Buzz Off! LCMS Lutheran Malaria Initiative Song
by Fred Baue
for The Lutheran Malaria Initiative
Buzz Off! (Buzz off, you nasty little bug!)
Buzz Off! (Buzz off, you nasty little bug!)
Am D Dm
Just get on out of the a- re- a
E7 Am G7
‘Cause we’re gettin’ rid of you and your malari- a
When God made the world, He made it right,
There were mosquitoes, but they didn’t bite.
Then along came the serpent, slick as you please.
Man fell. Then came sin, death and disease.
Then God made Jesus out of clay,
He died and rose, took our sins away,
And death and illness of body and soul.
He’ll come back and make this sick world whole.
Now God made you, and God made me,
For works He planned from eternity:
Works of mercy like Jesus done,
Right here. Right now, till kingdom come.
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