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There Is a Light

This song is by Delirious? and appears on the album Live And In The Can (1996) and on the album Touch (2002). under the title Spontaneous VIII

Touch version:
There is a light
That shines in the darkness

There is a light
That shines in the darkness

His name is Jesus
His name is Jesus

His name is Jesus
The light of the world

There is a light
That shines in the darkness

There is a light
That shines in the darkness

His name is Jesus
His name is Jesus

His name is Jesus

Spoken to the end:
You are the light of the world
A city on a hill cannot be hidden
Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl
Instead they put it on its stand
And it gives light to everyone in the house
In the same way let your light shine before men
That they may see your good deeds
And praise your Father who is in heaven

Father in heaven, hallowed be Your name
Your Kingdom come, and Your will be done
On earth as it is in heaven
And Father give us today our daily bread
And forgive us our sins, Lord, as we forgive those
Who sin against us
Father, lead us not into temptation
But deliver us from the evil one
Because we say, Yours and Yours alone
Is the Kingdom, is the power, is the glory
For thine is the Kingdom, the power, and the glory
Forever, oh, forever and ever
Forever
Amen


Live & In The Can version (The Lord's Prayer is a separate track on this album):

There is a light
That shines in the darkness
There is a light
That shines in the darkness

His name is Jesus
His name is Jesus
His name is Jesus
The light of the world

There is a light
That shines in the darkness
There is a light
That shines in the darkness

His name is Jesus
His name is Jesus
His name is Jesus

Spoken:
You are the light of the world
A city on a hill cannot be hidden
Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl
Instead they put it on its stand
And it gives light to everyone in the house
In the same way let your light shine before men
That they may see your good deeds
And praise your Father who is in heaven

Music by:

Delirious?

Lyrics by:

The Lord's Prayer is by Jesus Christ, as recorded in the Gospels

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