Hear My Heart by Jeff and Sheri Easter
Product #: CT11402
Release Date: 06/21/2011
Digital Release Date: 06/21/2011
Tags: Accompaniment, Soundtrack, Radio hits, Southern gospel
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A song born from the struggles and trials that are part of the human condition. At times when words fall short, God hears our heart. Co-written by Sheri Easter, Wayne Haun, and Joel Lindsey after Sheri’s recent battle with cancer.
Hear My Heart - Performance Track Original without Background Vocals - in the key of A
Hear My Heart - Performance Track High with Background Vocals - in the key of C
Hear My Heart - Performance Track High without Background Vocals - in the key of C
Hear My Heart - Performance Track Low with Background Vocals - in the key of F#
Hear My Heart - Performance Track Low without Background Vocals - in the key of F#
Hear My Heart - Demonstration - in the key of F#
Hear My Heart - Lyrics
User contributed reviews
I've been in this place a few times myself, and this beautiful song perfectly conveys that experience. What a blessing!
Disappointing, artist is not Sherri Easter and is very hard to hear over the instruments. Download is only MP3 which made it useless to me. Worst Crossroad music I ever bought.
Daniel Mount (Crossroads Staffer)
This is a performance track, not an artist project. As such, we clearly label the "demonstration" track as a demonstration. Its objective is to demonstrate how to perform the soundtrack correctly, for those who might not already be familiar with the entire song and arrangement.
If mp3s are useless to you, I would suggest downloading iTunes or Windows Media Player for your computer. Both can play mp3s nicely. We use the mp3 format because it is the closest to a universally accepted format on Windows, Mac, Linux, Chrome OS, iOS, Android, and Blackberry operating systems. Incidentally, we offer high-quality 320kbps mp3s for the best sound quality possible in the mp3 format.
I can only imagine that her downloading technique and/or equipment was not up to par. I have this MP3 and the vocals are clear as a bell and easily heard over the music.
I knew it was not Sheri when I heard it, but I didn't care as it's a beautiful song. The words have been a blessing to me more than once. Keep up the good work Crossroads...
Thanks, Valerie! The sound system on which downloaded mp3s are reproduced makes a huge difference. :)
I've never been dissapointed with any CrossRoads MP3s. Don't change a thing