We who were called to be your people
Struggling sinners and thieves
Were lifted up from the ashes
And out came the song of the redeemed
The song of the redeemed

Chorus:
Can you hear the sound of melodies?
Oh, the sound of melodies.
Rising up to You
Rising up to You, God.
(Repeat)

We have caught a revelation
That nothing can separate us from.
The love that we recieved through salvation
It fills Your daughters and Your sons
Your daughters and Your sons

(Chorus)

Bridge:
The sound of Your love
The sound of Your love
Is what you're hearing
The sound of Your sons
The sound of Your sons
You've won Your children
The sound of Your love
The sound of Your love
Is what you're hearing
Your daughters in love
Your daughters in love
You've won Your children.

(Chorus)


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    General Commentoh, this song is beautilful!!! I am honored to be the first to post! we sing , praise God with our melodies.... his love fills us!!!!!
    Swimingforwardon March 12, 2007   Link
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    General Commentand this music video is really good too. you need to watch it if you have'nt
    rocker_tibbyon March 27, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI agree with you, rocker tibby.

    This is an amazing and beautiful song. Everytime I hear the first verse I'm reminded of God's grace.
    rockyourstereoon April 03, 2007   Link
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    General CommentLove this beautiful song. I sing it all the time
    ashbash620on April 10, 2007   Link
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    General CommentFirst time I heard this song was on some christian radio station (i don't usually listen to it) but when i heard it, i had to pull over and take a minute to just praise God for who he is.
    Drimon March 11, 2008   Link
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    General CommentOh wow... Leeland is really blessed. I feel blessed to have the opportunity to even sing this. It's so good! I love it!!
    unggoyon April 27, 2009   Link

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