The origin of the song "Amazing Grace" comes from John Newton, a slave trader, who wrote the hymn in 1772. The words for Amazing Grace were published in "Olney Hymns" in 1779. In 1835, William Walker, set the words to th... More »

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As of May 2015, the most popular "Amazing Grace" video on YouTube is the Amazing Grace Christmas House, which features a version from the album "Clubbing Christmas 2012" and has over 39 million views. The next most popul... More »

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"Amazing Grace" canvas prints refer to prints containing the text of the John Newton hymn "Amazing Grace" printed upon canvas. Typical of canvas prints, the canvas used for "Amazing Grace" canvas prints is stretched or g... More »

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A myriad of artists have covered the song "Amazing Grace," including Destiny’s Child, Mumford & Sons, Johnny Cash and Willie Nelson. Aretha Franklin recorded a live version of the song in 1972 for her album of the same n... More »

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"Amazing Grace" canvas prints refer to prints containing the text of the John Newton hymn "Amazing Grace" printed upon canvas. Typical of canvas prints, the canvas used for "Amazing Grace" canvas prints is stretched or g... More »

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The first verse of the hymn "Because He Lives" begins with "God sent His Son, they called Him Jesus; He came to love, heal and forgive." The stanza ends with "He lived and died to buy my pardon; an empty grave is there t... More »

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The traditional U.S. Marines' hymn contains lyrics that were featured in "Rhymes of the Rookies," a songbook that was published in 1917. W.E. Christian wrote the poems and songs found in the book. This song is the oldest... More »

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