They say that Tasbeha is like heaven on earth, and those praying it are as though they are singing with the angels.
I've thought about this and found that it seems true in terms of the emotions derived from the melodies and music of some of the hymns, rather that the substance (lyrics) itself.
Off the top of my head, I'd sat the First Hoos (Khen Oshoot), Song for the Three Saintly Children (Tenen) and part seven of the Sunday Theotokia (Cemoti / Shere ne Maria), are the songs which cause the hair on the back of your neck to stand.
But looking into the spirituality of the words, I don't feel much; singing about the freedom of the Israelites from their slavery in the land of Egypt doesn't really stir me.
Does anyone feel the same way, or do I simply have the emotional range of a teaspoon?