Când eram căzut

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Când eram căzut Tu m-ai ridicat,
Când plângeam ai venit și m-ai mângâiat.
Vin acum înaintea Ta să-Ți spun,
Tată, cât îmi ești de scump!
Tată, cât îmi ești de scump!
Te iubesc din toată inima,
Vreau să fiu lângă Tine mereu.
Ești vrednic de toată cinstea,
Tată, cât îmi ești de drag!
Tată, cât îmi ești de drag!
M-ai purtat spre culmi de glorie
Dar m-ai smerit în prag de victorie
În cuvinte nu pot să-ți spun acum
Tată, cât îmi ești de scump!
Tată, cât îmi ești de scump!
Te-am întristat prin păcate de
multe ori
Dar totdeauna Tu m-ai iertat
Mi-ai fost singurul sprijin
prin furtună și nori
Îți voi cânta laudă neîncetat
Tată, cât îmi ești de drag!
Compusă în 1997. S1RS2RS3R x2

Versiunea Originală

Lovely Lord

You are filled with compassion and mercy and grace
With Your banner of love over me
I am longing to see You one day face to face
And to be with You endlessly
Lord, how lovely You are to me

Lovely Lord, You are all to me
Lovely Lord, full of purity
Worthy of honor and majesty
Lord, how lovely You are to me

You are bright as the sunrise and fairest of all
Unto You all the glory will be
You are God of creation and Lord of my life
I will worship You faithfully
Lord, how lovely You are to me

Lovely Lord, You are all to me
Lovely Lord, full of purity
Worthy of honor and majesty
Lord, how lovely You are to me

We will worship the name of the Holiest One
We will worship Your excellency
We will give You the glory for things You have done
And be thankful eternally
Lord, how lovely You are to me

Lovely Lord, You are all to me
Lovely Lord, full of purity
Worthy of honor and majesty
Lord, how lovely You are to me

Oh, lovely Lord, You are all to me
Lovely Lord, full of purity
Worthy of honor and majesty
Lord, how lovely You are to me
Lord, how lovely You are to me

Povestea din Spate (EN)

Petra Praise 2: We Need Jesus is the seventeenth studio release of the Christian rock band Petra and their second praise album. It was released on February 18, 1997.

The album was released amidst some major line-up changes in the band, and it features contributions of several musicians. It's the first album to feature Lonnie Chapin on bass, who would become the band's full-time bassist until 2001.

The music is a mixture of traditional and original praise songs with a rock style. It is considered to be more diverse musically than the band's first, straight forward hard rock, praise album. Most of the original songs were penned by band founder Bob Hartman (except "Song of Moses" that was written by former keyboardist Jim Cooper and well-known musician Brian Wooten).

The title song features lead singer John Schlitt pairing up with producer and fellow singer John Elefante and singer Lou Gramm (from Foreigner).

--en.wikipedia.org