Demo of a lovely new song co-written with Helena Sorensen Aman.
Music: Helena Sorensen Aman Lyrics: Rebecca Reynolds, Wynken Owl, BMI, 2013 VERSE ONE: Bright daughter, shouldst thou fear the vale Thy pilgrim journey holds? The zephyr rings of lonesome hearts The night sighs cruel and cold. While kin and kindred mark thy name While trouble marks thy peace, Bright daughter, shouldst thou fear the vale Come find thy rest in Me. - - - VERSE TWO: Bright Daughter, shouldst thou fear the pain The edge of man imparts? For thorns grow thick along the way And brothers grow apart. Come pass thee through these cutting roads Come cry, "How can this be?" Bright daughter, shouldst thou fear the pain Come find thy rest in Me. - - - VERSE THREE: Bright daughter, shouldst thou fear the hand That brought your days to rise, When sorrow turns her shrinking glance, And waters fill your eyes? Remember Mary, young and slight, Whose grief was was turned to grace, Bright daughter, shouldst thou fear the hand Impaled by love's embrace? - - - CHORUS Behold the love that bears the son Behold the love that's borne By sovereign guide through bitter tide By grace through blinding storm Young Mary's heart was torn by love My plow through trouble tills, Bright daughter should you know such times My love abideth still.