Thursday, November 25, 2021

Vineyard shouting with the bee whom hump

Searching for "vineyard shouting" turned up this link, for some reason!

"Savior offer salvation. with the vineyard shouting, with the bee whom hump, with the beam, singing, whom Now . . ."

The link is to a very long video of a Hindu ceremony which seems to have nothing whatsoever to do with the word salad accompanying the Google search result. Starting at about the 2.5-hour mark there's a sermon in English, about "Mata" ("the Mother," apparently about the goddess Durga). I only watched a tiny bit of it (I generally follow up leads from the sync fairies, but there are limits!), but there seems to be nothing about vineyards or bees or anything like that.

I posted "Bee like a sunflower" just two days after posting "The shouting of the grape-treaders," so bees turning up in the search results for "vineyard shouting" seems significant. (Actually, the whole search was an error on my part; the actual biblical expression I was looking for commentary on is "vintage shouting.")

It's not just "vineyard shouting with the bee," though; it's "with the bee whom hump." On October 31, I posted "No escape from coincidence," in which I connect the Black Eyed Peas with bees, mentioning both the similarity to the band name Blue-Eyed Bees and their song "Imma Be" with its bee-themed cover art. What's the Black Eyed Peas' most infamous song?

"My Humps."

I'ma get, get, get, get you drunk
Get you love drunk off my hump
My hump, my hump, my hump, my hump, my hump
My hump, my hump, my hump, my lovely little lumps
Check it out


I'ma make, make, make, make you scream
Make you scream, make you scream
'Cause of my hump (hump), my hump, my hump, my hump (what?)
My hump, my hump, my hump (hump), my lovely lady lumps
Check it out

Get you drunk. Make you scream. Vineyard shouting, with the bee whom hump. Check it out.

1 comment:

Sasha Melnik said...

Strong sense of The Underworld there in the lyrics too.

Rioja Rioja Reverend Al Green..

Never mind, Lord . . .

Please, God, save us from this terrible storm -- oh, never mind, it's just stopped! -- traditional prayer Good night, Westley. Good work...