If you want a little pick me up, just watch the One Voice Children’s Choir perform “Glorious” at Millennial Falls in Draper, Utah. The song was written by David Archuleta, the runner-up on the seventh season of American Idol, and was produced for the Church-backed documentary Meet the Mormons.
The children sound like angels, and “Glorious” is very inspiring, particularly if you listen to the words. Their beautiful harmonies create an incredible symphony of praise.
The lyrics include:
“There are times when you might feel aimless and can’t see the places where you belong, but you will find that there is a purpose, it’s been there within you all along.”
The chorus goes:
“It’s like a symphony, just keep listening and pretty soon you’ll start to figure out your part. Everyone plays a piece, and there are melodies in each one of us. Oohhh it’s glorious.”
The video has been viewed nearly 8 million times on YouTube. The children’s voices are so pure and wonderful, the song has even touched those who are not very spiritual. One YouTube user commented:
“Hey I’m an Atheist and I like this. The human voice is awesome. You don’t have to be religious to appreciate reality.”
The award-winning One Voice Children’s Choir is made up of 140 children ages 4 to 18. Their goal is to inspire, enrich, and uplift those around them. It’s apparent that they are doing just that!
You can watch the choir’s performance of “Glorious” in the video below.