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Play “Singing On”


To Ken Medema for the songs, the sounds, and the space to grow. His magic at the keyboards, his inspiration, and his time are much appreciated! Oh, and so are his numerous offers to share that special coffee of his. Maybe I should have tried some. It sure works for him!

To Tom Butler for pushing the right buttons at the right time (how do engineers do it?), and for providing the studio space and equipment that gave us a clean, crisp recording. And he even included a padded music stand and matching wall hanging. Impressive, huh?

To Jay Wampler for designing the cover. It’s nice to work with such a creative and patient person.

To Jonathan Mellechamp for shooting me – with a camera that is.

To my family, who has always been so supportive. My husband, Conrad, supplies lots of encouragement, and my kids believed in me enough to help finance this project. Thanks to Kandace, too, who makes being a grandma so much fun!

RECORDED AT: Brier Patch Music, San Francisco, CA

Donna Krieger


Song List & Lyrics

Click each song title below for lyrics

         (Donna J. Krieger) Copyright 1988 Donna J. Krieger

         (Medema) Copyright 1977 Word Music, Inc.

         (MedemaCopyright 1982 GlorySound


         (MedemaCopyright 1987 Purifoy Publishing

         (Krieger/MedemaCopyright 1988 by D.J. Krieger

         (MedemaCopyright 1985 by Ron Harris Music

         (Donna J. Krieger) Copyright 1988 by D.J. Krieger


         (Donna J. KriegerCopyright 1988 by D.J. Krieger

         (Donna J. KriegerCopyright 1988 by D.J. Krieger

Looking Back

When the Lord fills our lives with His song, we can sing on and on and on. In the good times and the bad. That’s the message of the title song by Ken Medema, the producer of this album. If any of you know Ken, you know that this recording is full of delightful improv and joyful sounds. It was a great privilege to collaborate with him on these arrangements. I love singing his songs and hearing him masterfully unfold the beauty of the old hymns we chose. It was a “once in a lifetime” opportunity to work with him. By the way, he’s still singing on.