Thursday, 3 July 2014

Lyrics of the day

TITLE : WE THANK THEE
ARTISTE: JIM REEVES

We thank thee each morning for a new born day
Where we may work the fields of new mown hay
We thank thee for the sunshine
And the air that we breath
Oh Lord we thank thee

We thank thee for the rivers that run all day
We thank thee for the little birds that sing away
We thank thee for the trees
And the deep blue sea
Oh Lord we thank thee

Oh yes we thank thee Lord
For every flower that blooms
Birds that sing,  fish that swim
And the light of the moon

We thank thee every day
As we kneel and pray
That we were born with eyes
To see these things

We thank thee for the fields
Where clovers grow
We thank thee for the pastures
Where the cattle may roam
We thank thee for thy love so pure and free
Oh Lord,  we thank thee

13 comments:

  1. Wow nice lyrics I love Jim Reeves, he as done a lot of country song.

    Lord thank you for another day,
    In which I can make amends
    For all the silly slights or petty words
    I might have at some time in my life
    Said to my dear family members
    Or my loving and thoughtful friends.
    Lord thank you for more time today
    To be able to spend more time to pray
    Keep me safe and away from harm
    Help me to get to the best place I can
    When I feel that I have reached my limit
    So I can feel safe in you loving arms again.


    Nice one Amaka

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    1. Awwwwww thanks my sugar. You should start writing and singing while I manage you oh

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    2. I'd manage him better tho. #JustSaying :D




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  2. Aww this is a nice song with inspiring lyrics...

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  3. Nice lyrics but I hardly listen to gospel songs. X_x






    @iMannie_

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    1. This is country music not gospel

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    2. Ma'am na gospel song + genre-country :D
      All join. I don hear am wella when I young :p.








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  4. Nice lyrics and I am sure you did it for me. Country songs are for mature (for lack of an appropriate adjective) minds. Thumbs up, Amy!

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  5. *now playing this song in my head *








    @iMannie_

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