Jun 13, 2011

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Song of the Week: “Til The End” by William Becton

Song of the Week: “Til The End” by William Becton

I have been having such a good time listening to music this morning, trying to decide what song to choose for today’s Song of the Week.  I finally settled on one of my all-time favorites, “Til The End” by William Becton.

This song is a classic as far as I’m concerned.  It was released on the album Broken in 1995, but you can still groove to it today like it was just made yesterday.  The musical genius in this song is unmatched.  It’s jazzy, inspirational…. just beautiful.  The vocals are incredible, the musical arrangement is HOTT, and the lyrics lift you up and remind you of the constant truth that always shines through, regardless of your worries.  It just doesn’t get any better.

Keep these lyrics in mind the next time you feel hopeless about any situation….

“Just because the sun won’t shine

Doesn’t mean that I’m not with you

Although you’ve prayed and nothing’s changed

Doesn’t mean that I can’t hear you

Gotta hold to my promise

Cause I’ll do what I said I would, yeah

Joy comes in the morning

Just believe I’m working it out for your good.”

 

Today just relax into this groove and enjoy one of my favorite songs by one of my favorite artists. :)

Get your groove on any time you need to with this song on your playlist:

Share your thoughts in the comments: What is one of your all time favorite songs and why?

Peace, Love, & Music,

~Alexis~

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  1. Alma Myers says:

    Wow! I forgot how good that sounded! Love it!

  2. Thank you for this I was looking for that all over.

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