Use This Gospel

by Kanye West with: Clipse,Kenny G

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Lyrics for Use This Gospel by Kanye West:

Intro: Kanye West
Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh
Oh, oh, oh, oh-oh, oh, oh
Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh
Oh, oh, oh, oh-oh, oh, oh

Chorus: Kanye West
Use this gospel for protection
It's a hard road to Heaven
We call on Your blessings
In the Father, we put our faith
King of the kingdom
Our demons are tremblin'
Holy angels defendin'
In the Father, we put our faith

Post-Chorus: Kanye West
Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh
Oh, oh, oh, oh-oh, oh, oh

Verse 1: Pusha T
How could He not be the greatest?
In my bed, under covers when undercovers had raided
My presence is happy belated
Fashionably late, I'm just glad that you made it
The best is yet to come, I'm just glad that you waited
They all say they real 'til it's time to appraise it
I seen them come and go, you only the latest
But who am I to judge? I'm crooked as Vegas

Chorus: Kanye West
Use this gospel for protection
It's a hard road to Heaven
We call on Your blessings
In the Father, we put our faith
King of the kingdom
Our demons are tremblin'
Holy angels defendin'
In the Father, we put our faith

Verse 2: No Malice
A lot of damaged souls, I done damaged those
And in my arrogance, took a camera pose
Caught with a trunk of Barry Manilows
They sing a different tune when the slammer close
From the concrete grew a rose
They give you Wraith talk, I give you faith talk
Blindfolded on this road, watch me faith walk
Just hold on to your brother when his faith lost

Saxophone Solo: Kenny G

Outro: Kanye West
Oh, oh, oh (Work, work, work, work)
Oh, oh, oh (Work, work, work, work)
Oh, oh, oh (Work, work, work, work)
Oh-oh, oh, oh (Work, work, work, work)
Oh, oh, oh (Work, work, work, work)
Oh, oh, oh (Work, work, work, work)
Oh, oh, oh (Work, work, work, work)
Oh-oh, oh, oh (Work, work, work, work)

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Song Facts

“Use This Gospel” is a spiritual track from Kanye West and rap group Clipse—a former duo that was comprised of Pusha T and No Malice—which is centered around asking God for forgiveness and showing gratitude for his many blessings.

This track is an updated version of the scrapped Yandhi track, “Law of Attraction.” While the two share many similarities, noticeable differences include a different chorus and vocals from the aforementioned rap duo. It also removes the original vocals from Ant Clemons, a then rising artist who was heavily involved in the creation of the original Yandhi.

This track marks the first joint effort between No Malice and Pusha T since No Malice’s August 2013 track “Shame the Devil.”

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