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Offline Long Fingers

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« on: January 23, 2006, 04:12:27 PM »
I was listening to some old gospel mixtapes (I recorded from the radio back in the day) and I can't get these two...I need help finding out the title and also who recorded these songs, they're old songs, maybe early 90's:

The first one goes like this (a choir is singing but has a woman ad-libing)

This is maybe the vamp part of the song...

I'm more than a conqueror
(repeats many times)

Greater is He that is in Me, than he who lives in the world,
I'm more than a conqueror.

Greater is He that is in me,
I'm more than a conqueror.

More than a conqueror through Him that loves us.
More than a conqueror through Him that loves us.

Great is all these things we're more than a conqueror.

Ending:
Great is all these things we're more than a conqueror.




The second song goes like this, real simple song, bass driven: (has a woman ad-libing here too)

(Tenors start it off, then the altos come in, followed by the sporanos)


Tenors:
Can't nobody
Can't nobody

Altos:
Can't nobody, nobody do me like Jesus.
Can't nobody, nobody do me like Him.

Sopranos:
Picked me up and turned me around,
placed me feet on solid, can't nobody.

Vamp:
Nooooooooo
Nobody but Jesus.




If anybody could help me I'd appreciate it so much, thank you!

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« Reply #1 on: January 23, 2006, 04:14:16 PM »
oops was typring too fast, the part in the first song should be

"Nay in all these things we're more than a conqueror"

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« Reply #2 on: January 23, 2006, 06:14:02 PM »
Quote from: Long Fingers
The first one goes like this (a choir is singing but has a woman ad-libing)

This is maybe the vamp part of the song...

I'm more than a conqueror
(repeats many times)

Greater is He that is in Me, than he that's in the world,
I'm more than a conqueror.

Greater is He that is in me,
I'm more than a conqueror.

More than a conqueror through Him that loves us.
More than a conqueror through Him that loves us.

Nay in all these things we're more than a conqueror.

Ending:
Nay in all these things we're more than a conqueror.



I've found out the title is "More Than A Conqueror" recorded back in 1994 by Mattie Moss-Clark & The National C.O.G.I.C. Music Convention Choir with Dorinda signing lead.


But I still need help finding the second song...

The second song goes like this, real simple song, bass driven: (has a woman ad-libing here too)


Tenors:
Can't nobody
Can't nobody

Altos:
Can't nobody, nobody do me like Jesus.
Can't nobody, nobody do me like Him.

Sopranos:
Picked me up and turned me around,
placed me feet on solid, can't nobody.

Vamp:
Nooooooooo
Nobody but Jesus.


And that's the whole song. Thanks in advance!

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« Reply #3 on: January 23, 2006, 07:48:19 PM »
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But I still need help finding the second song...

The second song goes like this, real simple song, bass driven: (has a woman ad-libing here too)


Tenors:
Can't nobody
Can't nobody

Altos:
Can't nobody, nobody do me like Jesus.
Can't nobody, nobody do me like Him.

Sopranos:
Picked me up and turned me around,
placed me feet on solid ground, can't nobody.

Vamp:
Nooooooooo
Nobody but Jesus.


And that's the whole song. Thanks in advance!



Found it, thanks to someone from another site. It is "Nobody Can Do Me Like Jesus" by Dottie Peoples on the album "On Time God" also recorded in '94!  

Got a question though for anyone that may know...

is "More Than A Conqueror" that's recorded by Mattie Moss-Clark & The National C.O.G.I.C. Music Convention Choir the same "More Than A Conqueror" that The Clark Sisters recorded?
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