Videoblog: All My Fountains clap Tutorial

If you’re familiar with the song “All My Fountains” by Chris Tomlin/Passion, you know that there is a very cool clapping part that accompanies the song. The song comes from a verse in Psalm 87:7 talking about the songs the people of God will sing in Zion (the city of God). I love it!

If you are at all rhythmically challenged, you might enjoy this little video explaining the different ways you can clap along with this song. Enjoy!*

 

“All My Fountains” by Chris Tomlin

This dry and desert land
I tell myself, “Keep walking on”
Hear something up ahead
Water falling like a song
An everlasting stream
Your river carries me home
Let it flow, let if flow

A flood for my soul
A well that never will run dry
I’ve rambled on my own
Never believing I would find
An everlasting stream
Your river carries me home
Let it flow, let it flow

[Chorus:]
Open the heavens
Come Living Water
All my fountains are in You
You’re strong like a river
Your love is running through
All my fountains are in You

[Bridge:]
Come on, and rain down on us
Rain down on us, Lord

 

* (Please note, while I do have HUGE hands, the fact that I’m holding them closer to the camera makes them look bigger than my head. Don’t be a hater!)

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