Carolyn Wing Greenlee

Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled

It’s finally here! Yay!

Listen to “Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled”




I wanted it to be inviting, accessible, with every song easy to sing and catchy enough to remember. I wanted my bacground vocals to be sung by young people, but not like a choir. What if they didn’t have soaring soprano voices like Cinderella and Snow White? When I was young, I was a hopelessly earthbound alto, and I didn’t even try to sing until folk music made it onto KFWB in the 1960s. Folk music wasn’t about having the perfect voice; it was about having something to say. Anyone could do it. That’s what I intended for this album: I wanted everyone to feel welcome to sing along.

When Dan and I decided to do this album, we agreed that it must not lose the folk feel of the original songs. Dan said he would see to it, but I was still afraid. Instead of simple guitar or piano, there would be actual arrangements with musicians Dan would choose. Trouble was, Dan is a rock musician, and he chose other rock musicians and a bass player best known for playing outrageous funk. I was terrified.

And now it’s here—seven years later, with many dangers, toils and snares that were encountered and overcome in the process. I lost my health, my husband and then my father, and I lost my voice three times for months, even years. In the midst of it all, I lived on these Scriptures, coming to know my Savior in richer and greater depths. Dan and I believe the album is better for the delays. As he kept telling me, God’s timing is perfect.

I love it when a project is much more wonderful because of the contributions of those who were included in it. I love that some of the voices on the tracks belong to members of my family. I love it because this album is immensely better than I could have imagined. And I’ll love it when you sing along.


“Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled” is now available on iTunes, and just about every other online music store.


Go here to stream full versions of all the songs, or to order a CD or USB Flash drive.


  1. Sue Gong

    September 24, 2015 - 8:51 AM

    We’ve all been waiting for this. So proud of you. Much, much love, Sue

  2. Donna

    September 16, 2015 - 5:24 PM

    So enjoyed hearing the words of life set to your music on our way to doctor appointment Monday. I have been
    Touched by your blessed messages for many years now during worship. I am doubly blessed to have the album
    On the road also. The way God brings people together is awesome. All whose gifts I hear on the album move my soul. Thank you. God bless you

  3. Mary E. Trimble

    September 14, 2015 - 2:07 PM

    BIG congratulations, Carolyn. It’s amazing how much you do and how creative you are. Good luck with this album. I wish you the very best.

  4. Sophia

    September 14, 2015 - 10:54 AM

    I love your heart and sharing all your concerns and fears.. and Yet God is sooo Faithful to know the heart of his Daughter.. and that this Album is perfect and in His Perfect timing.. Love you and Miss you .. Always. I look forward to sing along (out of tune) i’m sure.. but God hears my Heart (HE TOLD ME THAT ONCE) while Jimmy Gene sang so perfect tuned.. lol
    Tears of Joy my Sister in Christ,

  5. Iris

    September 12, 2015 - 10:58 AM

    Amazing! I just got an email from your son just yesterday and I was thrilled that your album has finally came out! I was part of the choir for “Perfect Love” and it’s amazing how wonderful it sounds! I am definitely getting my own copy. God Bless, Carolyn!

  6. Dan

    September 11, 2015 - 10:55 AM

    No special lighting and no makeup, and yet, you look beautiful, Carolyn.

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