WOMAN IN THE NIGHT (words by Brian Wren)                    

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one verse and refrain played on piano by Ron Klusmeier.

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Lyrics

Woman in the night,
spent from giving birth,
guard our precious light;
peace is on this earth.
Woman in the crowd,
creeping up behind,
touching is allowed:
seek and you will find!

Come and join the song,
women, children, men.
Jesus makes us free;
free to live again!

Woman at the well,
question the Messiah;
find your friends and tell:
drink your heart’s desire!
Woman at the feast,
let the righteous stare;
come and go in peace;
love him with your hair!

Come and join the song…

Woman in the house,
nurtured to be meek,
leave your second place,
listen, think and speak!
Women on the road,
from your sickness freed,
witness and provide,
joining word and deed:

Come and join the song…

Women on the hill,
stand when men have fled;
Christ needs loving still,
though your hope is dead.
Women in the dawn,
care and spices bring,
earliest to mourn,
earliest to sing!

Come and join the song…

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