The Finch Formerly Known As Gold

15 December 2005

The gift you know can't fail

It was just a matter of time: the B.C. Clark jingle as a ringtone.

If you'd rather have, um, some other format, this is the page for you.

(Number of times I have sung this in public: one.)

Posted at 8:09 PM to City Scene


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Nothing new from me tonight -- sorry about that. I've been busy wrapping up Christmas shopping and working on next week's column. In the meantime, if you're a displaced Oklahoma Citian and homesick for the B. C. Clark jingle, Charles G. Hill has some g......[read more]

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Charles notes that jewelry is the gift to give. Why? Because it's the gift you know can't fail. Non-Okies are probably scratching their head and wondering what we are talking about. We are, of course, talking about the BC Clark Jingle -- a staple of Ok......[read more]

It's not Christmas without the damn jingle, dammit. It just isn't.

By the way, the sheet music on that page is kind of wrong - the chord symbols are far from what you hear on the recording. (Think C, Am, F, G for the most part.)

Several years back, B.C. Clark sold a CD with the jingle and several generic choral carols on it, so I've had it in MP3 (and now AAC) format for a long time.

B.C. Clark on the iPod - consumerism meets consumerism. God bless America.

Posted by: Matt at 3:04 AM on 16 December 2005

Thank you, thank you, Chaz. I now have it as my ringtone. Makes me feel all warm and cuddly waiting for my Christmas jewelry.

Posted by: Dr. Jan at 10:42 AM on 18 December 2005