Dana Rice

Dana Rice

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R & B - General | Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Total Song Plays: 55   
Member Since: 2006
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Song Description

Touches on feeling browken down, lostd, and seeking inner faith to keep moving ahead through prayer

Story Behind the Song

The character is frustrated and fighting a disease and a lot of life changes seeking help to have faith.

Lyrics

Teacher teach me how to pray. Give me the words that I need to say. Teacher teach me how to pray not my will but yours be done.
I come to you in such despair and need. Face down seeking you on bended knee. My body's being attacked by this threatening disease but your world tells me by your stripes I'm healed. So
Teacher teach me how to pray. Give me the words that I need to say. Teacher teach me how to pray not my will but yours be done.
You said walk by faith come on and just believe but I'm in doubt oh I'm down and out I'm feeling so alone
So teacher teach me how to pray. Give me the words that I need to say. Teacher teach me how to pray not my will but yours be done.
Oh I'm casting my cares layin' em at your feet. I surrender all I'm here for you to teach. Please be my guiding light help me find some peace of mind. You can make it all alright. Teacher teach me
teacher teach me how to pray. Give me the words that I need to say. Teacher teach me how to pray not my will but yours be done.

Song Length
4:02
Genre
R & B - Religious
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Mood
Stressed

Subject Matter
Prayer
Similar Artist
Yolanda Adams
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Emannuel Bristow
Music Credits Dana Rice
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