(+Lyrics +meaning +translation) Music Review – Exalted by Nathaniel Bassey 

Nathaniel Bassey is a Nigerian gospel artist. He is currently signed to Tehila Records.

What is the song Exalted by Nathaniel Bassey all about?

To be “Exalted” means to place someone “High.” It means to elevate someone or something.

In the song, Nathaniel Bassey sings about God’s exaltation in heaven and on earth. He is also exalting and glorifying God for His supremacy, for He is the Alpha and Omega, for everything .

Lyrics to Exalted by Nathaniel Bassey

Chorus

(Your name) Your name is exalted

In the heavens

Exalted in the earth

Hallelujah

(Your name 3x) Your name is exalted

In the heavens

Exalted in the earth

Hallelujah

Instrumentals

(Nathaniel Bassey)

Your name is exalted

In the heavens

Exalted in this place

Hallelujah

(Eh Jesus) Your name is exalted

 In the heavens

Exalted in the earth

Hallelujah

Verse 1  

(Sing Oh Lord, Oh Lord) Oh Lord

Your kingdom reigns forever

Your kingdom has no end

Hallelujah

(Oh Lord 3x) Oh Lord

Your kingdom reigns forever

Your kingdom has no end

Hallelujah

(Eh, common take it! Your name) Your name

 Is the Alpha and Omega

 Beginning and the end

Hallelujah

(Eh, Your name (3x) Your name

 (It is the Alpha) Is the Alpha and Omega

 (Beginning) Beginning and the end

Hallelujah

Chorus (Back-up singers)

Your name is exalted

In the heavens

Exalted in this place

Hallelujah

Your name is exalted

In the heavens

Exalted in this place

Hallelujah

Your name is exalted

 In the heavens

 Exalted in this place

 Hallelujah

(Sing, your name one more time) Your name is exalted

 In the heavens

 Exalted in this place

 Hallelujah

Repeat the verse

Oh Lord

Your kingdom reigns forever

Your kingdom has no end

Hallelujah

Your name

Is the Alpha and Omega

Beginning and the end

Hallelujah

Common clap your hands holy people!

He is here tonight!

Duration 7 minutes 36 seconds

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