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Carole Fredericks – Oh Happy Day lyrics

Oh happy day
(Oh happy day)
Oh happy day
(Oh happy day)

When Jesus washed
(When Jesus washed)
Oh, when he washed
(When Jesus washed)
When Jesus washed
(When Jesus washed)
He washed my sins away

(Oh happy day)
Oh happy day
(Oh happy day)

Oh happy day
(Oh happy day)
Oh happy day
(Oh happy day)

When Jesus washed
(When Jesus washed)
Oh, when he washed
(When Jesus washed)
When my Jesus washed
(When Jesus washed)
He washed my sins away

(Oh happy day)
Oh happy day
(Oh happy day)

He taught me how to watch
(Taught me how, watch)
Fight and pray
(My, my)
Fight and pray

And he'll rejoice in
(Rejoice's)
Everyday, happy day
(My, my)

Oh happy day
(Oh happy day)
Oh happy day
(Oh happy day)
Happy day, oh

Oh happy day
(My, my)
Oh happy day



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