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Jesus built a bridge to Heaven.
A mighty, mighty bridge to Heaven.
Jesus built a bridge to Heaven,
With three nails, and two cross-ties.

Took His people by the hand.
Led them 'cross that barren land.
Pharaoh chased them night and day,
But the angel of the Lord kept him away.

Jesus built a bridge to Heaven.
A mighty, mighty bridge to Heaven.
Jesus built a bridge to Heaven,
With three nails, and two cross-ties.

A humble carpenter by trade.
You'll know him by the works he made.
No towers of stone, nor works of steel,
But a wooden cross on a wind swept hill.

Jesus built a bridge to Heaven.
A mighty, mighty bridge to Heaven.
Jesus built a bridge to Heaven,
With three nails, and two cross-ties.

No boulevard, no avenue.
Not a road by man can carry you.
A highway built by hands unseen,
To that city of gold for eternity.

Jesus built a bridge to Heaven.
A mighty, mighty bridge to Heaven.
Jesus built a bridge to Heaven,
With three nails, and two cross-ties.

Jesus built a bridge to Heaven.
A mighty, mighty bridge to Heaven.
Jesus built a bridge to Heaven,
With three nails, and two cross-ties.

Jesus built a bridge to Heaven.
A mighty, mighty bridge to Heaven.
Jesus built a bridge to Heaven,
With three nails, and two cross-ties.



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