"Gloria" as written by William Merrick Evans and Jim Evans....
Two-three-four, oh
Gloria, oh, oh

And I try to sing this song, I
I try to stand up
But I can't find my feet
I try, I try to speak up
But only in you I'm complete

Gloria in te domine
Gloria exultate
Gloria, Gloria
Oh Lord, loosen my lips, loosen my

And I try to sing this song, I
I try to get in
But I can't find the door
The door is open
You're standing there
You let me in

Gloria in te domine
Gloria exultate
Oh Lord, if I had anything
Anything at all, I'd give it to you
I, I'd give it to you, to you
Give it to you
Oh, oh, oh, oh
Oh, oh, oh, oh
Oh, oh, oh

Hey, this is Red Rocks
Adam Clayton
This is The Edge
Oh, oh, oh, oh

Gloria in te domine
Gloria, [?]
Gloria in te domine
Gloria, gloria
Gloria, [?]
Gloria, [?]
Gloria in te domine
Gloria, gloria


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"Gloria" as written by Dave Evans Adam Clayton

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    General CommentAlright, something everyone has to understand, since their freely throwing around the word,:

    This song is not religious. It *is* about God and expressing his love for Him, but your not using the word right. He didn't write this song because he *had* to. Religion is a mandate. This song is not.

    In fact, nothing truly by-the-book Christian can be religious because you don't have to do anything, everything you do is a decision made by the goodness of your heart.

    In the same way that after Christ, believers did not have to give tithes(or weekly payments) but instead could give as much or as little as they wanted with no penalty, you don't have to write a song to God, you choose to.
    LilGrim1991on February 06, 2009   Link

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