"Oh Death" as written by and Gerald Crabb....


A long time ago, Lazarus died

All hope seemed gone as his sisters cried

Jesus walked to where he laid

He called his name and he came out of the grave


Oh death, where is thy sting? Oh grave, where is thy victory?

you thought you had a hold on me but you were wrong, I?ve been set free


Oh, jesus hung on a rugged cross, he gave His life for a world once lost

He lay three days in a borrowed grave but when He came out I could hear Him say


Oh death, where thy sting? Oh grave, where is thy victory?

You thought you had a hold on me but you were wrong, I?ve been set free


One day I?ll lay this body down, they?ll dress me up and put me in the ground

But when Jesus comes in the sky, just listen close and you?ll hear me cry


Oh death, where is thy sting? Oh grave, where is thy victory?

You thought you had a hold on me but you were wrong, I?ve been set free


Oh death, where is thy sting? Oh grave, where is thy victory?

You thought you had a hold on me but you were wrong, I?ve been set free





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"Oh Death" as written by Gerald Crabb

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