Century Plant (Victoria Williams/CAMP piano karaoke cover)





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Uploaded on May 6, 2008

Seeing as I haven't posted anything in a while, and seeing as I'm less busy with things, I just thought I'd want to. Here's my favorite part of the movie "CAMP", when the kids perform the work of Bert Hanley. Hanley, as a counselor/director, wants to make the camp more normal for the kids, but the minute he hears this song, he decides that "the more normal we try to make them, the more lonely and isolated they're gonna feel," letting them go ahead with the idea of doing his music for the benefit production. The song, written by Victoria Williams, couldn't be more right in this set of circumstances in the movie, with its simple convincing refrain, "Hey, do you wanna come out and play the game? It's never too late." Hanley cynically doubts his own words as he walks away and crumples one of his photocopied sheets. One of our heroes in the film, Vlad, gets everyone to raise their voices in mighty chorus, eventually enticing Hanley to join in the band. I love this part in the film; it speaks out, especially to me, a person who loves group singalongs and song circles. I made some minor mistakes here and there, but ignore them. Comments are welcomed with open arms! And if anyone wants to create their own individual or group singalong to this video, please do!

Remember, it's never too late to play the game!

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