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Modern worship band humbled after trying to sing 90s worship song

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Upcoming worship band “I’m over Hymn” are known for their new breed of worship songs that appeal to the younger generation.

However, they have been vocal with their criticism of the worship songs and hymns of yesteryear:

“They just don’t resonate with the modern feels man,” said lead-singer Wayne Vane, “I mean maybe they were considered cool but that was when people were old.”

In particular, I’m Over Hymn have been most scathing of worship songs from the 90s:

“I mean they were more cheesy than pizza,” said Nameless Long-hair, the bass player.

However, it all came to a head when they were challenged by Ivor Point, an elder in the congregation, who said:

“You youngsters have it so easy, I bet you couldn’t even make it to the end of one of our 90s worship songs!”

Wayne rose to the challenge, “Go on then! Name your song and we’ll show you!”

Ivor, whose wisdom equalled nearly 20% of Solomon’s, responded with, “I choose the Delirious? song ‘I could sing of your love forever'”

The young worship band started well and with high hopes but after singing only 27 hours, 23 minutes and 15 seconds they had to admit defeat when Wayne’s vocal chords gave out and the guitar player’s hands would no longer unclasp.

After three days of drinking Mountain Dew to recover, a more humble Wayne stated, “I had no idea these songs were so solid.  Those oldies must be like rock hard like that Peter dude.”

Since then Wayne and the band were less offensive and had all enrolled on an expensive extensive intensive endurance training course.

Reporter: John Spencer aka Not the Bible

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