Major Scales is a musician, writer, and performer based in Seattle.
Major Scales is a musician, writer, and performer based in Seattle. Photo by Jeff Dorion

Good morning. It's Sunday, March 29, and today's message is an original song composed and performed by Major Scales.

"I hope you're having an excellent morning," he says in his message, "and if for some reason you're having a particularly tough one, I hope that this song helps."

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He adds, "I wrote it just for this."

Major Scales is a musician, writer, performer, tie enthusiast, and occasional accordionist based in Seattle.

As his bio states, he has written everything from award-winning New York shows on the east coast to music for amateur adult films on the west.

And yes, that is a reference to HUMP!

If he looks familiar to you and you're wondering where you know him from, it's probably this.

You can follow him on Instagram.
For more hilarious pictures, you should follow him on Instagram. Photo by José Guzman Colon

If not for the lockdown, he’d currently be on his third U.K. tour with show partner Jinkx Monsoon.

He can also be seen in Seattle performing his annual Halloween horror extravaganza with BenDeLeCreme, Beware the Terror of Gaylord Manor! (We'll have shows again by October, right?) Here's what Major looks like in that:

(Mmm. Chocolate cereal. Is it a chocolate cereal kind of day? Might be.)

In Major's song today, he sings:

Though we'll follow the rules to protect our health
You can find in the rules a little room for yourself.

Thank you so much for that message, Major.

And thank you for putting it in song.

Have a good Sunday, everyone.


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Also in this series:


John Rodericks message to the city on April 3.
John Roderick's message to the city on April 3.

Bill Cartys message to the city on April 2.
Bill Carty's message to the city on April 2.

Price Suddarths message to the city on April 1.
Price Suddarth's message to the city on April 1.

Kary Waysons message to the city on March 31.
Kary Wayson's message to the city on March 31.

Ellen Forneys message to the city on March 30.
Ellen Forney's message to the city on March 30.

Major Scaless message to the city on March 29.
Major Scales's message to the city on March 29.

E. J. Kohs message to the city on March 28.
E. J. Koh's message to the city on March 28.

Ken Jenningss message to the city on March 27.
Ken Jennings's message to the city on March 27.

Demarre McGills message to the city on March 26.
Demarre McGill's message to the city on March 26.

Lynn Sheltons Message to the City on March 25th.
Lynn Shelton's Message to the City on March 25th.

Timothy White Eagles message to the city on March 24.
Timothy White Eagle's message to the city on March 24.

Cookie Coutures message to the city on March 23.
Cookie Couture's message to the city on March 23.

Sarah Rudinoffs message to the city on March 22.
Sarah Rudinoff's message to the city on March 22.

John Osebolds message to the city on March 21.
John Osebold's message to the city on March 21.


Ben Gibbards message to the city on March 21.
Ben Gibbard's message to the city on March 20.

Nathan Chans message to the city on March 19.
Nathan Chan's message to the city on March 19.

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