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Posted:  11 Nov 2008 22:33
I AM TRYING TO LOCATE THE WORDS TO THIS SONG, BUT I AM NOT SURE OF THE TITLE. I ONLY REMEMBER THE PART OF THE CHORUS,  OH NO I CNA'T SAY ANYTHING, BAD ABOUT JESUS, HE'S BEEN TO GOOD TO ME, HE SAVED MY SOUL, CLEANSED AND MADE ME WHOLE.. THAT IS ALL I KNOW. I SING IN CHURCH WITH 2 OTHER GIRLS, AND WE WOULD REALLY APPRECIATE IT IF ANYBODY CAN HELP.... THANKS IN ADVANCE.....
Posted:  30 Jan 2011 20:19
I cant say anything bad about Jesus He 's been too good to me.
He saved my soul he cleansed and made me whole and gave me victory.
At times I feel His sweet peace  He is my everything.
You know I cant say anything bad about Jesus he's been too good to me.

Verse
You know he saved my soul from sin.
Gave me joy and peace within
( and I can't remember the rest )
Posted:  11 Feb 2011 04:05
1st Verse
They asked Barnabas the blind man
who sat by the wayside in need
To tell what he thought about Jesus

How he who was blind now could see
He told all the good things of Jesus
How he who was bound now is free
He said...I can't say anything bad about Jesus
He's been too good to me.

2nd Verse
Posted:  12 Mar 2011 22:40
Is this all the words to the song?  I have been wanting them too!!  Thanks!!!
Posted:  03 May 2012 04:01
The 2nd verse. Some people so careless abuse him, and use his great name so in vain.  But down came the.glory from heaven and for all their sins Christ was slain.  I'm so glad that I learned of his great love and no more do I darken his name.  Oh no I can't say anything bad about Jesus he's been to good to me.
Posted:  14 May 2013 22:37
who  sings  the  song  I   cant  say  anything   bad   about   jesus
Posted:  26 Jun 2014 16:51
Kevin Spencer
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