Cantor Schwartz and Ian Johnson Sing “Never Alone”
Song of the Week • 4m 3s
This is a special time of year, as many winter holidays provide a chance for families to gather and for communities of faith to join together. Still, it is part of the human condition to feel alone, as Cantor Schwartz and Ian Johnson sing, “even in a crowd of people.”
It can be a great comfort to recall that our common experiences bring us together, that whether you are gathering with immediate family, your chosen family, or a wider community such as PAS (in person or virtually!), you are, truly, “Never Alone.”
Written by Ian Johnson, SingItAgain (ASCAP) and Ray Chew, Charu (BMI)
Arranged by Ray Chew
Produced by Ray Chew, Demar Brown, and Tyrell Belle
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