1. The Son is up, the Word is out.
The Son is up and the Word is out -
give a resurrection shout!
Morning brought the news, the tomb was open; death was gone, his magic spell was broken. The Son is up and the Word is out -
give a resurrection shout - yeah!
Give a resurrection shout!
2. The Son is come, the Word is here.
The Son is come and the word is here - give a resurrection cheer!
Mary, dry your eyes, now stop your crying: Jesus Christ has put an end to dying.
The Son is come and the word is here - give a resurrection cheer - yeah!
Give a resurrection cheer!
3. The Son is bright, the Word is strong. The Son is bright and the Word is strong - sing a resurrection song!
Sing a song and join this celebration: Jesus has begun the new creation.
The Son is bright and the Word is strong - sing a resurrection song - yeah!
Sing a resurrection song - yeah!
Sing a resurrection song!
1978. At the time this song was written I was seeing quite a lot of Rod Boucher. Rod is a Christian, a rock musician, a modern-day St. Francis of Assissi, who was for many years the leading light and inspirational guru of many Adelaide Christian musicians. He set up a recording studio at his house, produced scores of cassettes, wrote numerous songs and several musicals. Although Rod is a very dogmatic character, he gave to me and many others a sense of freedom. His daring and his laughter were infectious, and, among other things, his personality found its way into this song.
50 Years of songs
with Dorothy, Kindekrist
& a band of angels
Walkin down the road
The Southern Cross
For you deep stillness
A Christmas Blessing
& lots more
Saturday 24 August 7 pm
Concordia College Chapel
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