Hymn No. Five


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Joe Castiglione and I think that there are probably churches where they sing this every Sunday:

Hymn No. 5


To the tune of Mambo No. Five by Lou Bega. Thanks to LouBega.Com for the lyrics. I did not insert or remove any spelling and gramatical errors. Note: the original final line of the chorus, it said "A little bit of you makes me you're man". I believe the author is looking for "your" as in "belonging to you", as opposed to "you're", which is an abbreviated form of "you are". I just thought that was worthy of public mocking.

One, two , three four, five
everybody in the church so come on letīs pray
To the Lord Jesus around by the Father,
the boys say they want some Holy Spirit
but I really donīt wanna
sin like I did last week
I must stay deep īcause talk is a cheap
I like The Father, Son, and Holy Ghost
and as I continue you know Theyīre gettinī sweeter
so what can I do I really beg you my Lord
to me prayinīī itīs just like a sport
anything fly itīs all good let me dump it
please set in the trumpet

a little bit of Jesus in my life
a little bit of Jesus by my side
a little bit of Jesus is all I need
a little bit of Jesus is what I see
a little bit of Jesus in the sun
a little bit of Jesus all night long
a little bit of Jesus here I am
a little bit of You makes You my Lord

jump up and down and move it all around
shake your head to the sound put your hands an the ground
take one step left and one step right
one to the front and one to the side
clap your hands once and clap your hands twice
and if it looks like this then you doinī it right

a little bit of Jesus in my life
a little bit of Jesus by my side
a little bit of Jesus is all I need
a little bit of Jesus is what I see
a little bit of Jesus in the sun
a little bit of Jesus all night long
a little bit of Jesus here I am
a little bit of You makes You my Lord

I do all to fall in love with a Lord like you
You canīt run and you canīt hide you and me gonna touch the sky