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Top 25 Worship Songs - What's Missing?

Following are the Top 25 songs reported by churches in their Copy Activity Reports, as used for the February 2010 royalty payout (for surveys returned between April 1, 2009 and September 30, 2009).
Report Period 409 - United States
RANKSONG TITLEAUTHOR/SCCLI #
1Mighty To SaveFielding, Ben\Morgan, Reuben4591782
2How Great Is Our GodTomlin, Chris\Reeves, Jesse\Cash, Ed4348399
3Blessed Be Your NameRedman, Beth\Redman, Matt3798438
4Here I Am To WorshipHughes, Tim3266032
5Everlasting GodBrown, Brenton\Riley, Ken4556538
6Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone)Tomlin, Chris\Giglio, Louie\Newton, John4768151
7Open The Eyes Of My HeartBaloche, Paul2298355
8Your Grace Is EnoughMaher, Matt4477026
9Jesus MessiahTomlin, Chris\Carson, Daniel\Reeves, Jesse\Cash, Ed5183443
10Holy Is The LordTomlin, Chris\Giglio, Louie4158039
11Shout To The LordZschech, Darlene1406918
12ForeverTomlin, Chris3148428
13You Are My KingFoote, Billy2456623
14Come Now Is The Time To WorshipDoerksen, Brian2430948
15Revelation SongRiddle, Jennie Lee4447960
16In Christ AloneTownend, Stuart\Getty, Keith3350395
17Lord I Lift Your Name On HighFounds, Rick117947
18Hosanna (Praise Is Rising)Baloche, Paul\Brown, Brenton4662491
19God Of WondersByrd, Marc\Hindalong, Steve3118757
20We Fall DownTomlin, Chris2437367
21Beautiful OneHughes, Tim3915912
22From The Inside OutHouston, Joel4705176
23The Heart Of WorshipRedman, Matt2296522
24You Are My All In AllJernigan, Dennis825356
25Days Of ElijahMark, Robin1537904

I took this chart from the CCLI website. It is amazing how the list doesn't change much from year to year. Even some oldies are still on there like Lord I Lift Your Name on High and Shout to the Lord.

So here's my question, "What worship songs are new and fresh in churches today? What should I be listening to?"
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