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Published on May 24, 2009
I first heard this song last month when my grandfather died. We were all at the hospital, and we wanted to sing for him but couldn't seem to start a hymn without crying...so my sister started out with this. It was beautiful and perfect and settled us all enough I guess to let us sing other things. Anyway, it's really stayed with me, and I was playing around with it last night and made this loopy delayed version which I actually like a lot, even though it's a bit strange I guess. It gives it the sort of ethereal feel that it has inside my head anyway.