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Confusion As Organist Plays One Verse Too Many

Confusion and panic erupted at the mid-week Bible Class as the organist accidentally played one verse too many during the final hymn.


Several members had already closed their hymn books and shut their eyes, as the chords continued through the unexpected fifth verse. Nervous glances across the hall ensued, with some members beginning to mumble some ambiguous and unidentifiable words to the familiar tune of the hymn.

The organist herself was still unaware of the conundrum, having worked herself up to the grand finale, and was by now belting out the tune with considerable gusto.

Realising that the organist wasn't going to stop mid-verse, some members near the front of the hall started to sing the last verse over again, while those at the rear decided to repeat the first verse instead. A few rather confused members had turned the page and were now attempting to fit the words of the next hymn to the tune being played.

Finally the verse ended and the audience once again closed their eyes and bowed their heads. A single chord suddenly bellowed from the speakers but was cut short as the organist was forced to take cover from a barrage of flying hymn books.

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