Sing To The King

Author: Billy James Foote

Billy Foote started leading worship in 1990, right after graduating from East Texas Baptist University. At first it was just him and his guitar, but after a few years he added a bass player and a drummer, and his wife Cindy joined on vocals. In the late 90s, he began to write music. Around 2000, Foote developed a neurological condition called hyper-dysphonia, which greatly affected his vocals. Cindy took over singing the lead vocals when touring or recording, but Foote continued to write. Some of his more well-known songs are "Amazing Love (You are My King)," "Sing to the King," and "You are God Alone." Laura de Jong Go to person page >

Author: Charles Silvester Horne

Charles Silvester Horne (1865–1914) was a famous late 19th century and early 20th century Congregationalist minister, who additionally served as Liberal M.P. for Ipswich, and was a noted orator. He was also the father of the humorous broadcaster, Kenneth Horne. He was born in Cuckfield, Sussex on 15 April 1865, the youngest child of Charles Horne, the minister of Cuckfield Congregational Church, and his wife, whose maiden name was Harriet Silvester Simpson. When he was six weeks old the family moved to Newport, Shropshire. Here Charles Horne gave up the ministry, becoming the editor of the local newspaper, the Newport Advertiser and became a partner of his wife's uncle, Charles Silvester in a printing and bookselling firm. Horne lived… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Sing to the King who is coming to reign
Title: Sing To The King
Author: Billy James Foote
Author: Charles Silvester Horne
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Come let us sing a song
Notes: CCLI# 4010902
Copyright: © 2003 sixsteps Music, worshiptogether.com songs (admin. Capitol CMG Publishing)

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Instances

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Baptist Hymnal 2008 #129

CCLI Top 100 #92

Audio

Lift Up Your Hearts #474

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