- The meaning and origin of the expression: There but for the grace of God, go I
- Machine:There But For The Grace Of God Go I Lyrics
The meaning and origin of the expression: There but for the grace of God, go I
Machine - There But For The Grace Of God Go I (DJ Colourzone Mix) RCA Victor Records 1979for get
Welcome to the wonderful world of blogging! I hope you have a great time. Didn't talk to Recloose at all. However, I did romance Radioslave and have my name on a guestlist for his gig next Saturday for my seductive efforts. Hello Tad, the kid creole's version is some sublime calypso magic.
This most likely comes from John Bradford ? It was released in on the RCA label, at the peak of disco 's popularity. It is a fast-tempo song with a very groovy hook, but unlike most contemporary songs at the time. The song focuses on a set of overprotective Hispanic parents in the Bronx. There was a controversy when the song was released, due to a line from the song that was thought to be racist.
Machine:There But For The Grace Of God Go I Lyrics