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The Oak Tree

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The Oak Tree is a song about memories flooding into the mind as the singer sits by a riverside watching the water flow by.  The shelter under the old oak tree reminds her of the security of childhood and family.  The flowing water brings back memories of all those who have touched her life.

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The Oak Tree

Written and sung by Maria Antoine
Production: Stephen Walker

The Oak Tree is a song about memories flooding into the mind as the singer sits by a riverside watching the water flow by.  The shelter under the old oak tree reminds her of the security of childhood and family.  The flowing water brings back memories of all those who have touched her life.

This one of our Irish blessings music entitled Song of Songs.  This inspirational spiritual music comes through the prayer life of Maria Antoine. The original songs of praise written and sung by Maria.  They are available as Irish music CDs to download or buy as hard copies and as downloadable individual music tracks.

Maria is a wife and mother.  She is not a professional singer.  In prayer, she sings spontaneously the praises of the Lord and her songs come from the heart.  While some flow directly and are recorded in one take, with music being added later, others need the help of a sound engineer and musicians to bring to fruition. On occasion, we have recorded some songs with a professional singer.

A Blessed Call to Love has put together a number of these songs in CD form that they may go out into the world and we hope hearts may be touched and comforted.  Maria hopes that these Irish blessings music songs will help people find peace in their hearts in the stillness of God’s love.

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Read more and share your own reflection with this track by leaving a comment to our blog here: https://blog.ablessedcalltolove.com/the-oak-tree/

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