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Tuesday, September 11, 2012

do you know where i can find the haitian creole version of 'How Great Is Our God' by Chris Tomlin. I went to haiti this summer and i love this version of the song but i can't seem to find it anywhere


I have not been able to find a more complete lyrics for this song.
What I have found so far translates the English portion below.
I figure that posting this with a request that anyone familiar with the full Creole lyrics may post it in the comment section.  We would greatly appreciate it :)

Si yon moun konnen chante sa a an Kreyòl (Bondye Nou an Gran), tanpri ekri li nan seksyon kòmantè a pou nou. Nou va apresye sa anpil. Mèsi.

Bondye nou an gran
Chante avèk mwen, Bondye gran
Tout moun kapab wè
Koman Bonye gran

Non li pi wo tout lòt non
Li trè diy, pou nou louwe’l
E ke mwen chante
Bondye nou au gran

How great is our God, sing with me
How great is our God, and all will see
How great, how great is our God

Name above all names
Worthy of our praise
My heart will sing
How great is our God

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2 comments:

  1. The splendor of a King
    Clothed in Majesty
    Let all the earth rejoice,
    All the earth rejoice
    He wraps Himself in light
    And darkness tries to hide
    It trembles at his voice,
    Trembles at his voice

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