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Michael English – Mary, Did You Know lyrics

Intro: Em D C B7 Em D C B7
Em D
Mary did you know that your baby boy
C B7
Would someday walk on water?
Em D
Mary did you know that your baby boy
C B7
Would save our sons and daughters?
C D
Did you know that your baby boy
G D Em
Has come to make you new?
Am7
This child that you've delivered
Em7 B7
Will soon deliver you.
Em D
Mary did you know that your baby boy
C B7
Will give sight to a blind man?
Em D
Mary did you know that your baby boy
C B7
Will calm a storm with His hand?
C D
Did you know that your baby boy
G D Em
Has walked where angels trod?
Am7
When you've kissed your little baby
Em B7
Then you've kissed the face of God.
Em D C B7
Em
Mary, did you know...?
D C
B7
Mary, did you know...?
C D
The blind will see, the deaf will hear
G Em
The dead will live a-gain
C D
The lame will leap, the dumb will speak
G B7
The praises of the Lamb.
Em D
Mary, did you know that your baby boy
C B7
Is Lord of all creation?
Em D
Mary, did you know that your baby boy
C B7
Will one day rule the nations?
C



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