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On a dark cold day, Jesus died on Calvary on a cross - nailed by his hands
And feet. Buried in the tomb, never to rise. But little did they know he
Would rise again. Jesus lives.

Low, low in the grave He lay
Jesus my Savior
Waiting the coming day
Jesus my Lord

Oh, and vainly, vainly they watched His bed
The bed of my Jesus
And vainly, vainly they sealed the dead
Jesus my Lord

Death cannot keep it's prey
Jesus my Savior
He tore the bars away
Jesus my Lord

Up from the grave
Yes, He arose
Hey hey hey hey hey
My Jesus lives

He arose, yes He arose, yes He arose (up from the grave He, up from the
Grave He arose)
He lives forever (up from the grave He, up from the grave He arose)

Up from the grave He, He arose (He arose)
With a mighty triumph o'er His foes (He arose)
He arose a victor from the dark domain
And He lives forever with His saints to reign
He arose (He arose)
He arose (He arose)
Hallelujah! Hallelujah! Christ arose!

Repeat Verses 1-3 (with energy)

Repeat Chorus

He arose (He arose)
He arose (He arose)
Hallelujah (x7)
He arose!

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