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Wanda Jackson – Didn't He Shine lyrics

Didn't he shine
(Bob Mcdill - Allen Reynolds)
" © '71 Hall-Clement Publications "

To a world of fear and darkness came a light as bright as day
With a song of love and words of kindness he came to show the way
Oh his face was not recorded but the color of his skin
But his words wrote down upon the darkness and touched the hearts of men
All the people called him Jesus he was the man for all time
Just a simple man called Jesus but didn't he love didn't he shine
Let his light come brightly shining let it shine on you and me
Let it wash away all fear and sorrow let it set us free
All the people called him Jesus...
Didn't he shine didn't he shine didn't he shine
Didn't he shine didn't he shine didn't he shine
Didn't he shine didn't he shine didn't he shine



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