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God Reached Way Below the Bottom (Navajo Lyrics)

Add to EJ Playlist  This video provides the lyrics to "God Reached Way Below the Bottom (Doo Nihonít'i' Bitł'ááhdéé' God Shiiłtsood)," translated into the Navajo Language by Eugene Cody. The song is performed by Pastor Elizabeth Bryant and Virginia Greymountain of Inscription House, Arizona. The literal English translation is written below each Navajo word to help learn the words and meaning of the song. Enjoy! To purchase the music for this song, you can contact the artist at: PMB #5084, HC-70 Box 3 Tonalea, AZ. 86044. The price is $20 FOR THE CDS AND $15 FOR THE TAPES. Approval to post this address given by the artist.

Flow Through Me, Holy Spirit (Navajo Lyrics)

Add to EJ Playlist  In this video, I'm singing another reservation classic, "Flow Thru Me, Holy Spirit (Shii Nílí, Níłchi Diyinii)," written by Colbert and Joyce Croft and translated into the Navajo Language by Guy James of Sanders, AZ. To see the lyrics, you have to have annotations turned on! Below the Navajo lyrics are a literal translation of the words into English, rather than a re-iteration of the English lyrics. Hopefully, I'll hear one of you guys post a better rendition in Navajo better than I can on YouTube. Thanks again to my dad, Pastor Everett, for playing the guitar for me! :-)

His Eye is on the Sparrow (Navajo Lyrics)

Add to EJ Playlist  In this video, I'm singing another one of my favorite hymnals, "His Eye is on the Sparrow (Tsídii Yik'i Déez'íí')," written by Civilla D. Martin in 1905, music by Charles H. Gabriel, and translated into the Navajo Language by the Navajo Hymnal Committeee. To see the lyrics, you have to have annotations turned on! Below the Navajo lyrics are a literal translation of the words into English, rather than a re-iteration of the English lyrics. This song was made more popular when it was sung by Lauryn Hill & Tanya Blount in the movie "Sister Act 2." Too bad I can't sing it that well. Hopefully, I'll hear one of you guys post a better rendition in Navajo better than I can on YouTube (hint, hint to the Robinson Joneses and Jason Yazzies out there). Unfortunately, I didn't sing all the words to this song and I repeated the first verse and chorus in English. Most people don't sing all the words to this song... except for Daniel Smiley. Regardless, the lyrics in their entirety in Navajo are located in the songbook "Jesus Woodláájí Sin." Thanks to Timothy Oliver for playing the piano for me. You're awesome, and a tool for Christ. You are tool, Tim... you're such a tool! :-) Again, the purpose of posting these vids is to hopefully inspire you Christian Navajos all over the rez, from Castle Butte to Montezuma Creek from Alamo to Ramah, to be inspired to learn these songs sung by our Christian ancestors. We have this rich heritage of gospel music in Navajo and I would hate to see it die way. Enjoy, God Bless, & Happy Palm Sunday!

Guide Me O Thou Great Jehovah (Navajo Lyrics)

Add to EJ Playlist  In this video, I'm singing one of my favorite hymnals, "Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah," written by William Williams, and translated into the Navajo Language by John Charles. To see the lyrics, you have to have annotations turned on! Below the Navajo lyrics are a literal translation of the words into English, rather than a re-iteration of the English lyrics. I like resurrecting old songs. This song was originally written in the Welsh language, by William Williams in 1745. It was translated into English by Peter Williams. It was set to music by Thomas Hastings. Interestingly, this song was sung in Eng­lish at the fun­er­al of Di­a­na, Prin­cess of Wales, in West­min­ster Ab­bey, Lon­don, Sep­tem­ber 6, 1997. The style of the song presented here is taken from that recorded by the Cherokee Nation in their 2000 Cherokee National Holiday Gospel CD. Their version, sung in the Cherokee language, can be downloaded from their website for free in mp3 at www.cherokee.or g. Enjoy and God Bless!

Nearer My God to Thee (Navajo Lyrics)

Add to EJ Playlist  In this video, I'm singing the hymnal, "Nearer My God to Thee," written by Lowell Mason, and translated into the Navajo Language Alice P Gorman. To see the lyrics, you have to have annotations turned on! Below the Navajo lyrics are a literal translation of the words into English, rather than a re-iteration of the English lyrics. This song was actually recorded earlier today at Tsaile Community Church, in Tsaile, Arizona.

Take My Life and Let It Be (Navajo Lyrics)

Add to EJ Playlist  In this video, I'm singing the hymnal, "Take My Life and Let it Be," written by Frances and Havergal, and translated into the Navajo Language by Paul Redhouse. The video begins with the first verse in English. To see the lyrics, you have to have annotations turned on! Below the Navajo lyrics are a literal translation of the words into English, rather than a re-iteration of the English lyrics. This song was actually recorded earlier today at Tsaile Community Church, in Tsaile, Arizona.

The Millenium Prayer (Navajo Lyrics)

Add to EJ Playlist  This video is actually the lyrics to the famous hymnal, "The Lord's Prayer," translated into the Navajo language. It is sung to the tune of "Auld Lang Syne," similar to the gospel song called "The Millenium Prayer," by Cliff Richard. A large portion of the lyrics of the Millenium Prayer come from the Lord's Prayer. This song was actually recorded earlier today at Tsaile Community Church, as the TCC Worship Team was preparing for the New Year's service. We were practicing the song the Millenium Prayer and wanted to sing the Navajo lyrics of "The Lord's Prayer" instead to see if it would work. It worked for us & I figured I'd post it in case any one else was interested. It does seem fitting to merge this well-known New Year's song with a prayer, to serve both as a praise offering & prayer to God to begin a new year. Thanks to Sam Morris, Jr., who played the drums, & my cousin Jared Toledo who played the guitar for this song! Enjoy & Nizhónígo Nee Nínáádoohah (Happy New Year)!

Lord, I Give You My Heart (Navajo Lyrics)

Add to EJ Playlist  This video provides the lyrics to the Christian worship song, "Lord, I Give You My Heart," written by Michael W. Smith, and translated in the Navajo language by Mary C. Teller. The literal translation of each word or words below the Navajo words is provided in English to help learn the wrods to the song. This song is sung by myself, Terry Teller, & guitar played by my brother-in-law, Hansen Dempsey. This is presented by Tsaile Community Church The background picture is of Monument Valley, Utah.

"How the Fire Fell" sung in the Navajo Language

Add to EJ Playlist  In this video, choir members from the Lily of the Valley Church are singing the song, "How the Fire Fell (Níłch'i Bee Shi'doolzíí')," written by Miriam E. Oatman and translated into the Navajo Language by Florence Yazzie. Lily of the Valley Church is located in Red Valley, AZ. The pastor is David Nakai. In this video, he is the one playing the piano. The lyrics for this song are available. To see these lyrics, you have to have annotations turned on! Below the Navajo lyrics are a literal translation of the words into English, rather than a re-iteration of the English lyrics. This church was invited to our church, Tsaile Community Church, and their choir sang this song in Navajo. the lyrics to this song are available in their entirety in the songbook "Jesus Wóódláájí Sin, Navajo Hymns of Faith," on page 99.

"A Beautiful Life" sung in the Navajo Language

Add to EJ Playlist  In this video, choir members from the Lily of the Valley Church are singing the song, "A Beautiful Life (Ayóóánoolningo Iiná)," written by William M. Golden and translated into the Navajo Language by Paul Redhouse. Lily of the Valley Church is located in Red Valley, AZ. The pastor is David Nakai. In this video, he is the one playing the piano. The lyrics for this song are available. To see these lyrics, you have to have annotations turned on! Below the Navajo lyrics are a literal translation of the words into English, rather than a re-iteration of the English lyrics. This church was invited to our church, Tsaile Community Church, and their choir sang this song in Navajo. the lyrics to this song are available in their entirety in the songbook "Jesus Wóódláájí Sin, Navajo Hymns of Faith," on page 168.

This is the Day & Alive, Alive (Navajo Lyrics)

Add to EJ Playlist  This video provides the lyrics to the Christian song, "This is the Day (That The Lord Has Made)" translated into the Navajo language. Translator is unknown. The song continues with the lyrics to "Alive, Alive, Alive Forevermore." The literal translation of each word or words below the Navajo words is provided in English to help learn the wrods to the song. This song is sung by Tammy Begaye & Mary C. Teller of Tsaile Community Church. The background picture is of Monument Valley, UT.

Sweet Hour of Prayer (Navajo Lyrics)

Add to EJ Playlist  This video provides the lyrics to the Christian hymnal, "Sweet Hour of Prayer," written by William B. Bradbury, and translated in the Navajo language by Alice P. Gorman. The literal translation of each word or words below the Navajo words is provided in English to help learn the wrods to the song. This song is sung by Cynthia Anderson, lead singer of the Gospel Light Echoes. The background picture is of a volcanic butte called Ship Rock, near Shiprock, NM.

Savior, More Than Life to Me (Navajo Lyrics)

Add to EJ Playlist  This video provides the lyrics to the Christian hymnal, "Savior, More Than Life to Me," written by Frances J. Crosby, and music by W.H. Doan, and translated in the Navajo language by J.C. Morgan. The literal translation of each word or words below the Navajo words is provided in English to help learn the wrods to the song. This song is sung by the Gospel Light Echoes. The background picture is of a mesa called Round Rock, at Round Rock, AZ.

He Leadeth Me (Navajo Lyrics)

Add to EJ Playlist  This video provides the lyrics to the Christian hymnal, "He Leadeth Me; Oh, Blessed Thought!" written by William B. Bradbury, and translated in the Navajo language by Alice P. Gorman. The literal translation of each word or words below the Navajo words is provided in English to help learn the wrods to the song. This song is sung by the Gospel Light Echoes. The background to the picture shown is Wheatfields Lake, in Wheatfields, AZ.

He Leadeth Me (Navajo Lyrics)

Add to EJ Playlist  This video provides the lyrics to the Christian hymnal, "He Leadeth Me; Oh, Blessed Thought!" written by William B. Bradbury, and translated in the Navajo language by Alice P. Gorman. The literal translation of each word or words below the Navajo words is provided in English to help learn the wrods to the song. This song is sung by the Gospel Light Echoes. The background to the picture shown is Wheatfields Lake, in Wheatfields, AZ.

Amazing Grace (Lyrics in the Navajo Language)

Add to EJ Playlist  This video provides the lyrics to the famous hymnal, Amazing Grace, written by John Newton and translated in the Navajo language by Albert Tsosie. The literal translation of each word or words below the Navajo words is provided in English. This song is sung by Elizabeth Bryant and Virginia Greymountain of Inscription House, AZ. Pictured in the background is Monument Valley, UT. To purchase the music for this song, you can contact the artist at: PMB #5084, HC-70 Box 3 Tonalea, AZ. 86044. The price is $20 FOR THE CDS AND $15 FOR THE TAPES. Approval to post this address given by the artist.

I'm Bound For That City (Navajo lyrics)

Add to EJ Playlist  This video provides the lyrics to "I'm Bound for That City," written by Allison Durham Speer. The translator of this song into the Navajo language is unknown. The music is by the late Millie Jean Begaye, originally from Wheatfields, AZ. The literal English translation is written below each Navajo word to help learn the words and meaning of the song.

He Is Lord! (Navajo Lyrics)

Add to EJ Playlist  This video provides the lyrics to "He is Lord." The author of this song is unknown. Translation into the Navajo language is made by Geronimo Martin. The music is provided by Elizabeth Bryant & Virginia Greymountain, both from Inscription House, Arizona. Included in the beginning of the song is a passage of scripture from Philippians 2:9-1, read from the Navajo Bible. The literal English translation is written below each Navajo word to help learn the words and meaning of the song. Enjoy! To purchase the music for this song, you can contact the artist at: PMB #5084, HC-70 Box 3 Tonalea, AZ. 86044. The price is $20 FOR THE CDS AND $15 FOR THE TAPES. Approval to post this address given by the artist.

I'll Fly Away/Sweet By & By (Navajo Lyrics)

Add to EJ Playlist  This video provides the lyrics to "I'll Fly Away," written by Albert E. Brumley. Translation into the Navajo language is made by Paul Redhouse. This song is then followed with "In the Sweet By and By," written by J.P. Webster, & is translated into Navajo by Louis Henry. The music is provided by Elizabeth Bryant & Virginia Greymountain, both from Inscription House, Arizona. The literal English translation is written below each Navajo word to help learn the words and meaning of the song. Enjoy! To purchase the music for this song, you can contact the artist at: PMB #5084, HC-70 Box 3 Tonalea, AZ. 86044. The price is $20 FOR THE CDS AND $15 FOR THE TAPES. Approval to post this address given by the artist.

I Remember Calvary (Navajo Lyrics)

Add to EJ Playlist  This video provides the lyrics to "I Remember Calvary," written by J.M. Blacki. J.C. Morgan & unknown authors of the Di-glot Songbook are responsible for translating this song into the Navajo language is unknown. The music is by the Thomas Arviso Band, from Happy Valley, New Mexico. The literal English translation is written below each Navajo word to help learn the words and meaning of the song. Enjoy! This band is available for contact at: http://www.mysp ace.com/thomasa rviso

What A Day (Navajo Lyrics)

Add to EJ Playlist  This video provides the lyrics to "What A Day That Will Be," written by Jim Hill. The translator of this song into the Navajo language is unknown. The music is by the late Millie Jean Begaye, originally from Wheatfields, AZ. The literal English translation is written below each Navajo word to help learn the words and meaning of the song. Enjoy! Category: Music

Come, Thou Fount (Navajo Lyrics)

Add to EJ Playlist  This video provides the lyrics to "Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing," written by Robert Robinson, music arrangement by John Wyeth & translated by Albert Tsosie, into the Navajo language. The music is by the Elizabeth Bryant & Virginia Greymountain, from Inscription House, AZ. The literal English translation is written below each Navajo word to help learn the words and meaning of the song. Enjoy! To purchase the music for this song, you can contact the artist at: PMB #5084, HC-70 Box 3 Tonalea, AZ. 86044. The price is $20 FOR THE CDS AND $15 FOR THE TAPES. Approval to post this address given by the artist.

Lord, I'm Coming Home (Navajo Lyrics)

Add to EJ Playlist  This video provides the lyrics to "Lord, I'm Coming Home," written by William K. Kirkpatrick, & translated by Alice P. Gorman, into the Navajo language. The music is by the Elizabeth Bryant & Virginia Greymountain, from Inscription House, AZ. The literal English translation is written below each Navajo word to help learn the words and meaning of the song. Enjoy! To purchase the music for this song, you can contact the artist at: PMB #5084, HC-70 Box 3 Tonalea, AZ. 86044. The price is $20 FOR THE CDS AND $15 FOR THE TAPES. Approval to post this address given by the artist.

The Uncloudy Day (Navajo Lyrics)

Add to EJ Playlist  This video provides the lyrics to the hymnal "Uncloudy Day," written by Rev. Josiah K. Alwood, translated into the Navajo language. The translator of this song is unknown. This song is also known as, "The Unclouded Day." The music is by the late Millie Begay, from Wheatfields, AZ. The literal English translation is written below each Navajo word to help learn the words and meaning of the song. Enjoy!

Haven of Rest (Navajo Lyrics)

Add to EJ Playlist  This video provides the lyrics to the hymnal "Haven of Rest," written by Henry Lake Gilmour, translated into the Navajo language. The translator of this song is unknown. The music is by the late Millie Begay, from Wheatfields, AZ. The literal English translation is written below each Navajo word to help learn the words and meaning of the song. Enjoy! I apologize... I realize that this song had a wrong word placed in. The word "shik'ideílk'o̜ ł " has no meaning. Rather, it should be "shik'idiilko̜' ," which means, "waves splashed over me." Sorry about that error & enjoy!

This World Is Not My Home (Navajo Lyrics)

Add to EJ Playlist  This video provides the lyrics to "This World is Not My Home," written by Albert E. Brumley, & translated by Roger Deal & Evan Adams, into the Navajo language. The music is by the Beach Family, from Cedar Creek, AZ. The literal English translation is written below each Navajo word to help learn the words and meaning of the song. Enjoy! The singers sing the lyrics a little differently since the performers are members of the White Mountain Apache Tribe. Apache is spoken differently but similarly to Navajo.

Jesus Loves Me (Navajo Lyrics)

Add to EJ Playlist  This video provides the lyrics to Jesus Loves Me, written by William B. Bradbury, & translated by L.P. Brink, into the Navajo language. The literal English translation is written below each Navajo word to help learn the words and meaning of the song. Enjoy!

Háálá Ayóo Diyin (Navajo Lyrics)

Add to EJ Playlist  This video provides the lyrics to Háálá Ayóo Diyin. The author of this song Raye Begay, written in 1993. This hymnal is originally written in the Navajo language. To date, no English translation of this song exists. The literal English translation is written below each Navajo word to help learn the words and meaning of the song. Hope you enjoy this & God Bless! The music is by Elizabeth Bryant & Virignia Greymountain of Inscription House, AZ. To purchase the music for this song, you can contact the artist at: PMB #5084, HC-70 Box 3 Tonalea, AZ. 86044. The price is $20 FOR THE CDS AND $15 FOR THE TAPES. Approval to post this address given by the artist.

Dóólá Dó' ShiDiyin Da (Navajo Lyrics)

Add to EJ Playlist  This video provides the lyrics to Dóólá Dó' ShiDiyin Da, written by Daniel Smiley, a Pastor from Black Mountain. The title means, "How Great is My God!" This hymnal is originally written in the Navajo language. To date, no English translation of this song exists. The literal English translation is written below each Navajo word to help learn the words and meaning of the song. Hope you enjoy this & God Bless!

Wonderful Peace (Navajo lyrics)

Add to EJ Playlist  This video provides the lyrics to Wonderful Peace, written by W.G. Cooper, & translated by Paul Redhouse, into the Navajo language. The literal English translation is written below each Navajo word to help learn the words and meaning of the song. Also, at the very bottom is the English lyrics of the song. Hope you enjoy this & God Bless!



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