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Straight off - an apology: sorry if you think this song is a bit, well, unfair to Paul. Let me explain. We get hints in the New Testament that Paul may have looked somewhat unimpressive in person - 1 Corinthians 2:3f, 2 Corinthians 10:10 - and there's an apocryphal account which describes Paul as "a man of little stature..." (see the New Bible Dictionary article on Paul).
However - and it's a big HOWEVER - the message that Paul had: WOW! That was amazing.
So that's the angle this song takes - Paul himself, maybe not that cool, but WOW! the things that he said!
"Go, let's go, round the Mediterranean!"
The Apostle Paul had some amazing adventures as he travelled around the Mediterranean area spreading the Good News of Jesus Christ. It's a great theme for a series in Sunday School, or a holiday club, and that's where this song comes from.
Originally written as the theme song for a "Paul" Summer Club, it has four verses describing Paul's journeys - from his conversion on the road to Damascus, through prison adventures with Silas, ending up in Rome, via shipwrecks and other dangers!
Here's how it goes:
It's available as Sheet Music, MP3 downloads and on CDs from Maynard's Groovy Bible Tunes