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FIVE THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED-EIGHTY (HOW MANY KNOW?) Nobody knows, nobody knows the pain You suffered No one can know, can truly know the pain You suffered The pictures show You hanging from The Cross No marks but the five…
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Thanks guest 9618245210. Can I ask how you came upon the song?

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FIVE THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED-EIGHTY (HOW MANY KNOW?) Nobody knows, nobody knows the pain You suffered No one can know, can truly know the pain You suffered The pictures show You hanging from The Cross No marks but the five…
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Unbelievably beautiful! What a wonderful way to praise our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Thank you for this very moving song.

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Night Falls Capo 5th fret Intro G C/G G Gsus :// G C G Night falls into day G C G Gone now, yesterday D Em The sun rising D…
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Absolutely lovely!

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The Ave Maris Stella is a popular liturgical hymn of unknown origin. It can be dated back to at least the 9th century for it is preserved in the Codex Sangallensis, a 9th century manuscript now in the Swiss Monastery of St. Gallen. Its appearance…
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Guest said

Very fine rhythm. Tom.

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This is The Apostles' Creed put to music. My brother Mike is also singing on it.
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Very interesting version of The Apostles' Creed. Intro remind me R.E.M and chorus Morrissey. Great work ;)

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FIVE THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED-EIGHTY (HOW MANY KNOW?) Nobody knows, nobody knows the pain You suffered No one can know, can truly know the pain You suffered The pictures show You hanging from The Cross No marks but the five…
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Can give on youtube karaoke version of your song 5,480 (how many know) cause i want to sing that song i like it so much!

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FIVE THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED-EIGHTY (HOW MANY KNOW?) Nobody knows, nobody knows the pain You suffered No one can know, can truly know the pain You suffered The pictures show You hanging from The Cross No marks but the five…
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Guest (73.10.226.26 Thank you

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FIVE THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED-EIGHTY (HOW MANY KNOW?) Nobody knows, nobody knows the pain You suffered No one can know, can truly know the pain You suffered The pictures show You hanging from The Cross No marks but the five…
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Wow, this is beautiful ☺️. Very powerful! You are very talented!!

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This is the Sequence for the Mass for the Feast of Corpus Christi set to music. This is the short version because the long version has a lot of verses. In my recording I sing the first verse as an introduction and then go to the short version…
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Thank you, Paul. 🙏 God bless you. 🙏 Sandra

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This is the Guardian Angel prayer that many Catholic children learn. I put it to music thinking about my grandchildren, especially little Declan who was having trouble sleeping at night. G-------------------------------- Angel of God, my…
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Aawww, I love it. I hope little Declan can sleep now. God bless his little heart. 😇 🙏 ♥️ Sandra

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The line "There's nothing outside the shadow of the cross" came to me from Fr. Donald Calloway. It was something he said in an interview on EWTM with Marcus Grodi. I saw this in January of 2019 and made a note of it because i thought it would…
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👏👏👏👏👏 I love it, Paul, as I do all your songs! I love the ukuleles! And of course, your voice and the song. God bless you. Sandra.

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FIVE THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED-EIGHTY (HOW MANY KNOW?) Nobody knows, nobody knows the pain You suffered No one can know, can truly know the pain You suffered The pictures show You hanging from The Cross No marks but the five…
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Thanks Kendra for your comment from a year ago! There’s no way to respond on here other than to leave a comment in response and hope the person returns to hear the song and sees it.

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I wrote this song a number of years ago - perhaps some time in the mid 90's and recorded it at the time on cassette tape. This is a new recording of it but produced like the original. It's about someone I knew who was mentally ill with some form…
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Thanks Sandra - glad to hear you enjoy the songs. I will pray for your friends - Bradley was the man’s name. Sorry I couldn’t send this privately -as far as I know there is no way to respond other through another comment

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I wrote this song after reading the book, Immanuel's Veins by Ted Dekker. At the end of the story the main character recalls the first verse of a hymn. I looked it up on the internet and learned that it is a hymn by an Englishman, William Cowper…
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Thank you, Sandra. Often when I read poems or prayers a melody comes right away, especially if it is an uncomplicated meter.

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This is an instrumental in a full D tuning - low to high DADF#AD.
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Thanks, Sandra!

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I wrote this song after reading the book, Immanuel's Veins by Ted Dekker. At the end of the story the main character recalls the first verse of a hymn. I looked it up on the internet and learned that it is a hymn by an Englishman, William Cowper…
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I always love when you just compose your own melodies for songs you find and sing. 👏👏👏 🙏 Sandra.

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This is an instrumental in a full D tuning - low to high DADF#AD.
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If I could favorite this, I would! Sandra.

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This is an instrumental in a full D tuning - low to high DADF#AD.
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Greg Connor, I know your comment is from a few years back. Just wanted to let you know that I would've loved to have heard your Irish whistle along with Paul's brilliant and beautiful guitar playing.

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This is a poem by A. A. Milne from his children's book, WINNIE-THE_POOH. The musical setting and tune is my own. I just discovered that there is one more verse, so I'll probably record it again.
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That's great Paul. I'm looking forward to hearing it. When I started playing this song, my sleeping kitty woke up right away and looked over my way, right where my speaker is. And she started with her slow blinks. A sure sign she loves your song! 😻😸😄 Sandra

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I recorded this to sound like something the early Beatles would have done. There are about ten Beatle songs referenced in it. My children (now all adults) were singing on this and I like the end where they can be heard laughing.
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Hi Sandra - that was my children! They helped sing and clap at the end of the song. They are all grown now ranging from late 20’s to early 30’s.

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