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Song Ideas for Palm Sunday, April 10, 2022
Hosanna to the Son of David by Tom Booth (spiritandsong) (Procession with Palms)
Here is something I arranged a couple of years ago: a ‘verse’ to go with the beautiful and popular refrain by Brooke Ligertwood in the song Hosanna. (by Hillsong).
You could begin with the Refrain or the Verse, your choice. The song can continue to loop around as much as needed.
Some other ideas for the procession with palms:
Hosanna (Praise Is Rising) by Brown/Baloche (Capitol CMG/CCLI) “In Your Kingdom broken lives are made new. You make us new.” (Procession with Palms)
Why Have You Abandoned Me? by Cliff Petty (WLP)
My God, My God by Scot Crandal (spiritandsong.com)
Above All by Leblanc/Baloche (Capitol CMG/LenSongs Publishing, Inc./CCLI) found in the collection Voices as One vol. 2 and VOICES “Crucified, laid behind the stone, you lived to die…” (Preparation / Communion / Closing) – it actually works well for a closing song at this Liturgy. listen
At the Cross (Love Ran Red) by Tomlin et al (Capitol CMG/Brentwood-Benson/CCLI) “At the cross…where your love ran red and my sin washed white.” (Preparation / Communion / Closing)
Behold the Lamb of God by Matt Maher (spiritandsong) found in the collection VOICES “…who takes away the sins of the world…You are my Lord, it’s you I adore…Your might humbles every heart…” (Communion) listen
In Christ Alone by Getty/Townend (Capitol CMG) (Preparation/Closing) – omit verse 3
The Wonderful Cross by Tomlin/Watts/Walt/Reeves/Mason (Capitol CMG) (Preparation/Closing)
Tree of Life by Aaron Thompson (WLP) from the CD 10,000 Angels and the collection More Voices As One vol. 1 and the collection VOICES “As we travel on our journey, take our hearts and make them new.” (Communion) listen
You are My King (Amazing Love) by Billy James Foote (worshiptogether.com) found in the collection Voices as One vol. 2 and VOICES. “Amazing love, how can it be that you, my King, would die for me?” (Preparation / Second Communion) listen