We already brought you singer Beckah Shae’s rendition of Ed Sheeran’s mega-popular hit “Shape of You” — and now we’re highlighting her cover of yet another hit song: Martin Garrix and Dua Lipa’s “Scared to be Lonely.”
Shae tweaked the original lyrics to reimagine what the secular song would sound like as a Christian-themed hit, invoking “eternal” themes to transform the tune; she published her performance of the song on YouTube earlier this month.
“Take my soul, my body — purify my heart and mind,” she sings. “You’re the only reason I’m holding onto life, set apart to be holy.”
Watch Shae’s version of the song below:
As Faithwire previously reported, Shae has been performing Christian music for the past decade, forming her own record label alongside her husband Jack Shocklee.
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