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In a humble fashion, I extend the olive branch to the three religions who have their roots to Abraham as the father of their faiths, and to all people of good karma.
Performance credits are: Scott, vocals, acoustic guitars, piano and organ. Stacey, lead, harmony and background vocals. Trevor, acoustic bass guitar. Darrell, drums and percussion.
Thank you Lord, yes thank you Lord, I never gave you the time of day, but you were right there anyway...Thank you Lord (thank you Lord), yes thank you Lord (oh Lord), for teaching us how to serve like you, a brother in need, we'll see him through...(instrumental break)...Thank you Lord (my sweet Lord), yes thank you Lord (oh my Lord), for us souls long lost who have found the light, rescued from a desperate plight..Ahh! sha la la la la la la la la la la la la la! (instrumental break)...Thank you Lord (my sweet Lord), yes thank you Lord (thank you Lord), for when the time comes for me to go, upon my soul...thy love bestow...and I will try to live my life my Lord...the way you want me to...
You can never give too much praise. great song
I really like the beat to this song, the male vocalist sounds good however the female vocalist really makes the difference and sound much better. I also really like the lead guitar.
This song takes me back to mustard Seed Faith, Brian Duncan, Keith Green era!
Good Job, Liked the vocals, loved the message