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You Are Precious Lord To Me

You Are Precious Lord To Me

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format 2 Part
Composer Nolan/Stevens
Arranger Jimbo Stevens
Publisher Glory Sound
Catalog # 35026335
Permanently Out of Print
Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Product Description

You Are Precious Lord To Me Composed by Nolan/Stevens. Arranged by Jimbo Stevens. For 2 Part. Published by Glory Sound. (Catalog # 35026335, UPC: 747510072058)

To be fully appreciated, listen carefully to the accompaniment and the text of “You Are Precious, Lord, To Me.” While singing, “More than silver, more than di'monds, You are precious, Lord, to me,” the accompaniment adds a sparkle which causes listeners to actually visualize the beauty of jewels and riches. Yet while imagining the exquisite luster of these worldly possessions, we realize how much more we love our Lord. “More than kingdoms, more than honor, Lord, You're ev'rything I need.” In today's materialistic world, Doug Nolan and Jimbo Stevens have teamed up to create a lovely reminder which puts our constant struggle to get ahead in perspective. Renewing.

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