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What Sins Are You Talking About?
Words and Music by Harold Lane and Ben Speer
© 1978 by Ben Speer Music
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Psalm 103:12
"As far as the east is from the west, so far hath he removed our transgressions from us."

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          I remember the days when I was bent low
          With the burdens of sin and strife,
          Then Jesus came in and rescued me,
          And He gave me a brand new life;
          And now as I thank Him day after day
          For washing my sins away,
          It seems I can almost hear
          The voice of the Blessed Savior say.

            Chorus
            "What sins are you talking about,
            I don't remember them anymore;
            From the Book of Life they've all been torn out
            I don't remember them anymore."

          When my flesh becomes weak it's then I can speak
          To the Savior Who's with me each day.
          "Oh, Father, forgive me, hear my plea,"
          And He washes my sins away.
          Each time that I bow to give Him thanks
          For removing my guilt and shame,
          He cannot recall what I'm talking about
          For His answer is always the same.

            Chorus
            "What sins are you talking about,
            I don't remember them anymore;
            From the Book of Life they've all been torn out
            I don't remember them anymore."

            (repeat Chorus)


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