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Clay Crosse – Midnight Cry lyrics

VERSE 1
I hear the sound
Of a mighty rushing wind
And it's closer now
Than it's ever been
I can almost hear the trumpet
And Gabriel sounds the chord
At the Midnight Cry
We'll be going home

CHORUS
When Jesus steps out
On a cloud to call his children
The dead in Christ shall rise
To meet him in the air
And then those that remain
Will be quickly changed
At the Midnight Cry
When Jesus comes again

VERSE 2
I look around me
I see prophecies fulfilled
And signs of the times
They're appearing everywhere
I can almost hear the father
As he says
Son go get your children
At the Midnight Cry
The bride of Christ will rise

REPEAT CHORUS + TAG
TAG:
And then those that remain
Will be quickly changed
At the midnight cry
When Jesus comes again
At the midnight cry
When Jesus comes again
When Jesus comes again



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