We felt impressed to do this song because of the theme of our Pastor's sermons... God must increase, and we must decrease. We need to come to him even when w...
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Hey Chrystal! I'm going to be posting a lyric writing exercise in the Songwriting group, so definitely check it out.
Thanks Evan!! :) Really appreciate it!!! :D and no problem!
Both of your voices sounded so colorful and refreshing! Thanks for sharing. :)
Thank you!! :D We heard it on one of the Christian Stations in Wisconsin and We just heard really gorgeous harmonies throughout and thought we could sing well with that piece. Then we actually dug deep into the lyrics and felt it an appropriate song to perform at church because everyone goes through rough times and tends to fall away from God a little bit but if we just focus on Him it all falls back into place. When it comes to writing music, I have written some songs, I just cannot, for the life of me write lyrics for any of them!! I am great at writing stories, poems, etc.. but then I get to writing lyrics, I become brain-dead. -____- I would LOVE to join the songwriting group. It might help me substantially. xD
You have a beautiful voice Chrystal! Both of you did a really great job on the harmonies. What attracted you to this song? Have you ever written any original music from the inspiration you get from your pastor's sermons? You might be interested in joining the Songwriting group, where we discuss cover songs there!
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