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O Se' Baba (Nigerian Praise)

Danniebelle Hall

2 acessos

Intro:
Ooh, ooh,
ooh, ooh, ooh.

Verse 1:
As I journey to the motherland of Africa
to teach my people how to praise the Lord,
I expected I would see a country steeped in poverty,
people beating drums, carrying a sword.

But what I found would change my life forever,
somehow I knew I'd never be the same;
forty thousand upraised hands, people breaking forth in dance,
shouting, "glory, hallelujah to His name".

Chorus: 1

O se' Baba.
O se' Baba.
O se' Baba.
O se' Baba.

Thank you, Father.
Thank you, Father.
Thank you, Father.
Thank you, Father.

Verse 2:
The song of praise ascended up to heaven
like a mighty mighty thunder was the sound,
people not ashamed to sing and they danced before the King,
as they praised Him for the joy that they had found.

Chief Ebenezer sang a song that night in Africa,
a song of simple words and melody,
but I must warn you from the start if you sing it from your heart
you just might begin to dance along with me.

Chorus 2:
O se' Jesu.
O se' Jesu.
O se' Jesu.
O se' Jesu.

Thank you, Jesus.
Thank you, Jesus.
Thank you, Jesus.
Thank you, Jesus.

Bridge:
O se' o Baba.
O se' o Umba.
Ba me se' je me o Baba.

O se' o Baba.
O se' o Umba.
Ba me se' je me o Baba.

O se' o Baba.
O se' o Umba.
Ba me se' je me o Baba.

O se' o Baba.
O se' o Umba.
Ba me se' je me o Baba, hey.

Ending:
O se' Baba.
O se' Baba.
O se' Baba.
O se' Baba.


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