Saturday, March 28, 2015

KO SU WA LATI MA KO ORIN TI IGBANI

KO SU WA LATI MA KO ORIN TI IGBANI
1. Ko su wa lati ma ko orin ti igbani
Ogo f’olorun Aleluya
A le fi igbagbo korin na s’oke kikan
Ogo f’olorun, Aleluya!

Omo olorun ni eto lati ma bu s’ayo
Pe ona yi nye wa si,
Okan wa ns’aferi Re
Nigb’o se a o de afin Oba wa ologo,
Ogo f’olorun, Aleluya!

2. Awa mbe n’nu ibu ife t’o ra wa pada,
ogo f’olorun Aleluya!
Awa y’o fi iye goke lo s’oke orun
Ogo f’olorun, Aleluya!

3. Awa nlo si afin kan ti a fi wura ko,
ogo f’olorun Aleluya!
Nibiti a ori Oba ogo n’nu ewa Re
Ogo f’olorun, Aleluya!

4. Nibe ao korin titun t’anu t’o da wa nde
Ogo f’olorun Aleluya!
Nibe awon ayanfe yo korin ‚yin ti Krist;
Ogo f’olorun, Aleluya!. Amin


WE ARE NEVER WEARY OF THE GRAND OLD SONG
1.We are never never weary of the grand old song;
Glory to God, Hallelujah;
We can sing it loud as ever, with our faith more strong
Glory to God, Hallelujah;

O the children of the Lord have a right to shout and sing
For the way is growing bright, and our souls are on the wing
We are going by and by to the palace of the king;
Glory to God, Hallelujah!

2. We are lost amid the rapture of redeeming love,
Glory to God, Hallelujah
We are rising on its pinions to the hills above;
Glory to God, Hallelujah!

3. We are going to the palace that is built of gold
Glory to God Hallelujah!
Where the King in all His splendour we shall soon behold
Glory to God, Hallelujah!

4. There we’ll shout redeeming mercy in a glad new song,
Glory to God, Hallelujah!
There we’ll sing the praise of Jesus with the blood-wash’d throng,
Glory to God, Hallelujah!


17 comments:

  1. I love the fact that each song also comes in the English language. God bless you for this!!!

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  2. God will truly bless you for this. You have no idea how difficult it is to live in a foreign country without a hymn book and relieve old times.
    May you and your generation find help in every foreign land in Jesus mighty name. Amen

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  3. Heaven make special reckoning with in Jesus Name amen.

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  4. God bless u for this...,more annoiting

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  5. halleluyah...lord be praise forever. amen

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  6. Hello, I am a white Englishman. looking for a Yoruba hymn that was sung in a school in Nigeria , which i love. It starts
    "Omo olorun ni jesu wa"
    O wa saye latigba wa la
    Okuo okuo oku fun wa
    Emigba bagbo koni shegbe "

    Sorry if the spelling's all wrong. and goes with a lovely tune and
    rhythm.
    Please help me find it.

    Thank you.

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  7. wish i could go back to the years i woke up to the tune of this song.... never thinking about this world and all her cares, this song really is the anthem of a believer.

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  8. God bless you for this amazing job

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  9. This is amazing, may you be deeper in Him

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  10. Lovely. Please share the mp3 version too

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  11. Awesome. God bless you abundantly.

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  12. this song moved my spirit, any moment am singing it, what am seeing is Jesus Christ
    God bless you sir

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