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96. Calvary

Refrain:
Calvary, Calvary, Calvary, Calvary, Calvary, Calvary,
Surely He died on Calvary.

1 Every time I think about Jesus,
Every time I think about Jesus,
Every time I think about Jesus,
Surely He died on Calvary. (Refrain)

2 Don't you hear the hammer ringing?
Don't you hear the hammer ringing?
Don't you hear the hammer ringing?
Surely He died on Calvary. (Refrain)

3 Don't you hear Him calling His Father?
Don't you hear Him calling His Father?
Don't you hear Him calling His Father?
Surely He died on Calvary. (Refrain)

4 Don't you hear Him say, "It is finished?"
Don't you hear Him say, "It is finished?"
Don't you hear Him say, "It is finished?"
Surely He died on Calvary. (Refrain)

Text Information
First Line: Every time I think about Jesus
Title: Calvary
Publication Date: 1990
Meter: 9.9.9.8 with refrain
Scripture:
Source: African-American spiritual
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Calvary, Calvary
Tune Information
Name: CALVARY
Meter: 9.9.9.8 with refrain
Key: c minor
Source: African-American spiritual



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