Spanish Worship Song Ven a Mi

Spanish Worship Song Ven a Mi – Come to Me. © Inspired by two scriptures and written in September-October 2016.

The Scriptures:
¿Cómo cantaremos la canción del Señor en tierra extraña? – Salmos 137:4
How shall we sing the Lord’s song in a strange land?

“Estad quietos, y sabed que yo soy Dios.” – Salmos 46:10
Be still and know that I am God

This is the third worship song from the Can-Walk team at Cristo Vencedor. It was a bit delayed in its completion, as we were all busy with building and renovations in the new church, and with preparing for the first meeting in our own premises.

All that went off smoothly, and we were able to return to normal – or at least to whatever ranks as normal around here.

Original Worship – Spanish, English, Portuguese

Original worship songs from the team in Spanish / español; English / inglés and Portuguese / portugues can be found in the Arts category. Feel free to contact us with any questions.

Postscript Nov 18, 2016

The alternate version of this spanish worship song can be found here Vengo a Tí.

Music by Donna Walker, words by Josephine Cánovas. An approximate English translation of the Spanish worship song, Ven a Mi, and my notes on the words, are below. Further translations to follow.


Spanish Worship Song Ven a Mi – Español

v1
Dentro el clamor del mundo
¿Donde hallaré sosiego?
Ven a mi
¿Cuando cantaré elogio?
El tiempo está huyendo
Ven a mi

coro
Vengo a Ti
A tu paz y hermosura
Vengo a Ti
Vengo a Ti
En la dulzura de tu gracia
Te adoro en un silencio
Que habla más de un millar de voces

v2
Lo oigo en el viento,
En las alas de la bruma
Ven a mi
El ruido se esfuma
Sé quién está llamando
Ven a mi

coro
Vengo a Ti
A tu paz y hermosura
Vengo a Ti
Vengo a Ti
En la dulzura de tu gracia
Te adoro en un silencio
Que habla más de un millar de voces

Puente
Vengo a Ti, vengo al lugar secreto
Te alabo y yo sé que Eres Dios
Vengo a Ti, vengo al escondedero
Te alabo y yo sé que Eres Dios.


Notes:

Inspired by two scriptures:
Ps 137:4 How shall we sing the Lord’s song in a strange land?
Ps 46:10 Be still and know that I am God

The word used in line 2 of v1, sosiego, reflects the scripture in Ps 46. To me it is fuller than just ‘peace’ – it encompasses a stillness, a calmness, a surety.


Spanish Worship Song Ven a Mi – Come to Me

v1:
In the clamor of the world
Where shall I find peace?
Come to me
When will I sing praise?
Time is fleeing
Come to me

chorus
I come to you
To your peace and to your beauty
I come to you
I come to you
In the sweetness of your grace
I worship You in a silence
That speaks louder than a thousand voices

v2
I hear it in the wind
On the wings of the mist
Come to me
The noise fades away
I know who is calling
Come to me

chorus

bridge
I come to You, I come to the secret place
I praise you and I know that You are God
I come to You, I come to the hidden place
I praise you and I know that You are God.


The original spanish, the english and the portuguese translations are all © copyright to Josephine Cánovas, and digitally recorded as such as of this date, October 11, 2016.
Foto on this page: Appreciation and thanks to Ben White.


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