Episode: 149-Japanese Fairy Tales: Son of a Peach


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149-Japanese Fairy Tales: Son of a Peach

Why you absolutely should take the biggest peach you can find in the supermarket and sing to it. It might just hatch a baby! Unfortunately your fairy tale baby will do what fairy tale babies do: grow up and hear that call to adventure, going out to seek their fortune, taking no more than a plucky attitude and an angry dog to battle the evils of the world.

The creature this time is Batman...if Batman was a literal bat who turned into an old man.

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“Adventure” by Chad Crouch

“Coin Op” by Chad Crouch

“Periwinkle” by Chad Crouch

“Chyrsalis” by Podington Bear

“Gambrel” by Blue Dot Sessions

“Holding Hands” by Podington Bear



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