There Is No God but God

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Words & Music: Bill Kenny
There is no God, but God,
I know this is true
God made everything,
He made me, He made you
There'd be no birds,
No planes to sail in the blue
Without his wondrous eyes
To see them through

They say God made land
And He gave it all to man
Yes I know He's mighty good and true
There is no God, but God
And He knows everything to do
So just you call on Him
And He will share His love with you

There is no God, but God
I know this is true
For God made everything,
He made me, He made you

There'd be no birds,
No planes to sail in the blue
Without his wondrous eyes
To see them through

They say God made land
And He gave it all to man
This I know is mighty, good and true
There is no God, but God

And He knows everything to do
So just you call on Him
And He will share His love with you
Recorded: 1971/06/09, first released on He Touched Me

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ElvisSacramento (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 29, 2015report abuse
I've always liked this gospel song immensely and Elvis' rendition of it was splendid. Elvis always sang gospel songs with sincerity and passion. 5 Stars.
marty (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 27, 2015report abuse
A pleasant song, one that Elvis obviously liked a lot. Not one of my favorites from the album, I prefer "He Touched Me" and "I've Got Confidence". It also suffers a bit compared to his earlier gospel recordings from the inferior recording quality (mixing etc.). Still an enjoyable song.
JerryNodak (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 27, 2015report abuse
I've always liked the song. Ernst's opinion not withstanding,
Gorse (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 26, 2013report abuse
A medium paced gospel number that Elvis absolutely nails. I prefer the uptempo gospel numbers over the deeply religious soul searching tracks, purely from a listening experience, while acknowledging that some of the latter tracks are the greatest in his career.
sugartummy (profilecontact) wrote on May 22, 2013report abuse
Quote from Ernst Jorgensen:"TINGBGod", originally recorded by Bill Kenny of the Ink Spots, provided a much-needed challenge. Yet for all of that Elvis's version sounded like a throwaway; it is an example of the kind of pedestrian arrangment that some of his musicians considered the main problem with the Elvis sessions of these years." I agree, but still like the song, although it lacks real emotion.

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