Song for Saturday: When I think of You

September 10, 2016 — Leave a comment

This week’s song, “When I think of You” is sung by the African Children’s Choir from Uganda.

[Alert: if you prefer a particular style of music, just wait. There’s a good chance my highly eclectic listening habits will eventually come around to it. If not, let me know. And as always, I’d love to hear your suggestions. What songs are singing in your head these days?]

“There is no one like and there is no one like
My Yahweh, my Yahweh
There is no one like and there is no one like
My Yahweh, my Yahweh

There is no one like and there is no one like
My Yahweh, my Yahweh
There is no one like and there is no one like
My Yahweh, my Yahweh

When I think of You
I see You dancing, You’re dancing
When I think of You
I hear You singing to me

When I think of You
I see You praying, You’re praying
When I think of You
I hear You calling for me

Yahweh, there is no one like You, Lord
Yahweh, Hallelujah, we sing
Yahweh, there is no one like You, Lord
Yahweh, Your banner for me
Your banner for me is love”

[on Michael W. Smith’s album “A New Hallelujah”]

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