I Will Follow Him | Đức Tuấn \u0026 MPU Choir | Giấc Mơ Đêm Mùa Đông 2016 | i will follow

I Will Follow Him | Đức Tuấn \u0026 MPU Choir | Giấc Mơ Đêm Mùa Đông 2016


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I WILL FOLLOW HIM
Đức Tuấn \u0026 MPU Choir
Music: Franck Pourcel | Paul Mauriat | Norman Gimbel
Arranged by Đức Trí
Conducted by Trần Nhật Minh
MPU Christmas Concert 2016

I Will Follow Him | Đức Tuấn \u0026 MPU Choir | Giấc Mơ Đêm Mùa Đông 2016

Chris Tomlin – I Will Follow (Lyrics)


Chris Tomlin I Will Follow (Lyrics)
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[Lyrics]\”I Will Follow\”
Where you go, I’ll go
Where you stay, I’ll stay
When you move, I’ll move
I will follow…
All your ways are good
All your ways are sure
I will trust in you alone
Higher than my sight
High above my life
I will trust in you alone (trust in you alone)
Where you go, I’ll go
Where you stay, I’ll stay
When you move, I’ll move
I will follow you
Who you love, I’ll love
How you serve I’ll serve
If this life I lose, I will follow you, yeah
I will follow you, yeah
Light unto the world
Light unto my life
I will live for you alone
You’re the one I seek
Knowing I will find
All I need in you alone, in you alone
Where you go, I’ll go
Where you stay, I’ll stay
When you move, I’ll move
I will follow you
Who you love, I’ll love
How you serve, I’ll serve
If this life I lose, I will follow you
I will follow you, yeah
In you there’s life everlasting
In you there’s freedom for my soul
In you there’s joy, unending joy
And I will follow
Where you go, I’ll go
Where you stay, I’ll stay
When you move, I’ll move
I will follow
Who you love, I’ll love
How you serve, I’ll serve
If this life I lose, I will follow
Where you go, I’ll go
Where you stay, I’ll stay
When you move, I’ll move
I will follow you
Who you love, I’ll love
How you serve, I’ll serve
If this life I lose, I will follow you, yeah
I will follow you, yeah
I will follow you, yeah
I will follow you, yeah
\”Let everything that has breath praise the Lord. Praise the Lord.\” Psalm 150:6
God bless us!
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Chris Tomlin - I Will Follow (Lyrics)

Chris Tomlin – Jesus (Lyrics And Chords)


Official Lyric/Chord video for “JESUS” by Chris Tomlin
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Lyrics:
There is a truth older than the ages
There is a promise of things yet to come
There is one, born for our salvation
Jesus
There is a light that overwhelms the darkness
There is a kingdom that forever reigns
There is freedom from the chains that bind us
Jesus, Jesus
Who walks on the waters
Who speaks to the sea
Who stands in the fire beside me
He roars like a lion
He bled as the lamb
He carries my healing in his hands
Jesus
There is a name I call in times of trouble
There is a song that comforts in the night
There is a voice that calms the storm that rages
He is Jesus, Jesus
Who walks on the waters
Who speaks to the sea
Who stands in the fire beside me
He roars like a lion
He bled as the lamb
He carries my healing in his hands
Jesus
Messiah, my Saviour
There is power in Your name
You’re my rock and, my redeemer
There is power in Your name
In Your name
You walk on the waters
You speak to the sea
You stand in the fire beside me
You roar like a lion
You bled as the lamb
You carry my healing in Your hands
God, you walk on the waters
You speak to the sea
You stand in the fire beside me
You roar like a lion
You bled as the lamb
You carry my healing in Your hands
Jesus
There is no one like you
Jesus
There is no one like you
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Chris Tomlin - Jesus (Lyrics And Chords)

U2 – I Will Follow (iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Live in Paris)


\”I was on the outside when you said, you said you needed me…” I Will Follow, live in Paris. From the Hamish Hamilton directed concert film ‘U2 iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Live In Paris’
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Lyrics:
I was on the outside when you said
You needed me
I was looking at myself
I was blind, I could not see.
A boy tries hard to be a man
His mother takes him by the hand
If he stops to think, he starts to cry
Oh why?
If you walk away, walk away
I walk away, walk away
I will follow.
If you walk away, walk away
I walk away, walk away
I will follow.
I will follow.
I was on the inside
When they pulled the four walls down
I was looking through the window
I was lost, I am found.
If you walk away, walk away
I walk away, walk away
I will follow.
If you walk away, walk away
I walk away, walk away
I will follow.
I will follow.
Your eyes make a circle
I see you when I go in there
Your eyes, your eyes
Your eyes, your eyes.
If you walk away, walk away
I walk away, walk away
I will follow.
If you walk away, walk away
I walk away, walk away
I will follow.
I will follow.

U2 - I Will Follow (iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Live in Paris)

Ricky Nelson – I Will Follow You (1963)


Rick Nelson was one of the very biggest of the ’50s teen idols, so it took awhile for him to attain the same level of critical respectability as other early rock greats. Yet now the consensus is that he made some of the finest pop/rock recordings of his era. Sure, he had more promotional push than any other rock musician of the ’50s; no, he wasn’t the greatest singer; and yes, Elvis, Gene Vincent, Carl Perkins, and others rocked harder. But Nelson was extraordinarily consistent during the first five years of his recording career, crafting pleasant poprockabilly hybrids with ace session players and projecting an archetype of the sensitive, reticent young adult with his accomplished vocals. He also played a somewhat underestimated role in rock \u0026 roll’s absorption into mainstream America how bad could rock be if it was featured on one of America’s favorite family situation comedies on a weekly basis?
Nelson entered professional entertainment before his tenth birthday, when he appeared with father Ozzie, mother Harriet, and brother David on a radio comedy series based around the family. By the early ’50s, the series was on television, and Ricky grew into a teenager in public. He was just the right age to have his life turned around by rock \u0026 roll in 1956 and started his recording career the following year recording a cover of Fats Domino’s \”I’m Walkin’\” that went to number four. So far the script was adhering to the Pat Boone teen idol prototype a whitewash of an R\u0026B hit stealing the thunder from the pop audience, sung by a young, goodlooking fella with barely any musical experience to speak of. What happened next was easy to predict commercially but surprisingly satisfying musically as well.
Nelson was a fairly hip kid who preferred the rockabilly of Carl Perkins and Elvis Presley to the fodder dished out for teen idols, and over the next five years he would offer his own brand of rockabilly music, one with some smooth Hollywood production touches and occasional pure pop ballads. Nelson recruited one of the greatest early rock guitarists, James Burton, to supply authentic licks (another great guitarist, Joe Maphis, played on some early sides). Some of his best and toughest songs (\”Believe What You Say,\” \”It’s Late\”) were written by Johnny and/or Dorsey Burnette, who had previously been in one of the best rockabilly combos, the Johnny Burnette Rock ‘n Roll Trio. Ricky could rock pretty hard when he wanted to, as on \”BeBop Baby\” and \”Stood Up,\” though in a polished fashion that wasn’t quite as wild and threatening as rockabilly’s Southern originators. Nelson really hit his stride, though, with midtempo numbers and ballads that provided a more secure niche for his calm vocals and narrow range. From 1957 to 1962, he was about the highestselling singer in the U.S. except for Elvis, making the Top 40 about 30 times. \”Poor Little Fool\” and \”Lonesome Town\” (1958) were early indications of his ballad style; in the early ’60s, \”Travelin’ Man,\” \”Young World,\” \”Teen Age Idol,\” and other hits pointed to a more countrified, mature style as he honed in on his 21st birthday (by which time he would shorten his billing from \”Ricky\” to \”Rick\”). He could still play rockabilly from time to time, the most memorable example being \”Hello, Mary Lou\” (cowritten by Gene Pitney), with its electrifying James Burton solos.
Nelson was lured away from the Imperial label by a mammoth 20year contract with Decca in 1963, and for a year or so the hits continued, at a less frenetic pace. Early1964’s \”For You,\” however, would be his last big smash of the ’60s. His countryrock outings attracted more critical acclaim than commercial success, until 1972’s \”Garden Party.\” A rare selfcomposed number, based around the frosty reception granted his contemporary material at a rock \u0026 roll oldies show, it became his last Top Ten hit. Nelson would continue to record off and on for the next dozen years and toured constantly, yet he was unable to capitalize on his assets. ~ Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide
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