Jun 22 2010
Flyleaf worship

I love this song by David Crowder Band, but this LIVE Flyleaf version could be my new favorite. :)


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6/22/2010 7:25:40 PM
Bethany United States
flyleaf does awesome worship songs and i love their message!!!! lacey is awesome!
6/23/2010 7:14:37 PM
Isabel United States
The person behind the camera couldn't keep it still. Either than that, Love the song.
6/25/2010 3:58:15 PM
Edwin Subuyuj Guatemala
Edwin Subuyuj
Flyleaf should make a worship album. They Rock
6/27/2010 5:48:02 PM
jinafer coulter United States
jinafer coulter
i love lafay they are awesome so cool i listen to there music all the time
6/28/2010 7:01:21 PM
dominguez United States
O ya!! i absolutly love flyleaf! my favorite version of this song is theirs. to me it is so much more personal!! plus she has such an awesome testimony that you know she knows exactly wht she is singing about!!! plus her vocals are absolutly amazing!
6/28/2010 7:07:28 PM
dominguez United States
you should aslo look at this video of flyleaf doing a cover of " you are my joy"!!
6/30/2010 7:26:43 PM
Holly United States
This is an awesome version and Flyleaf does a great job.  There is another person who sings this song too.  Kim Walker has an AWESOME video on Youtube.  It is about 8 minutes long and she is singing this at a conference.  It is amazing. Anybody who likes this song should check it out!!!!
7/1/2010 5:31:00 PM
Micah United States
This is definitely an awesome version!  Thanks for posting this.  I still really like John Mark McMillan's version.  He is the guy who originally wrote and performed this song.  The song got recognition when he played at the Call.
7/2/2010 6:25:12 AM
Duh Brazil
It's very wonderful
I love Flyleaf.
Thanks folks
God bless you!
7/9/2010 11:28:06 AM
Storm United States
A-stinkin'-mazing! she brings so much Passion..in all of her songs.. but soo much in the worship songs that she sings. loved it. thanks for putting it up Smile