Choral Jesus Loves Us Unison with alto saxophone and piano | 3 min | Listen This breezy swinging arrangement with saxophone and percussion breathes fresh life into the perhaps over familiar Sunday School favorite, Jesus Loves Me. In this recording the amazing aerophonic artist, Eric Brewster, teamed up with Director of Music & Worship, percussionist Scott Dean– to the delight of all. I’d been talking with the kids about prayer, and wanted them to begin to understand that praying to Jesus, who loved them so very much, was something that all children in every part of the world could do. After the standard first verse and chorus, with its joyous “YES!” (my favorite moment), I used this second verse: Jesus loves me! This I know, as He loved so long ago, Taking children on His knee, saying, “Let them come to me.” …followed by a modulation to my altered Jesus Loves the Little Children: Jesus loves the little children, All the children of the world. Whether here or far away, Jesus hears us when we pray. Jesus loves the little children of the world! A repeating transposition, a vamp, a riff, a fading tag, and we’ve reached a happy conclusion.