QuietHymns

by Matthew Smith

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    releases September 8, 2017

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03:51
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Thy Love To Me
3.
Keep Us Safe
4.
Be Still My Soul
5.
How Firm A Foundation
6.
I Need Thee Every Hour
7.
O Heart Bereaved And Lonely
8.
Here Is Love
9.
It Is Well With My Soul
10.
Let Me Find Thee

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releases September 8, 2017

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Matthew Smith Nashville, Tennessee

Matthew Smith is a Nashville-based singer-songwriter who writes brand new music to centuries-old hymn texts. He finds beauty exploring the tension between joy and sorrow, between the Already and the Not Yet.

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Track Name: God Himself
In the day when silent sorrow
Seems to shake me to the core
Then I hear the heavenly comfort,
"You will weep no more."

God Himself will dry your tears
God Himself will soothe your fears

In the day when earthly weakness
Weighs your weary spirit down
All around you seems a burden
All above you seems a frown

God Himself will dry your tears
God Himself will soothe your fears

In the day when sin oppresses
And the battle rages strong
When the victory seems doubtful
Or triumphant seems the wrong

God Himself will dry your tears
God Himself will soothe your fears
God Himself will dry your tears
God Himself will soothe your fears

Oh I hear the heavenly comfort,
"You will weep no more."