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This is a song I wrote back in 2012 that is one of my favorites I’ve written. It talks about my need for God to move me and my desires out of the way so I can be used by Him. Hope you enjoy it!
Riding the high popularity of TV reality shows, China’s “Sing My Song” gets ready to enter into its second season. The first season won critical acclaim amongst industry insiders and TV audiences, and in the New Year audiences will be able to enjoy Season 2! The TV program involves contestants belting out their self-composed tunes, while judges vote by turning their chairs to discover the next music industry star.