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Moses Bliss – E No Dey Fall My Hand (Mp3, Lyrics, Video)

Moses Bliss – E No Dey Fall My Hand (Mp3, Lyrics, Video)

Moses Bliss, a Grammy-winning Nigerian gospel song musician, introduces to us “E No Dey Fall My Hand,” a brand-new song for 2021.

If you enjoy certain Gospel music, this track, “E No Dey Fall My Hand,” is an amazing project that will undoubtedly deserve a place in your heart.

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E No Dey Fall My Hand Video BY Moses Bliss

E No Dey Fall My Hand Lyrics BY Moses Bliss

I been don waka tire
I go from place to place
I go from pillar to post
nobody fit change my life
from north to south
I waka up and down
no clothe to wear
but since you came into my life
my world has turned around
now I realise
Papa God no dey sleep
I sing this song of victory
I lift my hands in praise
now I testify
Papa God no dey sleep
yeah
(E no dey sleep)
E no dey slumber
as a matter of fact
Papa God no dry fall my hand oh
He remains the same
yesterday and forever
as a matter of fact
Papa God no dey fall my hand oh
Now my story don change
my matter don better
I no be the man wey I be before
I no be the same person again
my levels don change
nobody to somebody
my brother no be lie
my father no dey sleep
E no matter who you be
e no matter where you dey
if you trust in God
E no go fall your hand
no matter the circumstance
no matter the palava
E no dey sleep
E no dey slumber
as a matter of fact
Papa God to dey fall my hand oh
He remains the same
yesterday and forever
as a matter of fact
Papa God no dey fall my hand oh
oya now
E no dey fall my hand (lai lai)
God no dey fall my hand (lai lai)
E no dey fall my hand (lai lai)
God no dey fall my hand (lai lai)
Oluwa no dey fall my hand (lai Kai)
E no dey fall my hand (lai lai)
God no dey fall my hand (lai lai)
E no dey fall my hand (lai lai)
I fit smile today (lai lai)
E no dey make me cry (lai lai)
God no dey fall my hand (lai lai)
(E no dey fall my hand)
Le le le le le
(E no dey fall my hand)
(E no dey fall my hand)
(Oluwa no dey fall my hand)

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