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62B. My Soul Finds Rest in God Alone

Text Information
First Line: My soul finds rest in God alone
Title: My Soul Finds Rest in God Alone
Refrain First Line: O praise him, hallelujah
Publication Date: 2012
Scripture: ; ; ; ;
Topic: Assurance; Church Year: Passion/Palm Sunday; Comfort and Encouragement (25 more...)
Tune Information
Name: [My soul finds rest in God alone]
Composer: Stuart Townend
Composer: Aaron Keyes
Key: C Major
Copyright: © 2007 ThankYou Music, admin. worshiptogether.com songs/EMI CMG Publishing, excl. UK and Europe, admin. Kingsway Music/www.kingswaysongs.com
Notes: Typically 5/4 time signatures signal driving rhythms of 3+2. Here it does something quite different. Think of these stanzas as being in a very relaxed, common time rhythm, with a built-in repose at the end of each measure—an extra beat to catch one’s breath before moving on.

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