Lacie Kirk | Did You Think to Pray?

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Did You Think to Pray?

by Lacie Kirk

Inspirational, young solo artist, with talent to compose music on the piano, and sing. Her debut Album was finished at age 15.
Genre: Spiritual: Hymns
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1. I Need Thee Every Hour
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2. God Be With You Till We Meet Again (Instrumental)
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3. I'm Trying to Be Like Jesus
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4. A Poor Wayfaring Man of Grief (Instrumental)
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5. Jesus, Once of Humble Birth
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6. Come Thou Fount (Instrumental)
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7. Did You Think to Pray?
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8. If You Could Hie to Kolob
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9. Come Thou Fount
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10. All Creatures of Our God and King
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11. We'll Bring the World His Truth
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12. Abide with Me; 'Tis Eventide
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Lacie Kirk - Young music artist with talent to sing, and compose, and arrange music on the piano. Her Debut album was finished at age 15. Visit: www.laciekirk.com for more info.

When I was younger, I always loved music. My mom says that when I was born, I had good lungs, and a big mouth. :) Perfect for singing. I began piano lessons at the age of 5 years old, and took for a year and a half. We moved, and couldn't find a teacher that was "up to" my level. So I went from there to teach myself. At one point, I wanted to quit. I had stopped playing for a few months. I helped out in a service project of cleaning a church, and I went into the chapel. There in the dim light, was a piano. I went in, and sat on this old wooden grand piano. I sat there, and looked at it. All I could hear was the air conditioner. I opened up the lid, and began to play as I had felt. Music came out that I had never before heard. It reminded me of a music box. Little notes plucking out. So at age 6, I began piano again. I taught myself, and with the little bits I knew how to do, I grew a flower from a seed. Ever since, I have learned to play from my heart. Not just from a book.


Later, at age 14, we were living in a new location. I had always wanted to be a better singer. So we found a wonderful teacher. Again, we only took for a short time, and we moved again. So taking what I learned, I used, and have developed. I had never really thought I was too good. A friend of mine, wanted me to make a song for his radio station. I had the recording tools, and recorded a song, and disguised my voice. I had lost the song, and had to re-record it. My brother suggested I use my real voice. So I tried it, and everyone who heard it loved it. So I took my piano arrangements, and sang to them. Since I play from my heart, each time I play a song, it comes out a little bit different. All because I listen to my heart. :)


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Spencer Kijek


My mom LOVES it :) Keep up the good work Lacie!