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Martin Smith)
1994 Curious? Music UK (PRS).
All Rights in the United States and Canada
Administered by EMI Christian Music
Publishing.
Did you feel the mountains tremble?
Did you hear the oceans roar?
When the lost began to sing of
Jesus Christ the risen one
Did you feel the people tremble?
Did you hear the singers roar?
When the lost began to sing of
Jesus Christ the saving one
We can see that God you're moving
A mighty river through the nations
When young and old return to Jesus
Fling wide you heavenly gates
Prepare the way of the risen Lord
Open up the doors, let the music play
Let the streets resound with singing
Songs that bring your hope
Songs that bring your joy
Dancers who dance upon injustice
Did you feel the darkness tremble
When all the saints join in one song
And all the streams flow as one river
To wash away our brokenness
We can see that God you're moving
A time of jubilee is coming
When young and old return to Jesus
Fling wide you heavenly gates
Prepare the way of the risen Lord



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