Pe aripi spre Tine

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Aici Te aștept azi,
Locuiește-n min', Te rog,
Tânjesc după Tine din nou.
M-ascunzi în iubirea-Ți,
Du-mă pe genunchi.
Să Te cunosc vreau tot mai mult.
Trăiește-n min',
Viața mea inund-o.
Respiri în min',
Să mă-nalț pe aripi spre Tin'.
E
Aici Te aștept azi,
Locuiește-n min', Te rog,
Tânjesc după Tine din nou.
M-ascunzi în iubirea-Ți,
Du-mă pe genunchi.
Să Te cunosc vreau tot mai mult.
Compusă în 1998. S1RS2RS2R x2

Versiunea Originală

Eagle's Wings

Here I am waiting, abide in me, I pray
Here I am longing for You
Hide me in Your love, bring me to my knees
May I know Jesus more and more

Come live in me all my life, take over
Come breathe in me, I will rise on eagle's wings
Come live in me all my life, take over
Come breathe in me, I will rise on eagle's wings

Here I am waiting, abide in me, I pray
Here I am longing for You
Hide me in Your love, bring me to my knees
May I know Jesus more and more

Come live in me all my life, take over
Come breathe in me, I will rise on eagle's wings
Come live in me all my life, take over
Come breathe in me, I will rise on eagle's wings

Come live in me all my life, take over
Come breathe in me, I will rise on eagle's wings
I will rise on eagle's wings, I will rise on eagle's wings
I will rise on eagle's wings, I will rise on eagle's wings

I will rise on eagle's wings, I will rise on eagle's wings
On eagle's wings

Povestea din Spate (EN)

On Eagles' Wings is a devotional song composed by Michael Joncas. Its words are loosely based on Psalm 91 and Isaiah 40:31. Written in 1975-1976, for the wake and funeral of a friend and classmate's (Douglas Hall) father, it was then recorded in 1979, with Douglas Hall as producer. The song was then published by North American Liturgy Resources and was later purchased by New Dawn Music, a subsidiary of Oregon Catholic Press. It quickly proved to be quite popular as a contemplative song at Catholic Masses as well as at Protestant services; it is now sung in churches of many denominations including Pentecostal churches and was performed at many of the funerals of victims of September 11. It is often performed either at the beginning or the ending of a Roman Catholic Funeral Mass. It has been performed at many papal Masses which were broadcast internationally. It was also selected as part of the 2007 funeral Mass for Luciano Pavarotti in Modena, Italy, which was also broadcast internationally.
Fr. Joncas has stated that his preference for the title would be "On Eagle's Wings," indicating that the wings belong to a single eagle which is metaphorically related to God, but he said he could make an argument for "On Eagles' Wings," indicating wings that belong to many eagles, since there would be many wings needed to lift up the multiple people in covenant with God.

--wikipedia.org