Gospel Music Victoria Orenze – Gratitude

Victoria Orenze – Gratitude

Victoria Orenze Gratitude

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Here’s a song by the Nigerian anointed worship minister and glorious singer Victoria Orenze, This song is titled “Gratitude” because it speaks about praise to GOD in every way. A song from her 2022 album called “Truth In Sounds“. This song was released alongside its live performance video. You’ll be blessed.

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If You’re a lover of good and great Gospel/Christian music, be it Afro Gospel or contemporary tune, then this song “Gratitude” is a beautiful song that should lift your soul.

The song “Gratitude” is a melody and tune that was written due to inspiration by the Holy Ghost, as this song was made to bless lives and build your faith in Christ the Lord. The beautiful lyrics, vocals, energy, and inspiration used in birthing this song will thrill you.

Lyrics: Gratitude by Victoria Orenze

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Can you thank Jesus

    Out intro

    Verse 1
    My Gratitude will not size
    Your praise will ever be on my lips, (response)in 2
    My offering will not end, your praise’s I will sing all my days×2 (response)in 2

    [Chorus]
    So thank you Jesus, ochia ohhh-ochia
    We grateful Jesus, ochia ohhh-ochia ohh
    For Goodness Jesus ochia ohhh-ochia ohh
    For your Mercy Jesus, ochia ohh ochai ohh
    For kindness Jesus ochia ohhh-ochia ohh
    (Combine)

    [Bridge]
    My Gratitude will not size
    Your praise will ever be on my lips,
    My offering will not end, your praise’s I will sing all my days×2

    [Chorus]
    So thank you Jesus, ochia ohhh-ochia
    We grateful Jesus, ochia ohhh-ochia ohh
    For Goodness Jesus ochia ohhh-ochia ohh
    For your Mercy Jesus, ochia ohh ochai ohh
    For kindness Jesus ochia ohhh-ochia ohh
    (Combine)

  2. Good work Praise Simeon, a little striking point to correct on the Chorus, the right word is ‘Eshe ooo- Eshe’ which is a Yoruba word expressing gratitude and thanks to God or older folks, not ‘ochia ohhh-ochia.

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