Hymn, ‘There’s a Song in the Air’

Yes, I know it’s a Christmas carol. Like that’s a bad thing?

Anyhow, I woke up yesterday with this song in my head, it stayed with me all day, and try as I would, I cannot remember where I heard it, or how long ago. I don’t remember it ever being sung in our church or Sunday school. And so, as unlikely as it would seem to us in these evil times, I think I must have learned this song in school… public school, grade one or two. Long, long ago.

The LORD reigneth; let the people tremble: He sitteth between the cherubims; let the earth be moved.  (Psalm 99:1)


2 comments on “Hymn, ‘There’s a Song in the Air’

  1. Thank you, Lee. I enjoyed this hymn – and it really makes no difference the day or the season. Praise and worship are appropriate at any time. And the man singing, sings many hymns. I really enjoy his singing, but I don’t know who he is. So far, I haven’t found a hymn that gives that information.

  2. I had never heard this hymn before. At times like these, it is good to be reminded that there is only one King. Your long, long ago comment reminded me of how wonderful it was when I (long, long ago) attended a one-room country schoolhouse, our textbooks were filled with Scripture, and each morning, each of us children recited a Bible verse from memory. Needless to say, “Jesus wept.” was a very popular verse. LOL.

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