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  • way2walk

    This track is nothing short of a masterpiece. RICH!

    24 May 2013 Reply
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  • Oopcident

    My reaction to this song: :-) :) :o) :] :3 :c) :> =] 8) =) :} :^) :っ) :-D :D 8-D 8D x-D xD X-D XD =-D =D =-3 =3 B^D :'-) :')

    20 Jan 2013 Reply
  • woodtrevor21

    I first heard this track after being given it for being a part of a Christian Music newsletter. This song, even from the onset, drew me in so quickly that it has been difficult to "put it down". I get so immersed in this track as it is pure beauty, the vocals and the amazing instruments put all together for an amazing sound/experience. I hope you all enjoy it as much as I have. I searched to see if they had a video for this song and came across a live performance of this on YouTube. I must say, the studio version is a great version but the live version is just as wonderful if not clearer instrumentally making it that much more beautiful. It helps that the song is just that good, in my honest opinion.

    12 Jul 2012 Reply
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  • txanimator

    Great song from one of the most unique Christian albums I've heard in some time, and I love it. I'm not sure if Sarah's other music is like this, but I can't say enough positive things about this album. It's nice to hear a bit of artistry, which I think is sometimes lacking in today's popular Christian music. The message is always key of course, and Sarah blends all the elements magnificently.

    22 Mar 2012 Reply

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