Let Me Live

October 24, 2007

Another popular pro-life Dana song sung acapella by a Soprano:

Let Me live / If you have to choose, choose me / And Let Me live / I have so much love to give you / Let Me Live

You cannot know the difference I could make / Till you look into my face, / You're my mother, / Let Me Live

Let Me Live / We have years to share together / Let Me Live / We have so much to give each other / Let Me Live

As you carry me / So I will carry you / Love will see us through / You're my mother / Let Me Live

I am waiting / Only waiting / For the day that you will hold me, / Hold me in your arms.

Come Little Child

October 24, 2007

A solo accapella version of Dana's popular pro-life song:

Come little child Come to me / Play with me / Laugh with me / For little child I can see / All that you can be

1) No more hiding in the shadows / Time to step out in the sun / You will find that your tomorrow’s / Full of things that can be done

2) Together we will climb the mountains / Together we will swim the seas / Together we will find the someone / Who’s longing to be free

Tell Out My Soul

October 22, 2007

An SAB arrangement of a lesser-known Marian hymn by Walter Greatorex.

Psalm 121

October 22, 2007

A Responsorial Psalm: "Our help is from the Lord who made heaven and earth." Sung with a descant on the refrain and SA verses.

Christians, Let Us Love One Another

October 22, 2007

A hymn derived from the melody commonly known as Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence; sung with 3 soloists and the choir.

Sing of Mary

October 22, 2007

Two verses of a wonderfully traditional Marian hymn; includes a descant on the second verse.

O God You Search Me

June 26, 2007

A powerful melody with familiar lyrics taken directly from Psalm 139; sung with a descant.

Psalm 139 (Rebbecca St. James)

June 26, 2007

A contemporary Christian song composed by Rebbecca St. James. This specific arrangement is taken from Martin Doman's album Where You Are. A beautiful and reflective masterpiece arranged as a duet and accompanied by the organ. The lyrics are provided below:

You search me; You know me; You see my every move. There's nothing I could ever do To hide myself from You.

You know my thoughts, My fears and hurts, My weaknesses and pride; You know what I am going through And how I feel inside.

But even though You know You will always love me; Even though You know You'll never let me go. I don't deserve Your love, But You give it freely. You will always love me Even though You know.

Psalm 139

June 26, 2007

“I praise you, for I am wonderfully made.” Chanted verse accompanied by organ; including an Alto harmony on the refrain.

One Bread, One Body

June 26, 2007

An arrangement of a well-known Communion hymn; sung with a descant on the refrain and a simple Baritone harmony on the verses.

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