Pronouns 2: The Musical – Act 4: Their

The Story

Welcome to Pronouns 2: The Musical.

Some may ask, “Pronouns?”, but we at A Frank Angle say, “Why not pronouns!”

Why a sequel to Pronouns? Again, “Why not!”


Act 1: My
Act 2: Mine
Act 3: Our

Act 4: Their

Every country can be defined through their food, their music and their language. That’s the soul of a country. (Quincy Jones, musician)

Their kitchen is their shrine, the cook their priest, the table their altar, and their belly their god. (Charles Buck, writer)

Most people are other people. Their thoughts are someone else’s opinions, their lives a mimicry, their passions a quotation. (Oscar Wilde, dramatist)

Countries under foreign command quickly forget their history, their past, their tradition, their national symbols, their way of living, often their own literary language. (Slobodan Milosevic, criminal)

The pride people take in their work transcends to their homes, their education, families and communities. (Leonard Boswell, politician)

People have their complexities. They have their heroic moments and their villainous moments, too. (Ryan Reynolds, actor)

People tend to forget their duties but remember their rights. Indira Gandhi, statesman

Small is the number of people who see with their eyes and think with their minds. (Albert Einstein, scientist)


Songs must have Their in the title


  • No duplicates songs regardless of artists
  • Foreign language equivalents unacceptable
  • “They are” (they’re) are unquestionable unacceptable

Production Note

  1. To prevent browsers crashing from loading too many videos, please
  2. Include the song title and artist in your text, and
  3. Paste the URL as part of your last line (not a new line). The latter will provide a link, thus not embed the actual video … but I don’t mind unembedding, so apologies are not necessary.


Welcome to Act 4! Only two more acts left in Pronouns 2: The Musical. We secured a big star for the opener. She’s won 10 Grammy Awards. She’s number 50 on Rolling Stone’s 100 Greatest Singers of All Time. She’s number 89 on Rolling Stone’s Greatest Guitarists of All Time. Singing Longing in Their Hearts, she is Bonnie Raitt!


Act 5: Your (next weekend)