The Art of Biblical Allusion

I’ve got a whole lot of music to share — quite the backlog actually. But Annie over at Jewibiquitous today reminded me of how much I love this song, so I thought I would start here, with Regina Spektor’s Samson:

Here’s the song:

Option-click (on Mac) or Alt-click (on Windows) to download the song.


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