Simon & Garfunkel’s Lesser Known Work

The Washington Post has a unique correction today, whereby one wonders how such a mistake could have snuck through the paper’s rigorous fact-checking procedures:

A May 1 Metro article incorrectly said that worshipers at Iglesia Santa Maria, an Episcopal congregation in Falls Church, sing Simon and Garfunkel’s “Sounds of Silence” in Spanish before taking Communion.

For the record, congregants actually sing “Padre Nuestro, Tu Que Estas,” with lyrics based on the Lord’s Prayer to the TUNE of “The Sound of Silence.” Come on, that should have been obvious to anyone–unless of course you happened not to speak Spanish and so just listened to the music….