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Roger Whittaker – Momma Mary lyrics

Tell me how did you feel when the angel came into the garden?
How did you feel? How did you feel?
When he said "if you're afraid I beg your pardon,
But you're the one to bear god's son. "

Ref.:
Tell me how did you feel (how did you feel)
How did you feel (how did you feel)
Oh Momma, Momma Mary,
We wish you joy, we wish you joy.
Oh Momma, Momma Mary,
Your little boy, your little boy
Soon to be our saviour.

Tell me how did you feel on the final day
How did you feel? How did you feel?
When you arrived in Bethlehem to hear them say
"No food no table, save in the stable"

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Tell me how did you feel when the wise men came to see him?
How did it feel? How did it feel?
When shepherds and kings with precious things adored him
It had begun, here was the one.

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