Title of song: Imela Artist: Nathaniel Bassey Producer: Bio: Based on popular demand, here is Nathaniel Bassey’s awesome track “Imela” which simply means “Thank You” in the Nigerian language of Igbo. The song features the highly gifted Enitan Adaba.
[Verse 1] When I think upon your goodness; And Your faithfulness each day I’m convinced it’s not because I am worthy – to receive the kind of love that You give. But I’m grateful for your mercy, and I’m grateful for your grace And because of how You’ve poured out Yourself, I have come to sing this song out in praise
[Refrain] Imela, Imela (Thank You! Thank You!) Okaka, Onyekeruwa (Great and Might creator of the world) Imela, Imela, (Thank You! Thank You!) Eze m Oh (My King)
[Verse 2] Who am I to sing Your praises? Who am I to worship You? It’s Your blood that makes the difference in me And made a way to enter into Your throne I could not come near Your presence I could never sing Your song But the sacrifice on Calvary’s tree is the reason I can cry out today
Onyedikagi? Ekene diri gi(Who is like You? All Glory belongs to You) Onyene mema (He who does good) Onyedikagi? Ekene diri gi (Who is like You? All Glory belongs to You) Onye nagworia (Mighty Healer) (Repeat)