Gaither Vocal Band Covers 'Three Times A Lady' By Commodores

This is a precious video of celebrating love. The Gaither Vocal Band covers “Three Times a Lady” by Commodores. 

At the start of the video, we see five male vocalists in the band sitting next to their wives. The main vocalist in the middle sings to his wife with his incredible voice. He is romantic, and she looks so in love with her husband as he sings about the memories that they share. He smoothly raises his eyebrows while having fun with his wife. She is soaking in this moment. 

The others join in and sing out the chorus:


“You're once, twice, three times a lady

And I love you”

It is a special moment to see each couple sitting at couches and tables next to one another. They are all in various seasons of life and in their relationships, but the Lord has faithfully led each couple together for His purposes. This cover reminds us to always cherish the ones we love. 

Towards the end of the video, we see the men stand up and sing with brilliant harmonies. They continue to each take peaks back at their brides. 

At the end, Bill jokes by saying, “And now that we’re living the end of our rainbow. Wish we had written that line.” They all laugh. He tells Gloria, “You’re still a lady.” The camera zooms in on Bill holding Gloria’s hand. Their love has stood the test of time. The Gaithers are in their old age and celebrating the gift of marriage. 

Watching this reminds us of the beautiful gift of marriage. God created marriage to be a reflection of His love for His people. Today, we celebrate that love from Him and the relationships around us who we are able to love as well.

“He who finds a wife finds a good thing and obtains favor from the Lord.” Proverbs 18:22


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