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[ Both ]
He turned the water into wine he turned the water into wine
In the little Canaan town the word went all around
That he turned the water into wine
[ Connie ]
He walked upon the Sea of Galilee well he walked upon the Sea of Galilee
Then he shouted far and wide and he calmed the raging tide
And he walked upon the Sea of Galilee
[ Both ]
He turned the water into wine...
[ Nat ]
He healed the leper and the lame yes he healed the leper and the lame
He said go and tell no man but they shouted it through the land
That he healed the leper and the lame
[ Both ]
He turned the water into wine...
[ Connie ]
He fed the hungry multitude he fed the hungry multitude
With a little bit of fish and bread they said everyone was fed
He fed the hungry multitude
[ Both ]
He fed the hungry multitude he walked upon the Sea of Galilee
He healed the leper and the lame he turned the water into wine



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