Sting wrote this when he became interested in songs with nonsense lyrics, He claimed it was his son who came up with the title. He says that people who dismiss this song have not bothered to listen to the lyrics.
It's been a rough month for Rolling Stones fans. Keyboard player Ian McLagan and sax man Bobby Keys died a day apart. I don't know much about Ian other than the fact he was a happy fun-loving guy (much like Ronnie Wood who he played with in Faces.) I know he was frail and sickly, which eventually led to his early retirement touring with the Stones.
Cheech Marin has enjoyed a great career as a comedian, actor, and musician. The Cheech and Chong Tour with War comes to the DECC Symphony Hall January 23rd 2015, Chris Allen gives him advice and even gets hung up on.
This carol's melody is from the 16th century song Greensleeves. In 1865 the English poet and lay theologian William Chatterton Dix wrote a Christmas poem entitled The Manger Throne and a few years later Sir John Stainer merged 3 verses of Dix's lyrics and Greensleeves to produce What Child Is This.
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