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Lynn Cooper

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From her album On His Wings: 
Where Can I Hide   (2.2 MB)  
Ten Thousand Angels   (2.0 MB)  

From her album Reign Dance: 
Creed   (1.9 MB)  
It's Because Your Name Is Holy   (2.2 MB)  
I Want To Dance   (1.6 MB)  

Lynn Cooper is a contemporary Catholic singer/songwriter. She has 4 albums out so far. Lynn has been moving hearts by her testimony and music for 8 years now. She travels throughout the United States, and in 2001 did a 2 week tour in Australia. Lynn has been chosen to perform at World Youth Day in Toronto. Her love of Jesus through her music will inspire and move your very soul.

Where Can I Hide is one of Lynn's earlier songs inspired as she watched her children outside playing hide-and-go-seek. Lynn was reminded of the many times we fail God and try and hide from Him, and yet His love is so great and so wide! (Psalms 139).

Ten Thousand Angels is a song of hope written for a friend's daughter, who has been diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis (the #1 genetic killer of our children today). Lynn wanted a song of healing and mercy ... after praying to the Lord, this is what was given.

Creed was written for the Catholic youth in Jacksonville, Mississippi. This is a combination of the Nicene Creed and the Apostle's Creed.

It's Because Your Name Is Holy is a simple worship song to bring us closer to holiness.

I Want To Dance was written out of her study of King David, as he dance freely before the Lord ... may we all let go and dance in the Reign of God!

Lynn's albums can be purchased online at:

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