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Psalm 33 (London Sessions) lyrics

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Sinead O'connor – Psalm 33 (London Sessions) lyrics

Sing, oh, you righteous to the lord
It's right that the upright should acclaim Him
Sing to Jah with your guitar
Turn up your bass amp, whack it up all the way to save Him

By the word of Jah heaven was made
By the breath of His mouth all its hosts
He gathers up the oceans like a mound
And stores the deep, stores the deep in vaults

Sing Him a new song, sweet with shouts of joy
For the word of Jah is right
And He loves what is right
And He sees what is right
And the earth is full of His care

Jah spoke and it was
He commanded and it endured
He frustrates the plans of nations
And brings to nothing, the designs of people

The designs of people
The designs of people
The designs of people

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