Lord The Mountains Sing Your Glory
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SATB and Piano Sung by the Andromeda Choir (synthesized voices, really cool but they have some trouble with pronunciation). All nature praises God. Psalm 98. Each part has their own verse, then the verses join in acapella harmony, first with their
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Peak: #22   (42,097 songs currently in Classical)
Peak in sub-genre: #4   (2,899 songs currently in Choral)
Upload date
January 23, 2009
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MP3 3.3 MB, bitrate 128 kbps.
3:33 minutes
Words/music
Rob K © 2009
Story behind the song
Just wanted to write a song where the individual verses could be joined together.
Lyrics
Lord the mountains sing your glory. Lord the mountains sing your glory. Lord the mountains sing your glory. Lord the mountains sing. They쳌fre singing. Lord the mountains sing your glory. Lord the mountains sing your glory. Lord the mountains sing your glory. Lord, the mountains sing. River and ocean all join the commotion and sing with devotion Their rolling and bubbling song. Their voices are flowing. The sound ever growing. The song keeps on going through all the day and all night all night long. Little birds and flowers wile away the hours. Happy song they쳌fre singing adoration bringing. Dressed up in their bright Sunday finery, Their voices flit from note to note. Now hear their songs of veneration sung with out cessation To the Lord of glory telling now the story of awesome and astounding designery In melodies the angels wrote. Tall and strong the trees their voices raise in a song of wonder, love and praise. Arms outstretched and eyes upturned the gaze across the endless ages And like ancient sages View creation, finding wisdom there, world assembled with such love and care. So in song the offer up a prayer of thank for all this beauty rich and rare. Everyone at the same time on the above verses, then everyone at the same time on the verse below. Lord the mountains sing your glory. Lord the waters sing your glory. Lord the birds and flowers sing . The trees all join in too. Yes all creation joins in sing. With one voice their praises bringing Everywhere the song is ringing Lord, our God to you! !