Bible Lyrics Part 2

by Amanda Flinner

In part one of our Bible Lyrics quiz, we challenged you with rockers, rappers, and pop stars who quoted the Bible in their songs. For part two, we rounded up 10 more artists who turned to the holy book for lyrical inspiration. See if you can identify who sang these biblical lyrics.
Here's our list of songs inspired by the Bible, and our story on biblical figures in songs.
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Comments: 3

  • Aeris from 2nd ColonyDid much better in this section-7 vs 3 in the first part.
  • Grace Hedley from Malta Thanks for these quizzes
  • AnonymousNever heard of most of the groups or artists. Most of them are from a time when the "music" is not music. You need to do things like The Lords Prayer by Sister Janet Mead or Turn Turn Turn by the Byrds or a Hundred Pounds of Clay by Gene McDaniel or Tal lOak Tree by Johnny Burnett.
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