Everett Adams


I am a servant of God, retired from the working world but working full time writing and producing music to spread the Gospel through song. Messages given me to pass on to God's people and those that should be God's people, messages of warning, of love and hope, of encouragement in these the last days of a corrupt and dying world. I am a songwriter that does not perform what he writes, I look for an artist that sings better than they write, that look for new material to sing. I have written over 3000 songs, most of which are Gospel in a number of style and tempos. Country, Southern and bluegrass being the main flavor. I have self-produced a number of recordings over the years which got a fair amount of airplay, a # one song, and an SHAI award. I boast only in the fact that the Lord has trusted me enough to give me His songs to write. If you are an artist interested in hearing some of the songs He has given me, for possible recording, email me (ecadams@xplornet.ca) and I will give you a link to listen. I don't have a personal website or a social site but I do have several storage sites for my songs of different genres, which I give to those interested enough to make personal contact. I also have a number of pages on CD Baby where people can hear, purchase CDs or downloads. They can also purchase CDs by mail directly from me.


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He Grew The Tree (Key E)

album: I'm A Son Worshiper
genre: Christian country
streams: 10
audio file: mp3, 2.5MB, 00:02:45


He made the soil/ that grew the tree

That made the cross/ of agony

That they spiked Him to/ on Calvary

Yes He made it all/ to set man free


To set man free/ He grew that tree

Of pain and agony/ that He would die on

To set man free/ gave them victory

So man could be/ united in Zion


He made the sun/ that warmed the soil

That grew that tree/ without man's toil

That they shaped into/ a cross of pain

Where He would pay all/ man's sin and shame


He made the rain/ watered that tree

So it would grow/ strong and healthy

So it could bear His/ battered body

To atone for all/ humanity


(c)2016 Everett Adams(Newsflash Sounds)

He Grew The Tree  (Key E)


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