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259. He Was Dying for Me

1 He was dying for me;
He was dying for me.
O it is wonderful!
How can it be?
He was dying for me, for me.

2 He was bleeding for me;
He was bleeding for me.
O it is wonderful!
How can it be?
He was bleeding for me, for me.

3 He was crying for me;
He was crying for me.
O it is wonderful!
How can it be?
He was crying for me, for me.

Text Information
First Line: He was dying for me
Title: He Was Dying for Me
Author: Unknown
Language: English
Publication Date: 1982
Topic: Jesus Christ: Atonement
Tune Information
Name: [He was dying for me]
Composer: Unknown
Arranger: Iris Stevenson
Key: D Major



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