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Rise and Shine  Randy Travis

Randy Travis
Verse 1: (intro starts with B)
[E]A baby in a manger, the town of Bethlehem,
the wise men had the heart to know
He [F#]was the great I am.
They [B]crossed the desert many miles
to [A]kneel down at his [E]feet
The [B]star that led them seemed to tell them
[F#]what had come to [B]be
The [E]Son[D]'s gonna rise and [B]shine
Make the lame walk, the deaf talk,
and give [F#]sight back to the blind
[B]Bring a light into the darkness,
that [A]no one can [E]deny
As sure as there's a heaven,
the [F#]Son's gonna rise and [B]shine
Verse 2:
[E]At the age of thirty-three, the prophecy fulfilled
On the cross at calvary his [F#]blood for man was spilled
the [B]sky was black as midnight,
but [A]'neath the dark and [E]gloom
[B]Voices rang and angels sang
[F#]dancing 'round the [B]tomb
The [E]Son[D]'s gonna rise and [B]shine
He'll take away the keys of death,
the [F#]grave will lose it's bind
[B]Hell will be defeated in [A]three days of [E]time
On resurrection morning,
the [F#]Son's gonna rise and [B]shine
It's[E] been two-thousand years,
but the [D]story's still the same
For [E]those who will believe him
and [F#]call upon his name
The [E]Son[D]'s gonna rise and [B]shine,
Heal the sick, raise the dead, the [F#]Savior of mankind
The [B]day will be soon dawning will [A]be the end of [E]time
King of Kings, Lord of Lords
The [F#]Son's gonna rise and [B]shine
Jesus, Son of Glory, will [A]save your soul and [E]mine
Brother are you ready,
The [F#]Son's gonna rise and [B]shine !!!

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