“I Want to Say Thank You” – Lisa Page Brooks

“I Want to Say Thank You”
Lisa Page Brooks
From the Habakkuk Music CD Strong

“I Want to Say Thank You,” by Lisa Page Brooks, is a plaintive but comforting ballad that plays out as part thanksgiving for blessings bestowed and part apology for not always deserving them.

If you listen closely, towards the end you will hear Lisa give thanks for her husband, who is Pastor Michael Brooks, himself a gospel music artist and producer, best remembered for his work with Commissioned.

Clearly, the song has hit a chord with radio listeners who share Lisa’s belief that sometimes we get what we don’t deserve.

Strong is Lisa Page Brooks’ first solo release since her 2001 self titled debut. She is the Stellar Award-winning lead singer of Witness and has been nominated for Dove and Grammy Awards.

About Bob Marovich

Bob Marovich is a gospel music historian, author, and radio host. Founder of Journal of Gospel Music blog (formally The Black Gospel Blog) and producer of the Gospel Memories Radio Show.


  1. I love this song!

  2. I listen to this song over and over I love It . Need to a # one song . I love it

  3. I love this song. I turn on the rado and there it is and right on time. Thank you Lisa for letting God lead you to record this.

  4. Wonderful.what a great song, and a great voice.The voice is so unique. I just can’t seem to get encough of that beautiful song.

  5. The first time I Heard this song it really bless my heart. Thats all we can do is say thank for all the Lord has done for us.What powerful and anointed words.I listen to this song when it came on radio.All I can say is thank you Lisa.

  6. this i just beautiful song an be thankful everthing you have an everthing you go through all because of the lord

  7. I have heard this song for the 2nd time yesterday, Im trying to find a full length version online somewhere, its beautiful and fully express how I feel!!


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