Goodman Revival Powerful 'I Hold A Clear Title To A Mansion' Performance Lyric Video

Listen to this wonderful performance of the beloved hymn ‘I Hold A Clear Title To A Mansion’ from the group Goodman Revival.

“I’ve heard people talk about heaven

And tell of its beauty so rare.

So one day he gave me a title

To a mansion in that land so fair.”

What a great hymn that reminds us of our Heavenly home. The voices in Goodman Revival do such a lovely job of bringing the importance of this message to the forefront.

“Goosebumps for sure. Never will get too much of this song. Thank you,” comments one person on YouTube after watching the music video.

“Beautiful song with wonderful lyrics. Heaven is the real home,” writes another person online.

The people that make up the group Goodman Revival include Tanya Goodman Sykes, her husband, acclaimed producer Michael Sykes, and friend Johnny Minick, who is a gospel music veteran who performed for years with the Goodmans. The trio released their debut album titled Songs in the Key of Happy, where they revived Goodman classics such as ‘I Wouldn’t Take Nothing for My Journey Now,’ ‘Until You’ve Known the Love of God,’ and ‘Who Am I.’ 

“There is trust between the three of us,” Tanya Goodman Sykes shares. “There is friendship. There is a wealth of shared experience. We all grew up in church 24-7, and this music has been a big part of all three of our lives. None of us planned this, but we're in a place in our lives where we walk through doors as they open.”

The hymn ‘I Hold A Clear Title To A Mansion’ is one that is sure to uplift and encourage, and we love how the Goodman Revival performed the song in this video. We hope that you enjoyed watching this beautiful performance, too.


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