I was assigned a difficult task: read the entirety of Romans 12 interspersed between songs. Try it for yourself - it's not as if Romans 12 allows easy jumping-off-into-singing points.
This was my attempt...
We played Fill Us With Your Love, which is a tune I wrote a few weeks back to supplement All My Favorite People Are Broken. It goes like this (followed by Romans 12:1-2):
Fill us with your love, Lord, Warm us to your truth
Break our pride-filled hearts, Lord, Take and make them new
Soak us through with grace, Lord, Call us back anew
Break our stubborn hearts, Lord, Make us more like You
Then we sang The Church's One Foundation in 6 rather than 8, to keep the juices flowing (followed by 3-8). Here's a smidge of the lyrics:
The church’s one foundation is Jesus Christ our Lord
We are Christ’s new creation by water and the word
From heaven Christ came and sought us in love to set us free
With precious love Christ bought us for all eternity
Then Called As Partners in Christ's Service, same tune as Come Thou Long. Still in 6, still in D, still moving right along (followed by 9-13).
Called as partners in Christ’s service, Called to ministries of grace
We respond with deep commitment, Fresh new lines of faith to trace
May we learn the art of sharing, Side by side and friend with friend
Equal partners in our caring, To fulfill God’s chosen end
And finally Lord, Make Us Instruments of Your Peace. Which, apparently, is bereft of decent recordings. And finishing with 14-21.
Lord, make us instruments of your peace, Where there is hatred, let your love increase
Lord, make us instruments of your peace
Walls of pride and prejudice, When we are your instruments of peace
I'm not saying it was pretty. But I suppose we prevailed.