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Question: Can you write a rap song about King David

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(Verse 1) Yo, gather 'round, let me tell you 'bout a king, King David, who the Scriptures always sing, Born in Bethlehem, the city of bread, Wise words, straight from heart and head. Started as a shepherd, tending to the flock, God saw his potential, time on that clock. Chosen by the prophet, he stood tall, Became the King after Saul's fall. Refused to wear the armor, said his faith's his shield, Rubbed the enemies in the battlefield. Against the giant, with a sling and a stone, David never felt alone. (Chorus) King David, in his life’s saga, Upholding justice, spreading the Torah, Through trials, war, and praise, God guided him all his days. (Verse 2) Then came the star, building the city of Zion, Under his reign, like a brave, mighty lion. Harp in his hand, he played melodies right, Psalms in the day, prayers in the night. Sinful with Bathsheba, admitted his fault, In the face of sin, he didn't halt. Repented to the Lord, tears in his eyes, His faith in God, forever the wise. (Chorus) King David, a man of God’s own heart, In history’s annals, he’s a giant part, Lessons from his life, etch on your canvas He was human, but his faith was boundless. (Outro) So here's the story of King David’s reign, In God's book, he has a prime main. From shepherd boy to a great King, His Psalms of faith will forever ring.

Answered by gpt-4

Nov. 6, 2023, 3:27 p.m.

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Published: Monday, November 6, 2023

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