Songs from "Paul - The Shipwreck"

Album of songs from “Paul – The Shipwreck”

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Album Liner Notes

Music & lyrics by Thomas A Dorsey

Performers:
  • Lead vocal – Katesha Campbell
  • Sopranos – Lisa Leuschner Andersen, Suzanna Champion, Edna Robinson
  • Alto & B3 – Julie MacCluskey, Kaitlin McCarthy, Edna Robinson
  • Tenor – Biff Gore, Dave LeMieux, Shaun Lloyd
  • Keys – Chris Carter
  • B3 – Kaitlin McCarthy
  • Guitar – Matt Tutor
  • Bass – DJ Pruitt
  • Drums – Kim Trammell
  • Recorded by Chris Carter at Memphis University School, Greaseland Studios, and More Than Music
  • Edited, mixed, and mastered by More Than Music, Inc.
 
Lyrics
  • Like a ship that’s tossed and driven, battered by an angry sea
  • When the storms of life are ragin’, and the fury falls on me
  • One day, just what I’ve done to make this race so hard to run
  • Then I say to my soul “Don’t worry, oh, the Lord will make a way somehow”
 
  • Try to do the best in service – I try to do the best I can
  • With the saints, I try to do the right thing, y’all – even pressed on every end
  • Many nights, I roll and toss in so much pain – just wonderin’ what the next day will bring
  • Then I say to my soul “Soul, don’t worry – oh, the Lord will make a way somehow”
 
  • The Lord will make a way somehow – lay me ‘neath the cross above
  • He will take away each sorrow, just let Him have your burdens now
  • When the load bears down so heavy, y’all, the weight is shown upon my brow
  • There’s a sweet relief, yes it is, in knowin’: I know that the Lord will make a way somehow
 
  • The Lord will make a way – I know He will – I believe He will
  • He said He would – He’ll make a way – outta no way
  • The Lord will make a way… oh yes…
  • Make a way… Make a way, outta no way
  • The Lord will make a way somehow!

Music & lyrics by Dave LeMieux

  • Performers:
    • Lead vocal, keys, tenor BGV– Dave LeMieux
    • Soprano – Katesha Campbell
    • Alto & B3 – Kaitlin McCarthy
    • Guitar – Tad Lusk
    • Bass – Ted Partin
    • Drums – James Roberson
    • Recorded by Ted Partin, James Roberson & More Than Music
    • Edited, mixed, and mastered by More Than Music, Inc.
 
Lyrics
  • What’s good? What’s good?
  • You can ask a Holy Roller – you can look to Hollywood
  • But what’s good? What’s good?
  • When the answer is bi-polar, it’s easily misunderstood
 
  • What’s acceptable, respectable changes with the times
  • What was horrible, deplorable is no longer a crime
 
  • So, what’s good? What’s good?
  • You can follow your own heart – but we’re way past childhood
  • What’s good? What’s good?
  • We could tear the thing apart – but is it science or is it an art?
 
  • We are mannerless or standardless – too rigid or too loose
  • Our own happiness is sappiness – too easily abused
  • Sound of speech and self-controlled, pure of heart and mind
  • Love can teach the young and old to have courage and be kind
  • Can we yet say what’s right or wrong? By now it seems we should know
 
  • People, get ready for what’s good
  • People, get ready for what’s good (it’s easily misunderstood)

Music & lyrics by Buddy & Julie Anne Miller

  • Performers:
    • Lead vocal & guitar – Matt Tutor
    • BGV – Shaun Lloyd
    • B3 – Chris Carter
    • Bass – DJ Pruitt
    • Drums – Kim Trammell
    • Recorded by Chris Carter at Memphis University School
    • Edited, mixed, and mastered by More Than Music, Inc.
 
Lyrics
  • The earth can shake, the sky come down
  • The mountains all fall to the ground
  • But I will fear none of these things
  • Shelter me, Lord, underneath Your wings
 
  • Dark waters rise, and thunder pounds
  • The wheels of war are goin’ ‘round
  • And all the walls are crumbling
  • Shelter me, Lord, underneath Your wings
  • Shelter me, Lord, underneath Your wings
 
  • Hide me underneath Your wings
  • Hide me deep inside Your heart
  • In Your refuge, cover me
  • Oh, the world will shake, but Lord, I’m making You my hiding place
 
  • The wind will blow, the rain can pour
  • The deluge break, the tempest roar
  • But in the storm, my spirit sings
  • Shelter me, Lord, underneath Your wings
 
  • Now, on that day You call for me
  • That day when time no more shall be
  • Oh, I’ll say “Death, where is your sting?”
  • Shelter me, Lord, underneath Your wings

Music & lyrics by Dave LeMieux

Performers:
  • Lead vocal, tenor BGV, keys – Dave LeMieux
  • Soprano – Edna Robinson
  • Alto & B3 – Kaitlin McCarthy
  • Guitar & Bass – Christoffer “Kid” Andersen
  • Drums – Lisa Leuschner Andersen
  • Recorded at Greaseland Studios and More Than Music
  • Edited, mixed, and mastered by More Than Music, Inc.
   
Lyrics
  • I went down to the water
  • And Jesus met me there
  • I was drawn to the water
  • And Jesus met me there
 
  • They’ve been tellin’ me the river is deep
  • They’ve been tellin’ me this river is wide
  • Lord, I’m as grimy as a chimney sweep
  • So make me tidy when I’m climbing up the ladder dockside

Music & lyrics by Dave LeMieux

  • Performers:
  • Lead vocal – Dave LeMieux
  • Soprano – Michelle Pulley
  • Alto – Julie MacCluskey
  • Tenor – Ayinde Russell
  • B3 & Keys – Chris Carter
  • Guitar – Matt Tutor
  • Bass – Ted Partin
  • Tambourine – Terence Clark
  • Drums – Scott Trammell
  • Recorded by Matt Tutor, Ted Partin, and More Than Music
  • Edited, mixed, and mastered by More Than Music, Inc.
 
Lyrics
  • I place my life in the hands of the Father – In the hands of the Father; I place my life
  • God, make something beautiful.
 
  • I bring my gifts and my offerings to Jesus – In the presence of Jesus, I bring my gifts
  • God, make something beautiful. God, make something beautiful
 
  • All that I have is Yours – all that I am is Yours
  • All that I do, I do for You – Make something beautiful
 
  • Now, I sing my song and I wait for the Spirit – By the power of the Spirit, I sing my song
 
  • Beautiful… Beautiful… Beautiful…
  • All the way, my Savior leads me
  • Tell me, what have I to lack beside?
  • How can I doubt His tender mercy?
  • Who through all my life has been my guide
  • Heavenly peace, divinest comfort
  • Here by faith with Him to dwell
  • For I know that I know that I know what e’er befall me
  • Jesus doeth all things well

Music & lyrics by Dave LeMieux

  • Performers:
  • Lead vocal, keys, tenor BGV– Dave LeMieux
  • Soprano – Suzanna Champion
  • Alto & B3 – Kaitlin McCarthy
  • Guitar – Tad Lusk
  • Bass – Ted Partin
  • Drums – James Roberson
  • Recorded by Ted Partin, James Roberson & More Than Music
  • Edited, mixed, and mastered by More Than Music, Inc.
 
Lyrics
  • Water! Water everywhere, but not a drop to drink
  • The shoals are shouting, “Best beware! Our quest is ships to sink.”
  • Steer clear the sands of Syrtis – they’ll strand you and your mates
  • You’ve left behind the clear seas to tempt the hand of fate
 
  • Scattered on the seabed – the wreckage dashed by storm
  • Embattled on the beachhead – asleep in uniform
  • When Caesar cannot save you – when wits and wiles fail
  • You’ll wish you’d heeded warnings, or never learned to sail
 
  • Ambition came to blind you – it swam straight up the sound
  • So keep the wind behind you, and prepare to run aground
 
  • Your craft is stalled in irons – a pointless point of sail
  • You’re past the grasp of lions – but swallowed by a whale
  • You’re three days up the channel with no way to turn about
  • A cage of your own making – may sorrow break it out
 
  • You claim the currents forced you – you say you’re duty-bound
  • So keep the prize before you, and prepare to run aground

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