New CCM to my iPod

February 17, 2009 at 6:25 pm Leave a comment

CCM songs I bought for my iPod today.  Put together a “walking/running” playmix for that occasion, if I ever get to it!

Washed By the Water –Needtobreathe (yes, one word)  (alternative…I loved it in light of recent local dealings with storms…great words)

You’ll Always Be My Best Friend 9 of 26 1:40 Relient k  (the song was just too short for the buck I paid for it, according to my son, but I liked the words for some reason).  Still mulling it.  It was just different and funny to me.

You Are Worthy Of My Praise (Album Version) Big Daddy Weave (I might have this song already, but wasn’t sure, and I love it, so I bought it again to make sure.  I LOVE this version, the vocals and mix is so good…I never tire of hearing it.)

What Life Would Be Like Big Daddy Weave (off their new album, I love this song, love the message and the flow of lyrics)

Give Me Your Eyes Brandon Heath  (love  these lyrics!)

Hurricane--Jimmy Needham (this one is a little weird, but it took me deeper and I liked it…my son didn’t get it and didn’t like it).  I like the alternative feel to it.

You Are Everything —Matthew West  (love this one every time I hear it, had to have it on my pod).

Undo-– Rush of Fools (I’m new to rush of fools, but liked a few of their songs a lot…sort of third day-ish, but with a younger vocal sound and bright lyrics).

We All –-Rush of Fools

Can’t Get Away— Rush of Fools

Lose My Soul (Live) tobyMac  (love this song’s chorus, but don’t like the talking so much in the beginning…I wonder if that’s only on the live version?  My son said I should have gotten the album version instead.  Oh well.  Love the chorus).  I didn’t like many of the others on the new CD…too loud for ear-budding for this chic, but I liked this one.

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