Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Celebrate the Life CD

If you have a CD called "Celebrate the Life" ... then you have attended one of my speaking engagements.  All songs are written by me, Beth Gore.

If you would like to use any of the songs for any purpose, we'd be honored.  We would just like to be asked first so we know where the songs are going and for what purpose.  email me at goredan@hotmail.com with a description of where you want to use the song.

While we were hoping to have a fully mastered CD by now, life has a way of getting in the way sometimes of best laid plans.  So we decided to release a "live, unedited" version.  It's a nice way of saying:  Not professionally recorded in a studio, not mastered or "fixed".

Therefore we are not charging for this.  (Couldn't bring myself to do that!)  But we have said that if you feel the need to donate, that's great.  Here's where the donation will go:

Destiny's Crossing.  It's a non-profit ministry helping orphans experience the love of the Father.  If you want to read more about our ministry ... click this link:  http://www.destinyscrossing.com 

If you would like to donate, feel free.  We accept Checks as well as Paypal.  You can see more about that on the site as well.

If you have donated and want a tax deductible contribution receipt, please email us with the subject "Destiny's Crossing Receipt" to this email:  goredan@hotmail.com  and we'll get that to you ASAP.

Sunday, October 17, 2010

One Day

Zoe on the day we met
To see a music video with this song, click this link:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJZEfCDTz1o


One Day

V 1 One day not so long ago, I was born
In a land oh so far away
For reasons I may never know, she left me
In a place where I would be found

One day can change it all, all I have ever known
I just hope that I understand one day

V 2 One day, I was tiny still, she held me
In a way that I would feel safe
So many other babies there, one day I learned
I would have to do without

V 3 One day, in a crowded room, she hugged me
I was scared, how my world would change
Tear drops fell from my eyes.  I didn’t know
Just how much, she loved me

V 4 One day, many years had passed, now I belong
My forever family
I thought back to the many days that changed my life
And now I finally know.

One day can change it all, all I have ever known
I knew that I would understand one day.
I just knew that I would understand one day. 

Beth Gore © 2007

Someone Pick Me

To see a music video with this song, click the link:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-4gVu2VJMo

Verse 1 by Kaley, 8
Someone Pick Me

Someone pick me I’m a happy child
I’ll be real sweet and I’m funny
I won’t make a mess, won’t get in the way
I won’t be too loud, I don’t cry much
Someone pick me

(CHORUS)
Love’s my dream, love’s my hope
I don’t think it’s too much to ask

(v2) No one’s picked me, I’m a faceless child
What’s wrong with me, do you see me?
The rest of the girls and all of the boys
Have Mommy’s and Daddy’s to love them,
But not me     (CHORUS)

(v3) Is today the day I’ve been longing to see
I’ll have what I want, someone to love me
I’ll sleep tonight and I’ll dream my dream
Someone sees me and they love me,
Someone picks me     (CHORUS)
© 2008 Bethlei Gore

Bread of Life

The Bread of Life

(v1)  Long ago there was bread in the House of God

It gave way to things of men, not the work of God

But the message lingered on, “Bread is in God’s house”

Every one who came to see, they would leave without  (but)


CHORUS

Je sus  came to earth, the firstfruit of all

Je  sus  the   bread of life, eat of Him and live

Jesus, the lamb of God, the Savior of all

Jesus is wanting you, do you hear the call?  Do you hear the call?


(v2)  Hungry souls needing God looking for some bread

Leave God’s house hungry still, they are never fed

We cloud the way and make it hard, calling it God’s will

The message from long ago, is the message still  (that) 


(v3)  Visit prisoners, clothe the poor, feed the hungry

Preach the gospel, mend the hearts, set the captives free

Give to those with heavy hearts, a garment of praise

Then there’s bread once again, in the latter days





Beth Gore © 2006