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Posted:  27 May 2010 18:51
Searching everywhere for sheet music and accompiment tape. Written by Bishop Carroll McGruder.All help is Greatly appreciated.
Posted:  28 May 2010 05:18
http://music.christwill.com/search-results.ht ...

I don't know if the one you want is there but they have a lot of the older songs
hope this helps
Posted:  29 May 2010 18:20
NOT THERE. ANYONE KNOW OF ANY OTHER PLACE TO LOOK? THANKS THOUGH I GOT A FEW THERE!!!
Posted:  30 May 2010 01:09
the mcgrueters sings this song oh what a savior. the new version.  he wrote this song. i hope this is what you are looking for on you tube.
Posted:  25 Jan 2013 23:17   Last Edited By: mynaime
What a Saviour by McGruders

1. I've walked through vast valleys, surrounded by mountains,
with peaks that seemed too high to climb.
But I recall learning, how great mountain climbers,
they conquered one step at a time.
I've watched blue rivers, strong currents raging,
I wondered if they could be crossed.
But my rivers and mountains, became soft gentle fountains,
because of an old rugged cross.

Cho.We have a Saviour, such a wonderful Saviour.
Mercies atonment, stifled sin's judgement, and Grace made intercession, I'm free.
The pain and the heartache, that old suffering I can't take, purchased redemption for me,
The True Lamb of Calvary is the hope of Salvation, He died on an old rugged tree.

2. I've walked down sidewalks, of bright neon cities,
Where the skyscrapers reached for the sky.
I've seen the rich and the famous, in their glamour and glitter.
as they searched for some joy in the night.
While a few blocks from main street, in a old cardboard ghetto,
Another unknown life is lost, whether penthouse or skid row,
There's one thing I still know, there's hope in an old rugged cross.
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