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Sylvia and the Sibs - Lyrics Make the Song (CCM)

Sylvia and the Sibs - Lyrics Make the Song
Sylvia and the Sibs have released a Christian Contemporary Music (CCM) track called 'Lyrics Make the Song'.

Nohemi writes: "Earlier this year (2021), we were having a family debate as to what "makes" the song - the melody or the lyrics? Well, the Sibs wrote a song that settles that debate...check it out."


Ooooh, Ooooh,
Ooooh, Ooooh
The lyrics make the song
Ooooh, Ooooh,
Ooooh, Ooooh
The lyrics make the song

Verse 1
I hum a tune
I'm making it blues
You show me the words that I should use
I hear a song on the radio
It has no worth
If it ain't about you

Chorus 1 & 2 & 3
You give me the lyrics
I make a song
The melody is fine, but
It sure ain't the point
You give me the lyrics
I make a song
A song without you
can never be strong

Verse 2
Some songs can even
Save people too
That's why the lyrics
Are the point that
Gets through
Just one chord left
But the words will extend
If you have Jesus
The joy never ends
The joy never ends!

Bridge (x4)
We praise Him with song
We worship with love
We praise Him with music
With lyrics of gold

Final Tag (x3)
All about You
All about You
The lyrics make the song

You can listen to the track on Spotify:

Here is a link to the video on Youtube:

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