Vicki Lee

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Country - General | Saco, Maine, United States
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Member Since: 2004
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Song Description

A good southern Gospel song about how the Good Lord died for us!!

Story Behind the Song

My mother wanted to bring me even closer to Jesus and she knew the way to do it was through music so she wrote this song and my melody just came pourin out.

Lyrics

Thank You Sweet Jesus

God so loved the human race he gave up his only son. Who was scorned and tortured for the words that he said, always on the run.

He asked his father for strength and grace, to endure what he had to face.

His final words spoken, at last it is done. The battle was lost, but the victory was won.

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I wanna thank you, sweet Jesus, for dying for me. On the hill of Calvary, you set mankind free.

For the blood that you shed, oh the agony, I wanna thank you, sweet Jesus, for loving me.

Mary, His mother, shed many tears on that somber day. Her heart wrenched with pain, she continued to pray, bravely stood by His side.

Sharing His torment, she watched Him die, Bless You, till' we meet again Good-bye.

She held Him in her arms, when He fell from the cross, rejoiced His triumph, while grieving for her loss.

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(Tag line)
I wanna thank you sweet Jesus for loving me...

Song Length
3:34
Genres
Unique - Gospel, R & B - Religious
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Pleased, Welcoming

Subject Matter
Spirituality, Prayer


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Laura Smith
Music Credits Vicki Lee
Producer Credits Harry King
Publisher Credits Lydialee Publishing
Performance Credits Vicki Lee