Gush - Dami Maverick Ft. Kunle Kenny, Defayo, Fidel & Fiyin Adeniyi

 Gush - Dami Maverick

Poet and songwriter, Dami Maverick releases a new single titled “Gush”, featuring Kunle Kenny, Defayo, Fidel & Fiyin Adeniyi.

A rainy evening and friends worshipping birthed a song specially crafted to stir up devotional fervently. “Gush” is a gospel song written and produce to encourage Christians, and indeed everyone who listens, to pray.

Dami Maverick’s desire is to minister the message of Christ via every art medium possible.


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Lyrics: Gush By Dami Maverick Ft. Kunle Kenny, Defayo, Fidel & Fiyin Adeniyi

And be not drunk with wine wherein is excess
But be filled with the Spirit
Speaking to yourselves in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs
Gush after gush
Wave after wave
Holy Ghost, rain
Gush after gush
Wave after wave
Holy Ghost, rain

The days of your glory are here
Oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh

There is an overflow
An overflow in me
There is a well deep
Deeper than the oceans

Oh I am drenched
I am drenched by the rain of the Spirit
For with stammering lips and another tongue
He will speak to these people
To whom He said
This is the rest with which you may cause the weary to rest
And this is the refreshing…

I am one with Christ
I am joined to Christ
I am the temple of the Holy Spirit
I am in the fullness of the Father
I am drenched in the overflow
This is where I live
I am at home in His fullness
My eyes are flooded with light
I am washed by the Spirit’s rain

I’ve taken of the water
I’ve taken, I’ve tasted
I’ve drunk and I’m full
Never thirst again
Never thirst again
Oh oh oh oh oh
That’s what it is
It’s who I am
I’m full
I’m full of the water
Oh oh oh oh oh
Lazarus is awakened
We have received deathless life
The prodigal son has returned home
He has been fed
He has been clothed
Not a servant
Now a son


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