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The Texas Tenors Sing ‘Amazing Grace’ At Larry’s Country Diner

The Texas Tenors Sing ‘Amazing Grace’ At Larry’s Country Diner

A trio of incredibly talented vocalists gave a touching and moving cover of the most beloved and well-known hymn of all time, “Amazing Grace.”

All are sinners and have fallen well short of the glory of God. But despite this fact of man’s sinful and fallen nature, God showed a tremendous amount of love, mercy and pity on us when He sent His one and only Son to die on the cross. If not for that act of grace and love, none would have a chance at everlasting life. All would have been lost and without hope. 

In a clip posted on YouTube, The Texas Tenors sing about the Lord’s amazing and life-giving gift of grace. While it’s a tune everyone is familiar with, the lyrics are still as touching and true as ever. His love, mercy and grace will never stop being astounding, confounding and amazing!

“Amazing grace how sweet the sound
That saved a wretch like me
I once was lost, but now I’m found
Was blind but now I see”

While the memorable lyrics remain the same, the music accompanying the singing sounds different slightly from the original. Normally, from the opening notes of the song, before a word is sung, everyone within earshot recognizes “Amazing Grace.” But that’s not the case here. It’s not until one of the members of The Texas Tenors begins belting out the lyrics that the tune becomes familiar.

In addition to changing up the music a little, the guys also sang the song oddly in spots. They unexpectedly sing some lines with a different rhythm and cadence than the original. The change is nothing drastic that alters the meaning or feeling of the classic song in any way. It's something slight that helps to differentiate their version from the hundreds of thousands of other times “Amazing Grace” has been performed. 

“Amazing Grace” is without question the most well-known and widely recognized hymn of all time. One look at or listen to the song’s lyrics, and it’s clear why. All are sinners, and no one deserves the grace the Lord generously gives to all who ask for forgiveness. 

Ephesians 2:8 “Because by grace you have salvation through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is given by God.”

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