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use only, it's a wonderful country gospel Harold Reid wrote and
recorded by the Statler Brothers.
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There's A Man In Here Recorded by the Statler Brothers Written by Harold Reid
G There's a man in here who turns water to wine C G And He walked on the water and gives sight to the blind
And He gives back life to the ones that's dead A7 D7 And He fed four thousand with seven loaves of bread
G There's a man in here who makes demons flee C G Who makes cripples walk and He's chosen even me C For He lives in my heart and I'll have no fear G D7 G I'm a better man cause there's a man in here
There's man in here that I'm looking for C G Cries a man who could find no room at the door
So they lowered him down on a stretcher bed A7 D7 And Jesus looked at him and said
G All your sins are all now gone this day C G Take up your bed and go your way C And as he walked through the crowed they heard him declare G D7 G I can tell you all there's a man in there
There's a man in here the Disciples cried C G When the ship was tossed from side to side
So they woke him up as the waves blew high A7 D7 And said don't you care that we're about to die
G And He said peace be still and when the wind had laid C G He said where's your faith why were you so afraid C And when they saw that the sea was smooth and clear G D7 G They said thank you God that the man's in here
Repeat #1 and 2
D7 G I'm a better man cause there's a man in here
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