It is never too late for anyone to discover his/herself in life. Discovering this talent of writing makes me feel elated...
I do not know how to put my composed words into tonic solfa format but having learnt however remotely how to compose songs using local Yoruba format, I decide to come with a work around on how to make my songs internationally acceptable.
But I am not mimicking any hymn in this composition, I have recorded the Tune received on Video, posted to YouTube, and would share here, trusting that some good musicians would modify the tune and perhaps the wordings of the song for the benefit of Humanity and the proclamation of the gospel.
Having said this, I sincerely invite you to join me in singing this newly composed song, because I know music yea songs is one of the things that makes heart merry lifting hearts out of the cauldron of darkness that the enemies may have subjected people to and draws heart closer to God and his blessings.
Praying, hoping and trusting that you will be blessed with the song as you sing along with me and if you do not know the tune, I sincerely trust that God will bless your hearts, homes and all that is yours as you read the wordings of the newly composed song.
“It is being recorded and the link from the YouTube is shared here for easy grasps and needful modifications.”
A Song: My Darling, I Love You
The Composed Song
In the thick, yea in the thin
Yea and e’en in the storms of live
You ‘ve weathered storms
Of my life with me
Your love for me is special
You are rare breed ‘mong all maiden (or all men)
‘Cause you are spring I found
In my desert
As fruits found on the trees
Make the hearts of farmers merry
Seeing thee always’
Make my heart merry
With thee I ‘ll spend rest of my days
‘Cause you give me peace and joy
Honey you ‘re wonderful
I ‘ll ever love thee
My Darling, you are blessing to me
My Honey, you ‘re source of my joy
Want you to know that
You ‘re world I live in
"Ocean" - Lady Antebellum
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