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Slippers With Wings
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only, it's a very good gospel song recorded by Jeff and Sheri Easter.
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Slippers With Wings Recorded by Jeff and Sheri Easter Written by Wanda Dalton and Randall Hylton
G D7 Susie was three when she first blessed our home G We loved her as much as a child of our own C But her little legs were all twisted and frail G D7 G It was never meant for Susie to be well
D7 A7 In her little bedtime prayers she would say D7 Lord I know you've been busy today G But when you get some time oh please pretty please D7 A7 D7 Can I have some slippers with wings
G D7 She'd love to watch the kids on the playground nearby G They'd call Susie's name she’d wave and say hi C Her tiny teardrops would leave a window stain G D7 G But it wasn’t like our Susie to complain
D7 A7 She’d just say to her brown puppy dog D7 Little Scampy I know it won't be long G Till I run and play tag like my friends D7 A7 D7 God’s sending me pretty slippers with wings
G D7 Susie turned four but her tiny hands grew weak G Pain took its tole and the color left her cheeks C Christmas eve came and we prayed around Susie's bed G D7 G I still can hear the last words she said
D7 A7 Mommy mommy there's a man dressed in white D7 Daddy look he is shinny and bright G And he's holding some ribbon and string D7 A7 D7 Around a pretty pair of slippers with wings
G And if ever I was certain of one certain thing D7 A7 D7 Susie's wearing golden slippers with wings
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