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Singing the Vision


Mandala by Christopher Thomson

To All Angels, Faeries, Fools,
Generic Rainbow Healers,
Children of Light,
Disciples of Heart, and All Who Trance-Form Life:

Songs from Myriad Sources
Which Celebrate
the Glory of the Presence in All,
Move Us Through
the Ridiculous to the Sublime,
and Invoke
Our Soul's Song United
(Rapture).

- The Gorilla Choir Songbook

 

 

Oh the Song of the Soul
Shall Not Die Nor Grow Old
But as Ages Fly Onward
New Chords Shall Unfold
New Melodies Meeting
Inspire Us to Sing.
(*)

SouledOut Songs

Peace Prayer (1:05) Windsong
Rite of Passage (2:00) The Gorilla Choir
Celebration! (3:01) Michael & Myrica
St. Francis (4:35) Sat Nam Singh/Singh Kaur Khalsa
The Inner Glow (0:59) The Gorilla Choir
Longtime Sunshine (5:08) Sat Nam Singh/Singh Kaur Khalsa
Find Yourself in Harmony (3:37) Michael & Myrica

 

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* From "The Song of the Soul," Rev. Henry A. von Dulsem
in the hymnal Songs of Redeeming Love © 1882
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