“I Love You and Buddha Too” - Mason Jennings
This song embraces the concepts of tolerance and belief in B-flat. Jennings has noted that while this catchy track came to him as what a “modern protest song” might sound like while driving and that he knew it was meant to be in B-flat from the beginning, he later learned two pieces of information he felt were just a little more than coincidence.
One, researchers have found that there is a black hole in the Perseus cluster which is emitting massive sound waves in the tune of B-flat. Over a million billion times lower than the lowest sound audible to the human ear, this single note travels 250 million light years to buffet the Earth in a perpetual, deeper-than-deep tone.
Second, many love songs and songs purported to “open up the heart chakras” are recorded in B-flat.
Regardless of such ponderings, “I Love You and Buddha Too” is simple, melodic, fun to sing, and openly loving of the great wonder that is humanity’s desire to believe.