Delta Burnett Reed

Delta Burnett Reed

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World - Celtic | Winchester, New Hampshire, United States
Total Song Plays: 8,962   
Member Since: 2011
   Last Login: 8/3/2021

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Song Description

Christmas song

Story Behind the Song

Sang this in a choir at church and wanted to sing as a solo, so my producer helped make it so.

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Broadjam Member Reviews

Sounds like this will find its way into a film. It has a serious and professional sound. Exceedingly well executed.

    - Ford Alfonsi

A classical/folk infused Christmas carol in a minor key. I can see this sung by a church choir with some beautiful harmonies. It's sung with an obvious love for the Savior. Hallelujah. The instrumentation is nicely done. Beautiful melody! Favorite lyric/rhyme: willed/fulfilled

    - Kate Carpenter

The four winds carry whispers to the ocean.
The oceans hear and rush to tell the shore.
The mountain quakes and forest tells the desert.

He's coming soon the Promised One, the Son of God, the Prince of Peace!

The Spirit of the Lord shall rest up Him, and He shall judge with righteousness and might, the world will learn the ways of war no longer.

He's coming soon, as God has willed, the prophecy shall be fulfilled.

Veni, Veni, Redemptory Omni um, O veni, veni Emmanuel, come soon!

A desert rose will blossom in the winter.
A King will come to reign, forever more.
His light will shine to lead us into glory.

He's coming soon, the Promised One, the son of God the Prince of Peace

The spirit of the Lord shall rest up Him.
The bearer of salvation He shall be.
And earth shall over flow with truth and knowledge.

He's coming soon, as God has willed, the prophecy shall be fulfilled.

Veni, Veni, Redemptor Om ni um, O, Veni Veni, Emmanuel, come soon!
O veni, veni, Redemptor Om ni um, O Veni, Veni, Redemptor Om ni um, Emmanuel, come soon!


Song Length
Unique - Holiday, World - Religious
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Enchanting, Joyful

Subject Matter
Prayer, Hope

Similar Artists
Enya, Loreena McKennitt
Before 1600

Lyric Credits Trilby Jordan
Music Credits David Angerman
Producer Credits Joe Podlesny
Publisher Credits ascap
Performance Credits Delta Burnett Reed/music arranger Joe Podlesny
Label Credits Avocet Studios