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Yah Mo B There"
 

Heavenly Father watching us fall
We take from each other and give nothing at all
Well it's a dog-gone shame
But never too late for change
So if your luck runs low
Just reach out and call His name, His name

Yah mo be there (up and over)
Yah mo be there (up and over)
Yah mo be there (up and over)
Yah mo be there (up and over)
Whenever you call

Never be lonely lost in the night
Just run from the darkness
Looking for the light
'Cause it's a long hard road
That leads to a brighter day, hey
Don't let your heart grow cold
Just reach out and call His name, His name

Yah mo be there (up and over)
Yah mo be there (up and over)
Yah mo be there (up and over)
Yah mo be there (up and over)
Whenever you call

(Yah mo be there)
You can count on it, brother
'Cause we're all just finding our way
Traveling through time
People got to keep pushing on
No matter how many dreams slip away
Yah will be there

Well it's a dog-gone shame
But never too late for change
So when your luck runs low
Just reach out and call His name
Just call His name

The actually spelling of the song title is Yah Mo B There. Yah is a shortened version of Yahweh, which means God in Hebrew. So the title literally means "God will be there" and is interpreted as "God be with you."

Ingram and McDonald spelled things differently so as not to scare anyone away. Good idea! The title has perplexed people since 1983. Another fast fact, the idea behind the song was the religious teaching that nothing can save mankind except our Father in Heaven.

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"Alleluia, Christ Is Coming" Lyrics [edit]
by DeGarmo & Key | from the album Communication
 
 


Like a thief in the night
Just like lightning in the sky
When Jesus comes to take His Church away
With a wave of His hand
We'll be in the promised land
And the people of the Lord will sing His praise

Alleluia, Christ is coming
With angels at His side
Alleluia, Christ is coming
Coming for His bride

Days are dark, hearts are cold
Yet there's a reason still to hope
When we rest upon the promises He made
From the clouds, from on high
He will part the eastern sky
And myriads of angels will proclaim

Alleluia, Christ is coming
With angels at His side
Alleluia, Christ is coming
Coming for His bride

No more sorrow, no more death
Only blessed happiness
When Jesus comes to take His bride away 

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Stand back and See if they circle
Watching for signs from the sky
And we stand here, unaided,
Dumbfounded, frightened, fearful of the night
In the early rains of the dawn
In the early rains of the dawn For the early rain
Wonderment pours from our faces
Thunder is born in our eyes
And we see them, four horsemen, last judgement
Lord Apocalypse is nigh
In the early rains of the dawn
Too late to look towards tomorrow
Awaiting Your hand in farewell
And we stand here, unaided-
Dumdfounded waiting in eachothers arms,
In the early rains of the dawn
 

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17 minutes ago, Sage449 said:

DinarDavo, awesome! Thank you, needed that this morning. 

 

It's a good day when you go to a music awards program and church breaks out....   :woot:

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