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You, O Lord: A Song February 24, 2010

Posted by Phil Groom in Songwriting.
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A song that’s been going around in my head this morning, growing as it goes along. It doesn’t rhyme and probably doesn’t scan: I know nothing of such things; but for some reason or other, it won’t let me go. It’s also far too happy-clappy for my theology, but hey, what’s the point of theology if you can’t be flexible?

I have my own tune for it: I’ll let you make up yours.

You, O Lord, are the light of life that’s shining;
You, O Lord, are the everlasting way.

You, O Lord, bringing hope to those who seek you;
You, O Lord, bringing joy to those you find.

You, O Lord, bringing down the high and mighty;
You, O Lord, lifting up the poor and weak.

You, O Lord,
You, O Lord
(repeat to fade)

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