MP3 Marjorie Searcy - A Million Roses
Folk-pop, blues, country and gospel inlucences.
10 MP3 Songs
GOSPEL: Contemporary Gospel, FOLK: Folk Pop
Marjorie Searcy is a singer-songwriter with a powerful voice and wide vocal range. Marjorie has been singing professionally for 20 years. She has performed many styles of music including pop, rock, jazz, gospel, country and classical.
The songs on her latest project are autobiographical in nature. The style is a soulful blend of rock, folk, country and blues with honest, artful and sometimes edgy lyrics. She is a survivor of childhood abuse and domestic violence. She sings and speaks about her childhood and her recovery. A portion of the sales of her new project will go to benefit domestic violence programs.
A Million Roses
A million roses was written as a tribute to my mom. I know I can never understand the pain that she has lived through. I am so thankful for her love. She is smart, strong and always thinking about and giving to others.
A field of buttercups in Tennessee was a beautiful
gift that brought me close to God. They are a
down payment for the beauty that awaits us.
Often as a child I felt full of shame. Thank you to the One who sees me clean in Christ and sees me beautiful.
You’re Welcome Here
This song gave me a metaphor for my life. I ‘m so thankful that God was knocking on my door. I don’t ever want to be without him here.
Why Can’t You Dance?
For all the helpless who suffer in secret. You are not really alone. Some day we’ll dance with abandon.
People Get Ready
“God rescues us by grace-complete love undeserved, when we just believe. It’s nothing we earn, it’s simply a gift.” Ephesians 2:8
Confronting the lies you’ve lived with is a huge part of healing. There is a certain amount of anger you must feel toward those lies to let them go and not believe them anymore.
Julie Miller is one of my favorite writers.
We’re all broken and it doesn’t scare God.
I Stays at Home
No it’s not a typo. It’s a phrase I heard my grandmother say many times. This is my summary of her life. She is one of the most delightful people I have ever known as well as one of the most content.
I Will Arise (Come Ye Sinners Poor and Needy)
A beautiful old Appalachian melody reminds me of where I am from and where I’d like to stay- in his arms.
All of my original songs are adapted from childhood memories. They are my attempt to come to terms with the abuse and violence in my home. They also depict my longing for God and my quest to find healing and peace through Him.
Thanks to my precious husband, George. The songs wouldn’t be complete without him, neither would my life. You are so talented! Thanks for your many hours of work and for your unending support. Thank you to my Mallory, Jordy and Liam. I am so happy I get to be your mom! Thank you to all my family in Tennessee, I love you. Thank you Marcy and Sue, my dearest friends for your encouragement.
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