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Faith Can Move Mountains
by Nat King Cole

Faith can move mountains
Darling, you will see
I can move mountains
If you have faith in me

Faith can work magic
This I find with you
Yours is the magic
To make my wishes come true

So, tell me again you love me
Kiss me, and I'll be strong
What couldn't I do when I know that you
Are here to help me along?

Yes, faith can move mountains
Darling, you will see
I can move mountains
If you have faith in me

So, tell me again you love me
Kiss me, and I'll be strong
What couldn't I do when I know that you
Are here to help me along?

Yes, faith can move mountains
Darling, you will see
I can move mountains
If you have faith in me

Yes, I can move mountains
If you have faith in me

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Written by: BEN RALEIGH, GUY WOOD

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Cynthia's Channel

WHAT A BEAUTIFUL MESSAGE, FOR SURE

Mark Constantine

Liquid gold.music for the soul

TOMBANCROFT

Some great memories in your selections ken. 'Faith' reminds me of when I was a newspaper boy in the 50's and used to sing this (and others) when delivering papers in the local flats (great acoustics on the stair cases) One time lady gave me a very generous Christmas tip thanking me for all the nice songs she had heard me sing (I went red as a beetroot - didn't know anyone wa listening!).

john atkinson

Of all the songs I know of Nat strange enough this one is new to me, thankfully.

Major Mazzaroth

I was listening to this and John. legend pooped in my mind.

Noides Del Bel

gostei,mas eu prefiro mais:..Fascination....

All4God

No

Peri Edelman

my father always sang this song to my friend faith he passed away 9/15 and renewed a friendship so faith really can move mountains

Mathew Sloan

I love this, I wish I lived back during his time

Walter Montague

I was in Camp Humphrey, in Korea 1963, had just come into my Unit, the 44th Field Artillery, with a load of diesel fuel. As I was putting the truck up, I heard this song coming from the Mess Hall, Oh, what memories.

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