Paul Cook

Paul Cook

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Country - Religious | Abilene, Texas, United States
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Member Since: 2008
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Song Description

A Christmas song highlighting the key points of Jesus' life/death/ resurrection and return one day. Chorus includes original Aramaic and Hebrew language mixed with English translation. Meant to be a huge Choral number with mixed voices and parts

Story Behind the Song

I always wondered what it might have been like to be at Jesus' birth and what ACTUAL words might have been said. The chorus is a blended mix of Aramaic and Hebrew words.

Playlists this song is on:
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Hallelujah Maran Atha

An angel came to Mary
He said don't be afraid
God's favor will rest on you today

She bowed her head and whispered
Father, I will do your will
Deliver unto me this child she prayed

Hallelujah Maran atha. (Praise Him, He is Coming)
Eesho M Sheeka (Jesus is the King)
EE ay soos l'ahlam almin (Lord forever always)
Elohim Adonai (For all eternity)

A king without a castle
No place to lay his head
In a manger with a bright star shining down

Shepherds in their fields saw
Heaven and Earth proclaim the good news
As the angels gathered round

Hallelujah Maran Atha
Eesho M Sheeka
EE ay soos l'ahlam almin
Elohim Adonai

He lived and died and rose again
When heaven called him home
But, He's comin back one day for all to see

He'll be riding on a cloud
And we'll meet Him in the air
And all of us will raise our voice and sing

Hallelujah Maran atha.
Eesho M Sheeka
EE ay soos l'ahlam almin
Elohim Adonai

When I stand before His throne
In heaven on that day
I want to say the words
That He heard the Angels say

Hallelujah Maran atha
Eesho M Sheeka
EE ay soos l'ahlam almin
Elohim Adonai

Copyright 2013 Paul Cook
Turtle on a Fencepost Publishing

Song Length
World - Religious, Unique - Religious
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Mixed Vocals

Subject Matter
Similar Artists
Michael W. Smith, Amy Grant
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Paul Cook
Music Credits Paul Cook
Producer Credits T. Mashburn
Publisher Credits Turtle on a Fencepost
Performance Credits Paul Cook
Label Credits Big Note