What’s Your Song?

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Suzy, over at Someday Somewhere, is the host of this week’s prompt for a group called The Writer’s Post.  I don’t belong to this particular group, but when invited to share on this topic, I felt compelled.


During my life, I have listened to many different types of music and I do have a favorite song.  Actually, I have many, and each plays an important role in my life.  Sometimes, I can’t help but feeling that the artist who wrote a particular song walked in my shoes for that period of time.  I know that isn’t possible, but what it shows me is that everyone experiences similar situations in their life, and some are better at expressing it than others.

When I was young, I loved all the sad, love songs.  As I grew more into myself, I began to enjoy music that shared a more positive, upbeat tone.

Of course, everyone seems to have a favorite song.  A song that is ‘music to their ears’, so to speak.

Since the day this song was released, it has been my favorite.  The music soothes my soul and the words deeply touch my heart, no matter how many times I hear it.

Please enjoy with me I Can Only Imagine  by Mercy Me.

So, do tell What’s Your Song?

This is a blog hop, so share your story and link up so everyone can enjoy!

Written by Mary Hudak-Collins

Mary Hudak-Collins

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15 thoughts on “What’s Your Song?

    1. mhudakcollins Post author

      I had great intentions of joining the one you had hosted, but things got crazy around here Corinne with my father, and I just never got back to it. Maybe later, it will come around again and I will get back to it 🙂 Suzy did come up with a great idea!
      I have to giggle a little when I think back a couple of weeks…my husband came home and asked me if I have ever heard “I Can Only Imagine”. I just sort of looked at him like ‘are you kidding me’? You are just NOW hearing that song? I don’t know why I was surprised. I guess this has become one of his favorites too, as I hear him humming it during the day 🙂

    1. mhudakcollins Post author

      Martha, we have never sung this song in Church, as of yet. I would be on top of the world if our choir director ever started practicing it. Maybe I should suggest it? Blessings to you, my friend 🙂

    1. mhudakcollins Post author

      This one Suzy was one that was so very easy for me. As soon as I saw your title, my song immediately came to mind and I just knew I had to share 🙂 Thanks for hosting!

  1. Bongo

    This song is and always will be one of my favorites… Did you know that this song was one of the first Christian songs to be mainstreamed ? pretty cool… hundreds of thousands did and still hear this song .. these words… it brings people to god connects in a way no human can…… makes me cry in a good way.. thank ou for inviting me to join this hop.. i love you

    1. mhudakcollins Post author

      No, Bonnie, I didn’t know that! For me, it is a very powerful song every time I listen to it! I just close my eyes and listen to the words, and find that I ‘can only imagine’ what it will be like. What a glorious day that will be ♥♥♥

    1. mhudakcollins Post author

      Susan, we can’t always be present in the groups we belong to, especially when our lives become busy. I’ll be over to check out your song 🙂 Thank you for dropping by!

    1. mhudakcollins Post author

      Joyce, for years I refused to listen to any music that was classified as ‘Christian’. But the Lord works in mysterious ways, oh yes He does! I heard this song, in passing, many years ago and it touched me…touched me deep. At the time, I hadn’t heard it in its entirety, but had heard enough. Over the last 6 months, many ‘Christian’ songs have become my favorite, and I have developed quite the play list 🙂 Each song sings to my heart in one way or another, and the peace and enjoyment I receive from the words is in-measurable and incomparable to anything else.
      I’m glad you enjoyed it. God Bless You! ♥♥♥

  2. Joan Veronica Rovbertson

    Hi there, so happy you joined this Hop! This may surprise you, but I had never heard this song, as I live in Chile and don’t watch TV or listen to transmissions (this is because I don’t choose to, not because they are not available). I loved it, listened right to the end! The church services I attend (Anglican Church) are more traditional, but I loved this! This is for everyday at all hours! Thank you so much! I hope to see you around again!

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