You know the era for these songs may be dead but the WORDS LIVE! This is two of the songs GOD used to speak to my soul and I pray it reach the heart of the listener. Both these songs did great wonders for me friend! When I listened to wretched music wretched I was and that is truth! I pray this bring someone out there to God as it did me. Surrender your will to God my friends and give your self away! I pray these songs bless you my friend! ❤
(of a person) in a very unhappy or unfortunate state.
"I felt so wretched because I thought I might never see you again"
synonyms: miserable, unhappy, sad, heartbroken, grief-stricken, sorrowful, sorry for oneself, distressed, desolate, devastated, despairing, disconsolate, downcast, dejected, crestfallen, cheerless, depressed, melancholy, morose, gloomy, mournful, doleful, dismal, forlorn, woebegone; informalblue; literarydolorous
"I felt so wretched without you"
unfortunate, unlucky, luckless, ill-starred, blighted, hapless, poor, pitiable, downtrodden, oppressed;
"the wretched dweller in the shantytown"
of poor quality; very bad.
"the wretched conditions of the slums"
synonyms: harsh, hard, grim, stark, difficult; poor, impoverished; pitiful, pathetic, miserable, cheerless, sordid, shabby, seedy, unhealthy, insalubrious, dilapidated; informalscummy
"their living conditions are wretched"
terrible, awful, dire, atrocious, dreadful, bad, poor, lamentable, deplorable;
used to express anger or annoyance.
"she disliked the wretched man intensely"
synonyms: despicable, contemptible, reprehensible, base, vile, loathsome, hateful, detestable, odious, ignoble, shameful, shabby, worthless; informaldirty, rotten, lowdown, lousy
"he's a wretched coward"
informaldamn, damned, blessed, cursed, flaming, confounded, rotten, blasted, bloody
"I don't want the wretched money"