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"Jesus In Disguise" _[Verse 1:]_ Ever get something in your head? It's nothing you heard Or something you read Ever had a cut but you never saw a blade? Brought to your knees But you never prayed _[Chorus:]_ Jesus in disguise Jehovah passing by The burden of a tear Hanging in your eye Jesus in disguise A scar across the sky You were looking for a king You would never recognize Jesus in disgu-ah-hah-aah-ah-haa-ise _[Verse 2:]_ Ever feel like you been somewhere before? You hold the key You know which door Speak the word your lips have never known Because your heart Told you so _[Chorus:]_ Jesus in disguise Jehovah passing by The burden of a tear Hanging in your eye Jesus in disguise A scar across the sky You were looking for a king You would never recognize Jesus in disgu-ah-hah-aah-ah-haa-ise _[Bridge:]_ So open my eyes wide as I can Blind as I am Blind as I am So open my eyes wide as I can Blind as I am Blind as I am Jesus in disgu-ah-hah-aah-ah-haa-ise Jesus in disgu-ah-hah-aah-ah-haa-ise Jesus in disgu-ah-hah-aah-ah-haa-ise (So open my eyes wide as I can Blind as I am Blind as I am) Jesus in disgu-ah-hah-aah-ah-haa-ise (So open my eyes wide as I can Blind as I am Blind as I am)

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1 Sarah R = "Brandon Heath talking about this song, "I think about that verse in the Bible that talks about, "When I was naked, you clothed me. When I was hungry, you fed me." Jesus coming to us in all of those different forms, but not in a way that we would expect... Mother Theresa even talked about spending time with the poor. She would wake up greeting people at her doorstep or people there living in her commune. She said, "I spend all day with Jesus. These people are all hurting, orphans and widows, the forgotten. They are all Jesus in disguise," she says.""
2 Sarah R = "Heath has another song called, "Give Me Your Eyes," which is a prayer that God would open his eyes to the need around him and to see people as God sees them. I think this song ties in to that idea, that if we saw Jesus in others, we would be more likely to love them and help them."