New Worship Song by Eric Falstrom


A friend of mine, Eric Falstrom, wrote and self-recorded a song of worship. Download here – Hold Me Closer (5mb)
(lyrics and chords located here). 

He wrote this for Vineyard Central, to the Glory of God.  What do you think of it?  He’d like your feedback.  Comment here or email him at

Here are the lyrics and chords –

download word doc – here (25kb)

download adobe pdf – here (39kb

“Hold Me Closer” (k. e. falstrom)

(Reference JOB 39: 1-3; 2 SAMUEL 22: 31:34 [PSALM 18: 30-33]; PSALM 42:1, as well as MATTHEW 5: 1-12. The “How do we do that?” line is taken from the end of Kevin’s “Apprenticeship” writing from IN THE HOUSE no. 2, by the way.)


Blessed are the poor in spirit

Blessed are the ones who grieve

Blessed are the ones who hear your voice

How do we do that? (How do we do that?)

Am G6 Fmaj7

I have sought your will and lived (2x)


Now hold me closer


Like a fawn who’s sleeping near a doe


Hold me closer that I may know

G2 Fmaj7

That you’re here and you won’t go away (2x)


You said you won’t

Blessed are lovers of righteousness

Blessed are the merciful

Blessed are the pure in heart

How can we be that? (How can we be that?)

Blessed are the peacemakers

Blessed are those who hunger for your will

Blessed are those who suffer for your sake

How do we do that? (How do we do that?)

October 20, 2004


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