August Mosco

August Mosco

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Pop - Religious | Chicago, Illinois, United States
Total Song Plays: 297   
Member Since: 2004
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Song Description

Graditude to God

Lyrics

(What could I do in repayment
-for all that You've given me,
A life full of thankful atonement
-does not seem sufficient, indeed,
The fact is my life is a present,
A gift from Your loving hands,
The fact is, my life should now present,
-to this world, what Your love demands,)

All for You--all for You,
I will live as You want me to,
I will keep You in sight
--as I become Your light,
A light of Christ in full view,

All for You--all for You,
Let me call out Your praises true,
Let me sing Your name out,
--To the masses I'll shout
Your glory and honor, on cue,

---Let me never forget
----that the standard I set
----is for You--all for You,

All for You--all for You,
Let me start with each day anew,
And with each waking hour
--let me channel Your power
into the world, long over due,

All for You--all for You,
Let my life in Your Will include
that I spread Your Gospel,
-To the whole world I tell
of Jesus, His wond'rous 'Good News',

---Let me harvest and sow,
---so these nations will know
---about You--all for You,

And for all my life long
let me sing out this song,
Untill this world bids me adeux,
Let my praise still remain
with the same sweet refrain
All for You--all for You,

(Nothing I do is repayment
--for all that You've given me,)

Song Length
4:39
Genres
Country - Religious, Pop - Religious
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
In High Spirits, Delightful

Subject Matter
Spirituality, Gratitude


Language
English
Era
1960 - 1969

Lyric Credits August Mosco
Music Credits August Mosco
Producer Credits August Mosco
Performance Credits August Mosco/ Anabel Roda