Top Easter Songs You Have To Listen To

There are so many great Easter songs that we can consider. It is quite difficult to make a list because of the fact that any such list would be highly subjective. These are some that a lot of people love so that is why we recommend them. Let us just listen to the songs and enjoy Easter as much as we can.


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All Things New

We recommend the version by Chris Brown, Wade Joye, Mack Brock and Ben Richter. It is not about resurrection or the Cross so we need to consider it as being one of the perfect Easter songs as it does emphasize Jesus Christ’s sacrifice as he came in order to make things new for all of us.


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So Great

This song is written by so many incredibly talented people including Stu Garrard, Paul Baloche, Israel Houghton, Graham Kendrick, Matt Redman, Andy Park, Michael W. Smith, Martin Smith, Darlene Zschech and Chris Tomlin. With such incredible composers, it is a guarantee that the song will be really good. Listen to it and we guarantee that you will love this.


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Carry Your Name

Christy Nockels manages to offer a really lovely delivery of this church favorite. The song was written by Chris Tomlin, Nathan Nockels, Jason Ingram and Christy. It is a song that is basically filled with lovely imagery. It is perfect as one of the best Easter songs, all in a really good congregational setting.

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Love So High

People always love this song from the very first hearing. The song was composed by Jason Ingram, Chris Tomlin, Reuben Morgan and Matt Redman. It is one of the Easter songs that you can listen all year round since it is quite great and inspirational. You will love to hear this song in the event that you love Christ or if religion is a huge part of your live. The song is definitely wonderful.


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Sing Of The Blood

This is a piano based song that helps people to emphasize the need for the atonement of Christ. It was written by Deluge’s Jonathan Stockstill and Sing Of The Blood is great for absolutely all worshipers out there. You will surely love the bridge since it is basically perfect for medleys.


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You need to hear Alive by Natalie Grant. It is a song that basically everyone should know and if you do not, you have to listen to it right away. Its lyrics are perfect and the entire song can only be defined as being musically rich. You will want to listen to it on repeat.


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We are sure that some of your favorite Easter songs are not at all on our list. As we already said, this is subjective. Share your favorites in the comments below so that we can all hear them.

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