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Crabb Family – Not Even A Stone lyrics

The soldiers led Jesus from a courtroom of mockery and nailed him to an old cross to die, They laughed at his statement, "I'll rise again, you'll see", One pierced a sharp spear in his side, And his cryin was finished he was heard from the hillside, He was placed in a tomb by his friends, His words were remembered by mary as she cried, I must die but I'll live again

Not even the grave clothes, Not even a stone, Not even the soldiers that watched all night long, Not even the great Roman seal at the door, all the powers of darkness couldnt hold down our Lord

If you journey to Jerusalem to the grave that held Jesus, you'll find that his body is gone, There's still an echo that shouts at the devil, "you're defeated, Christ Jesus has won"

(repeat chorus twice)



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