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Top Customer Reviews
God so loved-as above
Show you love- an upbeat and cheerful pop tune,
Little Voice inside-steady rhythm and good vocals make this a terrific song
You- Good piano and violin accompaniment
Look what love has done-pop ballad with great lyrics
Child of mine- A pop-rock song; powerful vocals by Jaci; percussion-driven
Speak to me-slow, driving rhythm and good vocals
Glory- the worst song on this album, but that's not a huge insult. It is a bit boring
Sweet surrender- Same as 'speak to me'; good lyrics
Paper tigers-Great percussion; see above
Made my world- same as 'show you love'
Al mundo Dios amo- spanish version of 'God so loved'
"God So Loved" This song is one of Jaci's best. Extremly pretty. Nice the way she did it in spanish too.
"Show You Love" This is #1! Very catchy! Fast paced and gives you the impression that no one can stop her!
"Little Voice Inside" An ok song. One of her lower songs, but she sounds good on it.
"You" Great song! #2! You can surely feel a Michelle Tumes touch to it. (She wrote it!) Jaci vocals on this song are extrodinary!
"Look What Love has Done" One of the best slower songs. Probebly the one which Jaci's voice sounds the best on.
"Child of Mine" A curious beginning. An ok song.
"Speak for Me" Pretty ok song. Nice long note she does.
"Glory" This is #3! Kinda a halljuah song. Gets your feet bouncing.
"Sweet Surrender" Not much on this song
"Paper Tigers" I don't really know about this song. I still haven't figured it out.
"Made my World" I really love the beginning of this one. The rest of the song is ok.
"Al Mundo Dios Amo" God So Loved in Spanish. Great song.
-God So Loved- this is a nice song, it tells you what God did for us and shows to you how much he loves us, but I think its too slow and it seems kind of boring after a while.
-Show You Love- this is a good song with a good beat
-Little voice inside-Jaci sounds really nice in this song, and the song is about God talking to us inside of us, its really nice
-You- this is one of my favorite songs in the CD, the instruments sound great and the lyrics are nice
-Look what love has done- Like the song before (You) the instruments sound very nice and the song praises god the way we should
-Child of Mine- this song, i think, is a little weird, how god is supposed to be talking to us through that song. But its still nice
-Glory- This is a nice song, it sounds like gospel music
-speak for me- i dont understand why, but this is my favorite song of all (not just the CD, but from any others) it just really gets my attention, and all i want to do wheni hear it is sing aloud with it, this song is very nice
-Paper Tigers-when i first heard this song, i was like "what does paper tigers have to do with God?" but after really listening to it, i think it means that the tigers represent fear, the devil, or anything bad for us and that with God, we dont have to fear it, thats why they are paper tigers, because its just something that cant harm us.
-sweet surrender- this song is very nice, slow but nice
-Made my World- this song is really great, she sounds real cool in this song
Al mundo Dios Amo- i say the same about this song as the first one, only that the language is different
I recommend anyone to buy this CD, if youre crhistian or not.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This CD has got to be Jaci's (By far) best!!
1. God So Loved the World: Extremly good, Jaci's vocie floats over this song like a duck to water. Read more
After listening to this CD a few times, I've come away with mixed feelings. It seems like the music is inconsistent... Read morePublished on June 8, 2002 by Allyn
I just got this CD and I really enjoy it! I bought it for "God so loved" and "Show You love". And all the rest are awsome! Read morePublished on October 5, 2001
Every aspect of this cd shows Jaci's talent: her singing, the lyrics, and her true message about her faith. Read morePublished on June 8, 2001 by J. Grimes
I have this cd and I think it is great! Jaci has such a talented, beautiful voice that is a gift from God. Read morePublished on July 25, 2000 by Kelsey Wenger