In the book of Revelation (ch 15) there is a reference to those who were victorious over the beast, and they were singing the song of Moses, and the song of the Lamb. I do not think it insignificant that they first sang the song of Moses, the servant of God and giver of the Law that condemns all who do not keep it perfectly to a sentence of death. If you will sing that song, and agree with its verdict, then you may also sing the song of the Lamb, who tasted death for every man, and was raised to life again by the power of God.
The theme verse of the Zion Christian Press website has been Deut 32:21 since its inception. A few years ago I asked the Lord for help writing music to the "song" that Moses spoke in this chapter. In more recent months, my friend Reggie Kelly made a comment about the other "song" passage in Exodus that stirred something in me that it might be time to begin work. I am calling that work complete now.
Unlike Psalm 119, which had beautiful 8 verse divisions, I have somewhat arbitrarily divided the song into five sections based on verses that held together musically.
A continuous 5-part video playlist from YouTube is linked below [approximately 21min]: