RRT Adelaide Visits Resthaven Nursing Home


The residents and staff of the Resthaven Nursing Home in Adelaide were thrilled with the music and songs performed during a recent visit from 70 RRT volunteers.

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On a Saturday afternoon a few weeks ago, the volunteers gathered at the nursing home to entertain the residents. It was an incredible experience….  Continue to read

RRT Visits Resthaven

I Still Call Australia Home

Get Me To The Church On Time

Crazy Little Thing Called Love

Come To Jesus

Breakdance Brass

Annie’s Song

76 Trombones

87 thoughts on “RRT Adelaide Visits Resthaven Nursing Home”

  1. hello says:

    please may I have the words for come to jesus

    1. amazed at u says:


      Weak and wounded sinner
      Lost and left to die
      O, raise your head for love is passing by
      Come to Jesus
      Come to Jesus
      Come to Jesus and live

      Now your burden’s lifted
      And carried far away
      And precious blood has washed away the stain
      So sing to Jesus
      Sing to Jesus
      Sing to Jesus and live

      And like a new born baby
      Don’t be afraid to crawl
      Remember when you walk sometimes you fall
      So fall on Jesus
      Fall on Jesus
      Fall on Jesus and live

      Sometimes the way is lonely
      And steep and filled with pain
      So if your sky is dark and pours the rain
      Then cry to Jesus
      Cry to Jesus
      Cry to Jesus and live

      Ohh, when the love spills over
      And music fills the night
      And when you can’t contain your joy inside
      Then dance for Jesus
      Dance for Jesus
      Dance for Jesus and live

      And with your final heartbeat
      Kiss the world goodbye
      Then go in peace, and laugh on glory’s side
      And fly to Jesus
      Fly to Jesus
      Fly to Jesus
      Fly to Jesus
      Fly to Jesus
      Fly to Jesus and live

  2. amazed at u says:

    Good choice of songs everybody

  3. very good. I’m impressed

  4. me says:

    is there a recording for walking in Memphis??

    1. Charlie B says:

      Hello ‘me’

      Please see the following website address for walking in Memphis.


  5. a.reeves says:

    Absolutely excellent music.
    Keep up the good choir and very good Testimony too.

  6. Marci says:

    Is it possible i can have a copy of these?

  7. Marci says:

    Awsome music!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  8. Jack Russel says:

    great music
    can you send us this music – so we can listen to it on the move.

  9. kris says:

    could i please have lyrics for annie’s song?

    1. wordz says:

      You fill up my senses like a night in a forest
      Like the mountains in springtime
      Like a walk in the rain,
      Like a storm in the desert
      Like a sleepy blue ocean
      You fill up my senses come fill me again.

      Come let you me love you
      Let me give my life to you
      Let me drowned in you laughter
      Let me die in your arms
      Let me lie down beside you
      Let me always be with you
      Come let me love you
      Come love me again.

  10. kay Hill says:

    Brilliant music & singing, Please could You send all your songs so I can listen to in the car, my children enjoy your music.

  11. Ronny says:

    awesome music guys

  12. Car says:

    hi could i have the words for i still call au home

    its nice

    1. wordz says:

      I’ve been to cities that never close down,
      From New York to Rio and old London town,
      But no matter how far or how wide I roam,
      I still call Australia home.

      I’m always trav’lin’,
      And I love being free,
      And so I keep leaving the sun and the sea,
      But my heart lies waiting — over the foam.
      I still call Australia home.

      All the sons and daughters spinning ’round the world,
      Away from their families and friends,
      But as the world gets older and colder and colder,
      It’s good to know where your journey ends.

      But someday we’ll all be together once more,
      When all of the ships come back to the shore,
      I realize something I’ve always known,
      I still call Australia home.

      But no matter how far or how wide I roam,
      I still call Australia, I still call Australia,
      I still call Australia home.

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