Often the simplest games are the most fun. They usually require the least preparation and feel the most natural to play.
I’ve known and listened to the Vitamin String Quartet for a while. If you aren’t familiar with them here’s a snippet from their website.
Comprised of a rotating collective of top classical musicians, Vitamin String Quartet (VSQ) is known for its sophisticated twist on rock and pop’s biggest acts. Fusing master technique with rock n’ roll attitude, VSQ boldly reinvents the music of popular acts such as Metallica, Radiohead, and Lady Gaga with its highly successful album series, stunning live performances, and massive online presence. — About VSQ
To have some fun one afternoon at Central Youth, we queued a few of their covers and competed with each other to guess the song being played.
The musical among us dominated, but it was great fun and organised almost on the fly.
I’ve included some of the tracks we used below. If anyone knows of any other bands or groups that would work for this let me know.
an expression occurring frequently in the Psalms, thought to be a liturgical or musical direction, probably a direction by the leader to raise the voice or perhaps an indication of a pause.
I belong to no one
Like the watermelon
Rolling with momentum
Spitting out its seeds
Buried under snow and
Waiting just to show us
How it grows and knows how
Yummy it will be — Needle, Born Ruffians
In death and in life
I’m confident and covered by the power
Of your great love
My debt is paid
There’s nothing that can separate
From your great love — Jesus Culture, One Thing Remains