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Explore Worship Music #10: Casting Crown's 'Who Am I'
10/3/07, 12:04pm
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As promised, this is the band we saw last weekend. This is a simple acoustic version of a very insightful song. This is one of their most popular songs, and I think you will see why.

I think even Booga will like this one (assuming he even reads this message area).

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"Treat the Earth not as if it was given to you by your parents, but as if it was lent to you by your children." - Kenyan Proverb

"The power of accurate observation is often called cynicism by those that do not have it." - George Bernard Shaw
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Re: Explore Worship Music #10: Casting Crown's 'Who Am I'
10/3/07, 12:29pm
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There is so little of the actual song in this vid that I am putting up a "homemade" vid (not by me) of the entire song...

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"Treat the Earth not as if it was given to you by your parents, but as if it was lent to you by your children." - Kenyan Proverb

"The power of accurate observation is often called cynicism by those that do not have it." - George Bernard Shaw
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