I Am The Great Sun (Single​/​EP)

by Joanne Hogg

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An ancient liturgical Christian poem, found on a Normandy crucifix of 1632 and Anon. in St. David's Cathedral Wales.
'Our Lord The Sun' was used in prayer by Christians up to the fifth and sixth century and embodied in the Liturgy until altered to 'Our Lord The God'.

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released June 1, 2000

Joanne Hogg: Vocals
Tim Oliver: Piano & keyboards
Terl Bryant: Drums & percussion
Fiona Davidson: Clarsach
David Clifton: Mandola, mandolin, angel vibe guitar
Troy Donockley: Low whistle
Chris Haigh: Violin

Produced by Nigel Palmer & Nick Fletcher
Radio remix arranged by David Clifton & Jon Kelly
Mixed by Jon Kelly
Mastered by Denis Blackham

Little Room Recordings 2000
Words: From a Norman Crucifix of 1632 & Anon. St David's Cathedral, Wales.
Included in an anthology of verse by the English poet Charles Causley.
Music: David Clifton 1998 Published by IQ Music Ltd

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Track Name: I Am The Great Sun
I Am the Great Sun, but you do not see me
I Am your Husband, but you turn away
I Am the Captive, but you do not free me
I Am the Captain you will not obey

I Am the Truth, but you will not believe me
I Am the City, where you will not stay
I Am you Wife, your Child, but you will leave me
I Am the God to whom you will not pray

I Am your Counsel, but you do not hear me
I Am the Lover, whom you will betray
I Am the Victor, but you do not cheer me
I Am the Holy Dove whom you will slay

I Am your Life, but if you will not name Me
Seal up your soul with tears and never blame Me


Found on a Norman crucifix of 1632 and in St. David's Cathedral Wales.
'Our Lord The Sun' was used in prayer by Christians up to the fifth and sixth century and embodied in the Liturgy until altered to 'Our Lord The God'.

Also translated into English by the poet Charles Causley
Track Name: I Am The Great Sun (radio re-mix)
I Am the Great Sun, but you do not see me
I Am your Husband, but you turn away
I Am the Captive, but you do not free me
I Am the Captain you will not obey

I Am the Truth, but you will not believe me
I Am the City, where you will not stay
I Am you Wife, your Child, but you will leave me
I Am the God to whom you will not pray

I Am your Counsel, but you do not hear me
I Am the Lover, whom you will betray
I Am the Victor, but you do not cheer me
I Am the Holy Dove whom you will slay

I Am your Life, but if you will not name Me
Seal up your soul with tears and never blame Me


Found on a Norman crucifix of 1632 and in St. David's Cathedral Wales.
'Our Lord The Sun' was used in prayer by Christians up to the fifth and sixth century and embodied in the Liturgy until altered to 'Our Lord The God'.
Also included in an anthology of verse by the English poet Charles Causley.
Track Name: I Am The Great Sun (piano/vocal mix)
I Am the Great Sun, but you do not see me
I Am your Husband, but you turn away
I Am the Captive, but you do not free me
I Am the Captain you will not obey

I Am the Truth, but you will not believe me
I Am the City, where you will not stay
I Am you Wife, your Child, but you will leave me
I Am the God to whom you will not pray

I Am your Counsel, but you do not hear me
I Am the Lover, whom you will betray
I Am the Victor, but you do not cheer me
I Am the Holy Dove whom you will slay

I Am your Life, but if you will not name Me
Seal up your soul with tears and never blame Me


Little Room Recordings 2000
Words: From a Norman Crucifix of 1632 & Anon. St David's Cathedral, Wales.
Included in an anthology of verse by the English poet Charles Causley.
Music: David Clifton 1998 Published by IQ Music Ltd