Songs

Just Be Held – Song #7

                 
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I’m continuing my Song-A-Day month. Songs can mean a lot to us and here’s a bit why this one’s one I have to share . I bet most of you can remember a time God showed you He knew just what you needed. God, again, showed that to me years ago, via the radio, one day in my car.

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Songs

Because You Love Me – Song #4

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Have you ever cried the first time you heard a song, or as that saying goes ‘balled your head off’?  I sure have. One certain song called Because You Loved Me, by Celine Dion, sure did that to me. Still to this day it dampens my eyes. 

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Songs

So Long Self – Song #3

                 
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I’m sure you all have that perfect song that explains how you felt on one of those most important days of your life. Out of all the songs I’ve chosen to share this month, how dare I not show this one. After all,  it opens up those perfect words on how I felt, not just on one of the best days of my life, but on THE  best day of my life: the day the Lord had the new me say so long to my old self.

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Sharing Songs – Song #2

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Click the song  below to listen as you read.

Song (n)

– A piece of music, usually employing a verbal text, composed for the voice, esp one intended for performance by a soloist

– A short poem or other set of words set to music or meant to be sung.

 – The act or art of singing

I’m sorry, but my definition of ‘song’ is simple. A song is a  M.U.S.T.

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Extra

Why?

I wish I was one who could say I feel like dancing, smiling ear to ear, as each day goes by. But honestly, as of late, some days I don’t even feel like walking. I’ve been finding myself thinking
‘Are you sure about this, Lord? It sure doesn’t seem what happened to my callorbone six weeks ago exactly fits into a comfortable plan I prefer.’

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