The Lord's Prayer Lyrics - Charlotte Church



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Our Father
Which art in heaven
Hallowed be thy name
Thy kingdom come
Thy will be done on earth
As it is in heaven
Give us this day our daily bread
And forgive us our debt As we forgive our debtors And lead us not into temptation
But deliver us from evil
For thine is the kingdom
And the power
And the glory, forever, Amen




Writer: MARIANELLI, DARIO
Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.



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THE MUSIC TO THE LORDS PRAYER | Reviewer: CARMEN SANDRELLI | 12/10/13

THE MUSIC WAS COMPOSED BY ALFRED HEY MALOTTE IN 1935, HE WAS BORN IN PITTSBURG PA. IN 1895 AND PASSED AWAY IN LA IN 1964.IF YOU SEARCH HIM, YOU WILL HIM SINGING THE LORDS PRAYER. HE WAS A GENIUS IN
MUSIC, HE ALSO WROTE MUSIC FOR WALT DISNEY AND SOME FOR THE MOVIE GONE WITH WIND. I PLAY THE LORDS PRAYER EVERY DAY IN MY CAR.

A Song of beauty | Reviewer: butterflyvoice | 8/11/11

this song is so beautiful. Although I'm not a fan of religious music... this song is an exception its just beautiful. whenever I hear this song i think of Charlotte Church. I have Jackie Evancho's version, and its also beautifully sung. I Love this song. PS whoever put this to Music is a genius..

I love this pryaer | Reviewer: Daija derika parks | 1/31/08

This prayer is so good it touches my heart in the holy spirit and i give god m word for this prayer and n the na,e of jesus i pray amen, amen,and amen.



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