Songs for the Road

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This compilation is a celebration of the songs that are bubbling up in the Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand. The project began 3 years ago and this is just a taste of what has been written.

Find lyrics and lead sheets at www.onevoice.org.nz/songs-for-the-road/

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released July 1, 2014

Executive producer: Malcolm Gordon
Producer: Matt Chapman
Design: Rob Williams
Artwork: Eden Finlay

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Some rights reserved. Please refer to individual track pages for license info.

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Malcolm Gordon Dunedin, New Zealand

Hailing from the Deep South of New Zealand, Malcolm now finds himself in exile, ministering in the North Island. Having stepped out of fulltime pastoral ministry to give space for the music to flourish, this is where you can hear the new demos and the studio albums.

Mixing deep reflection with uplifting melody and harmony, Malcolm's music makes room for something deeper to happen in our souls
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Track Name: Beneath the Southern Cross - Malcolm Gordon
From the ends of the earth
We will sing; God is here, the kingdom is near
In the Land of the Long White Cloud
Christ to dwell, Immanuel

From north and south, from east and west
Beneath the Southern Cross we rest
Found by One who came for all
In this tale of spacious love we're born

This whenua on which we stand
This holy ground made by God's hand
Marred and scarred yet marked by grace
Held and healed in Christ we find our place

From the ends of the earth
We will sing; God is here, the kingdom is near
In the Land of the Long White Cloud
Christ to dwell, Immanuel

God of nations, at thy feet
In the bonds of love we meet
Strangers once, now called as one
Aotearoa, wake to greet this love

From the ends of the earth
We will sing; God is here, the kingdom is near
In the Land of the Long White Cloud
Christ to dwell, Immanuel

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