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Mary Did You Know?

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              D#m            C#
Mary, did you know that your baby boy
      G#m             A#
Would someday walk on water
              D#m            C#
Mary, did you know that your baby boy
      G#m               A#
Would save our sons and daughters?
        B              C#
Did you know that your baby boy
    F#      C#       D#m
Has come to make you new?
     G#m
This child that you've delivered 
     A#
Will soon deliver you
 
Mary, did you know that your baby boy
Will give sight to a blind man?
Mary, did you know that your baby boy
Would calm a storm with his hand
Did you know that your baby boy
Has walked where angels trod?
When you've kissed your little baby
Then you've kissed the face of God
 
    B                   C#
The blind will see, the deaf will hear
    F#        C#    D#m
The dead will live again
    G#m                 C#
The lame will leap, the dumb will speak
    G#m            A#
The praises of the Lamb
 
Mary, did you know that your baby boy
Is Lord of all creation?
Mary did you know that your baby boy
Will one day rule the nations?
Did you know that your baby boy
Was heaven's perfect Lamb?
This sleeping child you're holding
Is the great  "I Am"?

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