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Words and Music by Shawn McMullen


Destroy this temple and in three days
I will raise it up

Early
Sunday morning
As the noon day was dawning
Came Mary Magdalene
And the other Mary to the tomb

Behold
There was a great earthquake

For the angel of the Lord descended from heaven
The angel of the Lord descended from heaven
The angel of the Lord descended from heaven
The angel of the Lord descended from heaven

And rolled
Rolled
And rolled
Back the stone

His countenance was like lightning
And His raiment was as white as snow
Oh, oh, oh

And for fear of Him
The keepers did shake
And became as dead men

Fear not
Fear not
Fear not
For I know ye seek Jesus
Who was crucified.

He is not here
He is not here
He is not here
(Why are you looking for the living among the dead)
He is not here
For He has risen as He said

Come
See the place where the Lord lay
Remember how He said
While He was yet in Galilee

I'll rise
I’ll rise
I’ll rise
I’ll rise
Again

Hallelujah
Hallelujah
Hallelujah
Hallelujah
Hallelujah
Hallelujah

Amen
Amen, amen
Amen, amen, amen



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