Charles V. Hayden (Songwriter)

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Pop - Religious | Antioch, Tennessee, United States
Total Song Plays: 761   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: 5/18/2019

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Plays:

15

Song Description

This is simply a song of hope. If you are struggling in your relationships are whatever you are going through please remember that nothing is too hard for Jesus to do. Just obey Him and have faith. He will see you through.

Lyrics

When Love Was New
copyright 2016 by Charles V. Hayden

How did we get in this valley
It's not where we intended to be
We turned away from His plans for us
But we can still make them our reality.

(chorus)

Let's remember when love was new
When miracles were yours and mine
Nothing's too hard for Jesus to do
Let's get down on our knees one more time
Let's remember when love was new

How could we let this happen
How did our love get blindsided
We didn't see the train comin'
Sometimes our differences collide

Let's remember when love was new
When miracles were yours and mine
Nothing's too hard for Jesus to do
Let's get down on our knees one more time
Let's remember when love was new

(bridge)

Some people would simply choose to say goodbye
We may not be able to move the mountain
But we can learn to fly

Let's remember when love was new
When miracles were yours and mine
Nothing's too hard for Jesus to do
Let's get down on our knees one more time
Let's remember when love was new

(tag)

Let's remember when love was new

Song Length
5:10
Genres
R & B - Religious, R & B - Religious
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Engaging, Gracious

Subject Matter
Healing, Loving Marriage

Similar Artist
Yolanda Adams
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Charles V. Hayden
Music Credits Charles V. Hayden
Producer Credits Eric Copeland
Publisher Credits unpublished
Performance Credits Eric Copeland