Easter Song

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Easter Bunny
Looking kind of funny
With your basket of eggs
Children singing
'What's the bunny bringing
For me on Easter Day?"

Mom is cooking
While we're out there looking
For the eggs hidden away
After church we
Gathered 'round with family
On this Easter Day.

Two thousand years ago
Jesus died for our sins
Remember his resurrection
And the joy it brings.

Flowers blooming
Springtime's looming
Everything is coming alive
Easter colors
Yellow, blue and others
Tell us Spring has arrived.

Children are playing
And everybody's saying
"So good to see you today!"
We're all together
The merrier the better
On this Easter holiday.

Two thousand years ago
Jesus died for our sins
Remember his resurrection
And the joy it brings.

Flowers are blooming
& Springtime's looming
Oh what a wonderful day
We're all together
The more of us the better
On this Easter holiday
A lovely Easter holiday
I like my Easter holiday!

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