Death is Their Shepherd: Choir

by Physick

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The choir elements from Death is Their Shepherd by Physick, composed by Phil Hodges, performed by soprano Ivy Overcash and Atlanta Master Chorale, directed by Dr. Eric Nelson.

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released October 30, 2015

Choral compositions and arrangements by Phil Hodges
Atlanta Master Chorale conducted by Dr. Eric Nelson

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Physick Sugar Hill, Georgia

Physick consists of composer and multi-instrumentalist Phil Hodges and lyricist producer Michael Minkoff.
Difficult to label, Physick's music richly rewards those who are willing to hear it on its own terms.

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Track Name: Fall Story Choir
Eve: God told my husband to leave it alone,
but it seems so enticing,
I want to be like Him.

Chorus: The woman, she ate then,
and gave to her husband.
Track Name: Living Dead Choir
Chorus: Cursed is the Serpent.
Cursed is your labor.
Cursed is the earth—
it will render thorns,
tears and anguish,
dust and ashes.

Eve: Slipped from the Garden,
it feels like we're falling,
so maybe there's time while
we sink to the grave to
remember the promise
that's stirring inside me.

Chorus: Memento mori! Memento mori! . . .
Track Name: We've Been Misled Choir
Eve: Children all look just like their fathers
who look just like their fathers
who look just like their fathers
who act like children
who act just like their fathers
who act just like their fathers
who act just like their fathers
on down to Adam.

Chorus:
Adam, in him, we all died.
In him, none are justified.
All of creation cries out
in futility.

Chorus: Children all die just like their fathers
who die just like their fathers
who died and like their fathers
turned into dust to dust to dust to dust to dust . . .