I Wonder How John Felt (When He Baptized Jesus)
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I Wonder How John Felt (When He Baptized Jesus) Recorded by George Jones Written by Billy Sherrill, Norro Wilson, Carmol Taylor
C F C Do you remember how you felt when you kissed your brand new bride D7 G7 Or the feeling that ran through you when you held your new born child C F C And when he called you daddy did you feel ten feet tall G7 C Well I heard about a man who must have had the greatest thrill of all
F C John was just an ordinary man like you and me D7 G7 And he did lotta preaching near the Sea of Galilee C Well he must have been a pretty good preacher F C Cause he sure could tell the news G7 C But he said there's a man coming after me and I can't tie His shoes
F I wonder how John felt when he baptized Jesus C D7 G7 How did he feel when Jesus came and said let it be done C F I wonder how John felt when he led Him in the water C G7 C Don't you know it was a blessin' to baptize God's only Son
F C John talked to a lot of people and many saw the light D7 G7 But what about walking up and shaking hands with Jesus Christ C F C I wonder if he trembled when he first saw the Man G7 C Don't you know he felt the spirit when he touched the Master's Hand
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