –

    Did you guys have someone cover it like that – like w/ a recording, or did they sing it live? I told Deb I should get that audio trax to North Point in case others needed it.

    Yeah – same curriculum … great stuff. The kids DON’T FORGET this stuff.

    See ya, bro!

  7. Daddy says:

    I think its cool!!!!

  8. Billy Chia says:

    hahaha. I love it!
    I hear a little Jack Black in there.

  9. Chris Moncus says:

    Dude. I was there. It was awesome! Especially the kids on stage acting it out.

  10. debby says:

    i loved it! were you definitely channeling jack black…in a good way? I’m gonna send the link to all our band and children’s church folk.

  11. russ says:

    Nice!! Keep it up!

  12. Nicky says:

    Gosh Fred, I’m speechless. Thought about you Sunday as I covered 2 services. Glad to see you so happy! Keep up the good work.


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