Gloria (Mary's Song)

Written by: Glenn Packiam

For chords, lyrics and sheet music scroll down



Singing gloria in the highest
Singing gloria in the highest
(Singing gloria in the highest)

Staring at the stars tonight
Feeling so alone inside
I'm not sure You are hear with me
Carrying this Child in me is it true
How can it be
Is this Your plan to save humanity

Suddenly an angel's voice
Singing to the world rejoice
Light of God breaking through the clouds
Now behold the Baby's face
Picture of the Father's grace
God is here night is over now

My soul magnifies the Lord
And my spirit rejoices in God my Savior
I'll magnify the Lord
And I will rejoice in God my Savior

Copyright © 2009 Integrity Worship Music

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