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1 They say my Lord was but a man
Who struggled on like you and me
To give the world a perfect plan
Of what a perfect man should be.
But I know He has redeemed me,
From my sin he set me free,
Yes I know He has redeemed me,
For He died on Calvary.
2 They say my Saviour could not be
The Son of God my Lord divine;
That He was but a man like me,
With passion in His heart like mine, [Refrain]
3 They say the world was wiser grown;
He could not suffer in my stead;
Nor could He for my sin atone,
For me His blood could not be shed. [Refrain]Source: Alexander's Gospel Songs #115