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Hey You, I Love Your Soul
|Hey You, I Love Your Soul|
|Studio album by|
|Released||April 21, 1998|
|Singles from Hey You, I Love Your Soul|
|Jesus Freak Hideout|||
- John L. Cooper – vocals, bass guitar, piano
- Trey McClurkin – drums, backing vocals
- Ken Steorts – guitar, backing vocals, guitar synth
A music video was made for the song "More Faithful". It features the band playing in a room with lights all about, with various shots of the sky cut in to show the theme of the song. An example is the line, "You have been more faithful than the morning sun." This is the only video that shows John playing piano, and the last video before his wife Korey joined on piano.
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