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Psalm 150 (Praise Ye The Lord) lyrics

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Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir – Psalm 150 (Praise Ye The Lord) lyrics

Chorus:
Praise ye the Lord
Praise God in His sanctuary
Praise Him in His mighty heaven

Praise ye the Lord (2x)
Let everything that hath breath
Praise ye the Lord!

Repeat Chorus

Verse:
Praise Him for His acts of power
Praise Him__praise the Lord (2x)
Praise Him for His surpassing greatness
Priase Him__praise the Lord (2x)
Praise ye the Lord!

Chorus

Repeat verse w/Soloist

Bridge:
Praise Him...(4x)
Praise Him with the sounding of the trumpet (2x)
Praise Him with the harp and the lyre (2x)
Praise Him with the tambourine and dancing (2x)
Praise Him with the stringed instruments (2x)... Yeah!
Let evrything that hath breath (3x)... Praise Ye!

Praise Him...(4x)
Praise Him with the clashing of the cymbals (2x)
Praise Him with the resounding cymbals (2x)... Yeah!

Let everything that hath breath (3x)
Praise... Ye... The Lord!



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