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Glad Tidings
Words by Ray Boltz, Steve Millikan, and Randy Melson, Music by Steve Millikan and Ray Boltz
In the beginning was the Word
And the Word was with God
In the beginning was the Word
And the Word was God
In Him was Life the Light of men
That shineth in the darkness
The darkness did not comprehend
This Light that dwelt among us
And so it was
The lowly shepherds lay
And suddenly
They heard an angel say
As they were frightened by a great light
CHORUS:
Glad tidings to all the world
Glad tidings we bring
Unto you is born this day Emmanuel
A Savior and a King
The angel said
No need to be afraid
I bring you tidings of great joy
For unto you is born this very day
A Savior, Jesus Christ the Lord
And then the heavens
Were filled with praise
CHORUS (repeat 2X)
1997 Shepherd Boy MusicASCAP (adm. by Word Music), Weedom



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