Without Him

Album: How Great Thou Art (1967)
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  • Without Him I could do nothing
    Without Him I?d surely fail
    Without Him I would be drifting
    Like a ship without a sail

    Without Him I would be dying
    Without Him I?d be enslaved
    Without Him life would be worthless
    But with Jesus thank God I'm saved

    Oh Jesus, oh Jesus
    Do you know Him today
    Please don't turn Him away
    Oh Jesus, my Jesus
    Without Him how lost I would be
    Without Him how lost I would be Writer/s: Mylon Lefevre
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Capitol CMG Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 3

  • Mark from Georgia Jerry Goff was Mylon’s Brother in law. But you know him and know Mylon is lying? Yeah right.
  • Jim from AlabamaI've known Mylon since I was a teenager and I would take his word over somebody that I don't know any day.. he has a sincere love of God and a good heart and I don't think he would lie about anything..
  • John Smith from ColoradoJerry Goff wrote “Without Him.” Mylon was Jerry’s step son and stole it from him before he could produce it. Mylon continues to lie about writing the song! 20 minutes? Really? He’s full of it. Jerry told me himself that Mylon stole it!
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