From Foster Care to Adoption to ApologetiX
Sat., Oct. 21. 2017 10:14am EDT
With all the political strife in our country, we were happy to get this piece of good news from Washington — the state of Washington, that is:
I appreciate the music that you do. I grew up in foster care listening to all the original songs of the parodies that you do. After I was adopted and became a Christian, I quit listening to music that didn't glorify God. Thank you, Cody! That means a lot to us! Our keyboardist Chris VonBartheld was adopted, too, and the Bible says that, ultimately, all believers are adopted: "He predestined us to adoption as sons through Jesus Christ to Himself, according to the kind intention of His will, to the praise of the glory of His grace, which He freely bestowed on us in the Beloved" (Ephesians 1:5-6).
Well, I love that you changed the lyrics to glorify God and to edify others. I really would like to get the world out about you all and to be able play your music. Would it be possible that I get chords for the piano, bass, and guitar? I play all three, and it would be fun to have others I know to learn them with me.
We don't have sheet music or chords available for our parodies, because we didn't write the music, and the only way we legally can do this music is as a parody, and if we produced it without the parody words, it wouldn't be a parody anymore.
If you'd like to find the sheet music for a particular song, we would advise you to check out your local music store and ask if they have it. You can also buy sheet music for just about any song with a little creative searching on the Internet. If you're just looking for a simple way to learn the guitar parts to a particular song, you can usually find guitar tabs on the internet.