Listen to the song inspired by Vic's cousin, Kermit Zarley's book, The Third Day Bible Code which is available from Kermit's site, Still Here Books. That link will take you to the page that explains more about this special song which we wrote for Kermit's book. Also at this site, you may purchase Kermit's "Still Here" series of books.
Give Your Art to Jesus. Written and performed by Vic Zarley from his book, "How the World Works and What Jesus Does Through Us to Overcome It" (the Podiobooks.com version.) Also available as a downloadable book.
Blackboard Desert. Written and performed by Vic Zarley from his book, "How the World Works and What Jesus Does Through Us to Overcome It" (the Podiobooks.com version.) Also available as a downloadable book.
The Lord has inspired us (both individually and as songwriting partners) with many Christian songs. Often they are talks in themselves. Links to all of our songs are below.
For those of you interested, I have included lyrics (and, if I know them) chords. Just click on "lyrics" when the link is there. For those of you curious about the creative process, if I had something interesting to share, like the original paper the song was written on, I included that at "CreativeProcess".
Eva and I have a fairly large catalog of songs, each one being a talk in itself. Below you will find our produced songs for your edification divided by albums. Feel free to share. At the bottom of this page, I have included "songs in the rough." These are unproduced songs that we hope to graduate out of that classification someday. Also there are a few secular songs I have written.
Download or play A Perpetual Jubilee
by Vic and Eva Zarley:
Below are some songs that have not been adequately produced. Our intention is to produce them one day and move them out of this category. There are some original Christmas songs and an original secular song or two as well. These songs are not posted at the Jamendo.com website but are only available on this website. Either click on the title and your default player will play the song or you can right click on the link and "save target as" (then tell it where you want the file placed on your computer).