Bebo norman big blue sky
Bebo Norman Quotes (Author of twentysomething)
Bebo Norman - The Hammer Holds
Big Blue Sky
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Combining earthy vocals, acoustic guitars and heartfelt lyrics, this new CD from Bebo Norman challenges us to stand in awe at the amazing breadth of our Saviour's love. With over , sales for his debut CD, Bebo is set With over , sales for his debut CD, Bebo is set to take the world by storm. With over , sales for his debut CD, Bebo is set to take the world by storm -Publisher. Beginning his critically-acclaimed career with The Hammer Holds and moving ten years later to I Will Lift My Eyes Bebo Norman has established himself as one of the most talented, approachable and gifted artists in Christian music. His keen perception, and raw honesty, have allowed him to openly share his own stories of faith, hope, love and loss, which in turn, have captured our stories as well.
Big Blue Sky is the second studio album by contemporary Christian musician Bebo Norman. The album was the first with Essential Records, and his third album.
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I don't have a lot to give This broken world can make it hard to live I got nothing left to say My empty words have simply gone away. I cannot find another sky My thoughts are heavy and they cloud my eyes But when I'm searching for the sun You rise up quickly with your kingdom come. I may not have a lot to give This broken world can make it hard to live I may have nothing left to say But I know that you will never go away. Quiero recibir notificaciones de artistas destacados y noticias. Compartir en Facebook Compartir en Twitter.
Taking the point of view back to the human level, Norman asks the Lord to "Cover Me," a tune that begins quietly and atmospherically, then dives into another anthemic plea. Norman sets aside the power approach a bit on the folksy "Sons and Daughters," giving the listener a better feeling for his low-toned vocals. The following song, "Perhaps She'll Wait," is a plaintive ballad featuring a simple acoustic guitar accompaniment. One of the more interesting tracks is "Break Me Through," less for its decent songwriting than for its ambient, new agey atmospheres. Mostly this is straightforward pop, but there's a bit of a blues influence throughout, most prominently on the title track, which features the Hammond B-3 of Mark Stallings.