1. How Great is Our God – Chris Tomlin


Memorable for: its deeply creative lyrics.

How great is our God
How great is our God
How great
How great
Is our God

2. Lord I Lift Your Name on High – Hillsong


Memorable for: THE HAND MOTIONS which are now seared into your brain.

3. Here I Am to Worship – Tim Hughes

Memorable for: Sounding vaguely like the Dave Matthews Band but with zero references to weed.

4. This is the Air I Breathe – Michael W. Smith


Memorable for: Every lead singer belting this as dramatically as Whitney Houston’s I Will Always Love You.

5. Our God is an Awesome God – Rich Mullins

Remembered for: Referring to Jesus as putting on the ritz.

6. Trading My Sorrows – Israel Houghton


Memorable for: YES LORD YES LORD YES YES LORD (repeat 500 times) (key change) YES LORD YES LORD YES YES LORD (repeat another 500 times)

7. Above All – Lenny LeBlanc


Memorable for: Fashioning gruesome crucifixion details into a catchy chorus.

8. Open The Eyes Of My Heart Lord – John Tesh


Memorable for: mixed anatomical metaphors.

9. We Fall Down – Chris Tomlin

Memorable for: People with their arms lifted literally falling down in the aisles to manifest their spiritual transcendence in getting bruises.

10. Beautiful One – By the Tree


Memorable for: Straddling that is he singing about God or his girlfriend? line.

11. Shout to the Lord – Darlene Zschech

Memorable for: High notes pretty much no one could hit (not that that stopped everyone from trying).

12. The Heart of Worship – Matt Redman


Memorable for: Sounding like a Bryan Adams song, but fewer reference to 69s.

13. Blessed Be Your Name – Matt Redman


Memorable for: Being the song everyone started jumping to.

14. Agnus Dei – Third Day


Memorable for: rhetorical questions. (Are you Lord God Almighty? Probable answer: totes.)

15. Come, Now Is The Time to Worship – Phillips, Craig and Dean


Memorable for: Being aggressively literal; making every 12-year-old crack up because it says Come.

16. Better Is One Day – Matt Redman


Memorable for: Getting the chorus stuck in your head for years at a time.

17. Days of Elijah – Donnie McClurkin

Memorable for: The sick rap breakdown of there is no God like Jehovah.



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