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Mark

Christian popular music from the late 60s and early 70s

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Just wondered if anyone remembers a song that was on Christian radio that I heard in the late 70s.  "I am a Roman soldier, centurion of strength.  I've been in Judea these 5 long years"  are the opening lyrics (and the only lyrics I remember)!

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I can't help you there Mark. I see this is your first post, so welcome to the forum. I hope you'll enjoy your stay here.

 

Hi There In Green Smiley Face, Emoticon

 

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I don't know, but you might find the answer by searching  those lyrics in Google. 

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This gave me a chuckle   googled it this showed up a split second i had hope 

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2 hours ago - Just wondered if anyone remembers a song that was on Christian radio that I heard in the late 70s. "I am a Roman soldier, centurion of strength.
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I have spent ages on Google, to no avail, but thank you.

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