Chorus Lord, I praise you

younghon

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Korean - Korea
"I've Got So Much to Give" is an R&B contemporary romantic ballad composed and recorded by popular soul artist Barry White and released in 1973.

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Lord, I love you
For I've got much to thank you for
Chorus Lord, I praise you;
Lord, I thank you ...

Q: In the above song lyrics, I wonder what "Chorus Lord" mean? Thanks in advance!
 
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  • younghon

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    Korean - Korea
    I am sorry for my mistake. I just want to know what "Chorus Lord" in the following sentence. Is it OK if I guess it is the name of choir?
    Lord, I love you For I've got much to thank you for Chorus Lord, I praise you; Lord, I thank you ...
     
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    PaulQ

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    English - England
    younghon,
    Can you please give the real context! It seems clear to me what the example is supposed to be, but you must give the context exactly as it appears.
     

    Franco-filly

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    English - Southern England
    I think it's probably "Lord, I love you. I've got so much to thank you for"
    Chorus: Lord I praise you....

    i.e. the sentences beginning from "Lord I praise you" are the chorus to a song.
     

    PaulQ

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    I think it's probably "Lord, I love you. I've got so much to thank you for"
    Chorus: Lord I praise you....
    You shot my fox! :D

    The alternative is

    Lord, I love you. I've got so much to thank you for.

    [Chorus] -> indicating that the chorus should be sung at this point before moving on to the next verse, which starts

    Lord I praise you....​
     
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