"River of Jordan" as written by and Hazel Houser ...
To the river of Jordan, our savior went one day
And we read that John the Baptist met him there
When John baptized Jesus in Jordan's rushing waters
The mighty power of God filled the air


CHORUS#1:
Well I'm on my way, (to the River of Jord an)
I'm gonna wade right in, (in the rushing waters)
I'm going down (I'm going down to the River of Jordan)
And let the cool waters cleanse my soul


King Naaman was stricken with dreaded leprosy
And he sent for the man of God to pray
But Elisha said to Naaman, go dip yourself in Jordan
And let the cool water wash your spots away


2nd CHORUS
So he went right down (to the River of Jordan)
He went right in (in the rushing waters)
to dip himself (he dipped himself in the River of Jordan)
And the cool waters made him whole


The River of Jordan is many miles away
This mighty river I may never see
But I'll find myself an alter, in an old fashioned church
My River of Jordan that will be


1st Chorus
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