123 Victory

Album: Losing My Religion (2015)
  • Hey yo one, two, three
    Get up we got victory
    No weapon they throw at me
    You know it won't prosper, no

    Just got laid off (I'm doing good)
    House ain't even paid off (I'm doing good)
    Should be afraid but (I'm feeling good)
    All the time you say (God is good)

    You can calm down, down down
    Don't forget who's in control
    Walls are falling down down down (falling down)
    Get ready for the new Jericho
    You waiting on God he's waiting on you
    (So what you gon' do)

    Hey yo one, two, three
    Get up we got victory
    No weapon they throw at me
    You know it won't prosper, no

    Hey yo one, two, three
    Get up we got victory
    No weapon they throw at me
    You know it won't prosper, no

    Storms raging (I'm doing good)
    See the world changing (I'm doing good)
    I know it's not easy
    But life can't defeat me (God is good)

    You can calm down, down down
    Don't forget who's in control
    Walls are falling down down down
    Get ready for the new Jericho
    You waiting on God he's waiting on you
    With all you been through
    Now it's on you, so what you gonna do?

    Hey yo one, two, three
    Get up we got victory
    No weapon they throw at me
    You know it won't prosper, no

    Hey yo one, two, three
    Get up we got victory
    No weapon they throw at me
    You know it won't prosper, no

    The battle's not yours
    It is the Lord's
    (You keep tryin') tried on your own you're not that strong
    But greater is He
    That takes up for me (does for everybody)
    Soon they will see
    My name's victory, my name's victory

    Hey yo one, two, three
    We got scores, but we still witnessing that anthem
    Hey yo one, two, three
    Get up we got victory
    No weapon they throw at me
    You know it won't prosper, no

    Hey yo one, two, three
    Get up we got victory (get them hands up)
    No weapon (no weapon, throwin' the gift shit) they throw at me
    You know it won't prosper, no (it's all right)
    And all the people say (I'm doing good)
    See the reason you doing good is because
    What's ahead of you (I'm doing good)
    It's what all things that was behind you (I'm doing good)
    See, you got understand
    You got understand (I'm doing good)
    That all the things was already arrange before you got here
    For you do to good
    See, and not her, neither has it in him for (I'm doing good)
    God's master plan for his children, see,
    That's what you are, baby girl, you're god's child (I'm doing good)
    My brother has to move on
    You gotta understand that all things are worth considering
    (I'm doing good)
    (I'm doing good) man, said I could always write one day
    People said that it's gonna get ugly one day (I'm doing good)
    (I'm doing good) (it's all right)
    (I'm doing good) (it's all right)
    (Doing good, y'all)
    (Doing good, y'all) (it's all right)
    (Doing good, y'all)
    (Doing good, y'all) (it's all right)
    (Doing good, y'all)
    (It's all right)
    (Doing good, y'all) Writer/s: KIRK FRANKLIN, PARKER LAWRENCE
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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