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Must Jesus Bear This Cross Alone? lyrics

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Sam Cooke – Must Jesus Bear This Cross Alone? lyrics

Must Jesus bear this cross alone
And all this world go free?
There's the cross for everyone
And the the cross for me

Amazing grace, how sweet, how sweet it all sounds
I know, You saved, You saved the rich like me
Then I was once lost but know I now that I'm found
I was blind but now I know that I can see

Not alone, not alone, not alone
No Jesus cannot bear this cross alone
There's the cross for everyone and the cross for me

I came to my Jesus just as, just as I was
I was weary, I was wounded and sad
But I know that I found in Him a resting, a resting place
And now, right now my heart, my heart feel bad, oh, Lord

Not alone, not alone, not alone
No, not alone, oh, Jesus, not alone
No not alone, I know, the world go free
There's the cross for everyone and I know, the cross for me

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