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There are some things
I may not know
There are some places
Oh Lord, I cannot go

But I am sure
Of this one thing
That God is real
For I can feel
Him in my soul

Yes, God is real
Oh, He's real in my soul
Yes, God is real
For He has a washed
And made me whole

His love for me
Is just like pure gold, oh Lord
My God is real
For I can feel
Him in my soul

Yes, God is real
Oh yes, God is real in my soul
Yes, God is real
For He has washed
And made me whole

His love for me
You know it's just like pure gold
Oh yes

Yes, God is real
For I can feel
Him in my soul



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    Ulysses LaranjoJun 16, 2013 at 3:36 pm
    MY GOD IS REAL.... I learned the song when I was only 15 yrs old, after learning to play an accordion. And I can't forget my close friend Rudy De Los Reyes taught me the song. It became my most favorite song of all time. I am now 63 and I still sing the song. I'm proud to say I have my own style singing this song that anyone hears appreciates. I really thank the Lord God for the song that clearly emphasized His reality. It leads me to put my full trust in Him...
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    Clara F. CroakerApr 24, 2013 at 6:35 pm
    I love Mahalia Jackson's songs they will lift your spirit. and touch the soul. Her songs sounds like she is still alive, isn't this amazing?

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