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Bike Paths – If You Don't Find Him lyrics

You know I really don't mind
You know I really don't mind
If you don't find the Lord that's fine with me

You know I really don't mind
You know I really don't mind
If you don't find Him that's fine with me

Whooo-whooo
I told you once before
If you don't find that Jesus that's fine with
Whooo-whooo
I told you once and I'll say it again
If you don't find that Jesus he'll send you straight to hell

You know The Bible is not so bad
You know The Bible is not so bad
There's lot of good stories in The Bible

You know The Bible is not so bad
You know The Bible is not so bad
You should try reading it some time, you might learn something

Whooo-whooo
I told you once before
If you don't find the Jesus, he'll send you straight to hell
Whooo-whooo
I told you once and I'll say it again
If you don't find that Jesus, he'll send you straight to hell

Whooo-whooo
I told you once before (and I'll tell you again)
If you don't find Christ, that's fine with me
Whooo-whooo
I told you once and I'll say it again
If you don't find that Christ, he'll send you straight to hell



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