Saturday, December 19, 2009

(2) Our Father Who Art In Heaven: Esther Chan Remembering 70s Christmas In Asian Cities

Esther Chan, still as popular as ever, appeared on September 27th, 2008 in Hong Kong:

The Lord's Prayer.
Chorus: Our father, who art in heaven /Hallowed be thy name /Thy kingdom come /Thy will be done /On earth as it is in heaven (repeat)/Give us this day our daily bread

/Forgive us our trespasses /As we forgive them who trespass against us /Forgive us our trespasses /- Chorus - /Our Lord lead us not into temptation /But save us from evil /And the kingdom, the power /And the glory forever /Will be Yours - Chorus 4x -

Composition: Arnold Strals. Production: Vic Cristobel.


Roger said...

I listened to Our Father...lively and catchy version.

ANDY: Pop Music Not Pills. © said...

Thank you Roger. For such a beautiful and sacred composition like, 'The Lord's Prayer' to be highlighted as a pop song may not be positive news for some people but I think it is "lively and catchy" like you mentioned.

I love it too as I heard the original version some years ago.