This South African traditional song from the singing of the Mooiplaas congregation was transcribed and arranged by John Bell of the Iona Community.
To lead it, sing through it once or twice. It's easy enough that folks will start singing with you quickly. Encourage harmony and add the leader part once the song is set.
"Swahili: Woza nomthwalo wakho, Woza nomthwalo wakho,
Woza nomthwalo wakho, Uyes’akasozathi hayi.
English translation: Come, bring your burdens to God, come, bring your burdens to God,
Come, bring your burdens to God for Jesus will never say no."
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This contemplative, layered setting of Psalm 65 by psalmist Richard Bruxvoort-Colligan is a dialogue between two phrases in different languages.
Tibi silens laus
For you, silence is praise
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Sheet music for the song is available in the "Our Roots are In You" collection on the PsalmImmersion website.
Here's a recording of the song by Richard: