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12463. We Sing Hallelujah

1 Today we celebrate Jesus’ birth
With our joyful expressions of mirth.
He came to redeem us, lost in sin,
O’er sin and death, our vict’ry did win.

Refrain:
We sing hallelujah to the King of kings!
We sing hallelujah to the Lord of lords!
We sing hallelujah to our Savior so dear,
Praise and worship the Lamb of God in awe and fear.

2 So great His love for us He did show,
No greater love than this can we know.
No greater debt to Him we will owe,
Than to tell His love to all we know. [Refrain]

3 He’s coming back and will always be
With us throughout all eternity.
In light of this, how then shall we live?
Our love, strength, and all to Him we give. [Refrain]

Text Information
First Line: Today we celebrate Jesus’ birth
Title: We Sing Hallelujah
Author: Scott Werdebaugh (2019)
Refrain First Line: We sing hallelujah to the King of kings!
Language: English
Copyright: © 2019 Scott Werdebaugh These words and mu­sic may be free­ly re­pro­duced or pub­lished for Chris­tian wor­ship or de­vo­tions, pro­vid­ed they are not al­tered, & this no­tice is on each co­py. All oth­er rights re­served.
Tune Information
Name: [Today we celebrate Jesus’ birth]
Composer: Scott Werdebaugh
Key: C Major
Copyright: © 2019 Scott Werdebaugh These words and mu­sic may be free­ly re­pro­duced or pub­lished for Chris­tian wor­ship or de­vo­tions, pro­vid­ed they are not al­tered, & this no­tice is on each co­py. All oth­er rights re­serve



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MIDI file: MIDI
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