Learn to Sing: The Lord Bless You and Keep You

20 07 2010

As most of you know, this song is sung at all our farewells and I’m sure that like me, most of you just find yourselves trying to “figure out” the song while the older ones at our church sing it. When well sung, its beautiful but because a lot us dont know it, there have been times where ive been part of a really painful rendition of it.

Well everyone, here’s your chance to learn it! Each part has been posted below and just find your part and start singing away!

Lyrics:
The Lord bless you and keep you
The Lord lift His countenance upon you,
And give you peace, and give you peace;
The Lord make His face to shine upon you,
And be gracious, and be gracious;
The Lord be gracious, gracious unto you.
Amen(8x)

Alto

Soprano

Tenor

Bass

Altogether

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12 responses

20 07 2010
Myra

yay! this is great. i love to sing this song of blessing for people but its not really a blessing when i sing it. i’ll defintely practice. thanks!

21 07 2010
this is great!

What a wonderful idea!

Soprano and Tenor parts don’t seem to be playing however as of Tuesday night.

21 07 2010
anderchen

sorry about that, they should be working now!

21 07 2010
grace

woohoo! this is awesome! i always wanted to learn the alto part! i can only hear the soprano part being sung usually 🙂

22 07 2010
jennchen

this is really helpful 🙂 thanks!

9 08 2010
Arie

This is perfect! Thank you!

12 08 2010
Carmen

This is beautiful. Thank you so much, even though I am tone deaf. =)

26 05 2011
Steven

Nice post, thanks for sharing! 🙂

6 09 2011
SAMSON

IT IS REALLY VERY HELPFUL. GOD BLESS.

18 10 2011
Worship Flags

Beautiful! Thanks for sharing.

18 06 2012
Rick

What a great idea.

24 06 2013
parkben

Whoo. forgot about this post for a while.. Maybe each year we should send this out before all the mission trips!

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