Oh how sweet the sound
That saved, saved a wretch like me
Oh I once was lost
Oh but now, now am found
I was blind oh but now I can see
It was Grace that taught my heart, my heart to
Then it was Grace, Grace that set this old heart
And it was Grace that brought, brought me
safely, safely home
The hour that I first, first believed
These words were written down by a slave master.
Captain of a boat that was bringing
slaves from their motherland to be sold and
actually separated to different parts of the
Under the evening stars he became a Christian.
He'd seen suffering, the human indignity,
pain and death of his fellow men and woman and
And he became a slave master no more.
Throughout the ages these words have been used
to comfort those in death and those seeking to
Someday we'll walk in peace with no pain.
When we, when we been here, for ten thousand
Shining bright as the morning, the morning sun,
Ah there'll be no, no less days to sing God's
Than when, when we first, first begun
Oh Amazing Amazing Grace
How sweet, sweet the sound
That saved, saved a wretch, wretch like me
Oh and someday we'll see
The light of God's Grace
And pain, pain will be..... no more
We'll walk in peace then
Performed by Jerry Morris