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Footsteps Of My Lord lyrics

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Kitty Wells – Footsteps Of My Lord lyrics

Hear the thunder in the night
Hear that bawls of lightning strike
That's just the footsteps of my Lord.

Hear the tiny infant cry
Hear the dying say goodbye
That's just the footsteps of my Lord.

When I go out walking
I never have a fear
I know I'll never walk alone
'Cause my Lord's always near.

Hear the breezes in the trees
Hear the splashing of the seas
That's just the footsteps of my Lord.

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When I go out walking
I never have a fear
I know I'll never walk alone
'Cause my Lord's always near.

Hear the breezes in the trees
Hear the splashing of the seas
That's just the footsteps of my Lord.

That's just the footsteps of my Lord...



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