- Expect Your Miracle The Clark Sisters 4:31
Often (incorrectly) called “I’m Looking For A Miracle” after the first line of the song, this 1980 hit for The Clark Sister’s exemplifies their “sound” with unique harmonies and a very contemporary feel to the music.
Just as their mother, Mattie Moss Clark, led the Church of God in Christ’s music program to the gospel forefront in the late 60’s and early 70’s, the Clark Sisters continued raising the musical bar and further pushing the boundaries of the emerging contemporary gospel scene.
Really it wasn’t the Clark Sisters per se pushing the limits, it was Mattie’s daughter Twinkie (Elbertina) Clark, who led the group. Twinkie plays both organ and piano on this cut. The credits for the “Is My Living In Vain” album that this song is from reads:
Written-By, Keyboards, Synthesizer [bass], Conductor, Arranged By, Mixed By E. Twinkie Clark (oh yeah, she sings too!)
I’m looking for a miracle
I expect the impossible
I feel the intangible &
I see the invisible
The sky is the limit
To what I can have
Just believe and receive it
God will perform it today
I expect a miracle every day,
God will make a way out of no way