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Worl-A-Girl - The Ten Commandment album

Worl-A-Girl - The Ten Commandment album
  • Performer Worl-A-Girl
  • Title The Ten Commandment
  • Country US
  • Other formats AIFF ADX VOC TTA MIDI MOD XM
  • Genre Reggae
  • Size MP3 1433 mb
  • Size FLAC 1523 mb
  • Rating: 4.1
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Ten Commandments" is a song by Lil' Mo featuring Grammy Award–winning rapper Lil' Kim from the former's sophomore effort, Meet the Girl Next Door (2003). Although Elektra Records had announced in December 2002 that the song would be released as Meet the Girl Next Door's second single, plans for the release never followed resulting in a promotional "street" release a month prior to the release of Meet the Girl Next Door.

Worl-A-Girl ‎– Worl-A-Girl. Label: Sony Records ‎– SRCS 7309. Worl-A-Girl ‎(Cass, Album, Promo).

The record of the Ten Commandments can be found in the Bible, both in Exodus 20:2-17 and Deuteronomy 5:6-21. The Ten Commandments were written by God upon two tablets of stone and then given to Moses on Mount Sinai. Most scholars date this event around the 13th or 14th century BC. God gave the Decalogue, or 10 Commandments, to the Israelites shortly after they left Egypt. The record of the Ten Commandments can be found in the Bible, both in Exodus 20:2-17 and Deuteronomy 5:6-21. Ten Commandments list. You shall have no other gods before Me. You shall make no idols.

5. Give It to Me. Rick James, Worl-A-Girl.

For the French musical of 2000, see Les Dix Commandements (musical). The Ten Commandments: The Musical is a musical with music by Patrick Leonard and lyrics by Maribeth Derry. The book is adapted from the French musical Les Dix Commandements created by Élie Chouraqui from an idea by Albert Cohen. The musical debuted at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood on September 21, 2004. It was directed by Robert Iscove, with choreography by Travis Payne and costumes by Max Azria

Check our Ten Commandments for Kids page, which also has a PDF for easy download and printing. Division of the Ten Commandments by Religion & Denomination. The "Philonic Division", dating back to the first century, is taken from the texts of Philo and Josephus. In their writing the first commandment ends after verse 3 and has the second commandment as verses 4-6. Some Lutheran churches utilize a version which divides the Ninth and Tenth Commandments (9. Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's house; 10. You shall not covet your neighbor's wife, or his workers, or his cattle, or anything that is your neighbor's).


A The Ten Commandment
B More Commandment

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
VPRD5161 Worl-A-Girl The Ten Commandment ‎(12") Joe Frasier VPRD5161 US Unknown