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God Ain't Finished With Me Yet Recorded by The Bellamy Brothers Written by David Bellamy
C You look at me like I ain’t got the right F To sing these songs about the Lord G7 Well I’m the first one to realize C That I may not deserve all His rewards
Yeah I’ve gambled with the devil more than once F But that don’t mean he’s won the bet G7 So won’t you try to be patient C God ain’t finished with me yet
I’ve rubbed everyone the wrong way F And I’ve never gone back to make it right G7 I’ve shunned the light of Jesus C Crawled on my belly through the night
I can feel His love within me F Just as sure as the falling rain is wet G7 So won’t you try to be patient C God ain’t finished with me yet
Some people change their lives overnight F And I guess that I should to G7 Cause I know if I died tomorrow C I’d have a lot of explaining to do
But a slow change is better than no change F So please don’t forget G7 Just try to be patient C God ain’t finished with me yet
I lived my life the hard way F So long it seemed unnatural to go straight G7 But He sparred my butt so many times C And I always used to chalk it up to fate
But now I know it’s something more F And I’m leaving my old life of regret G7 So won’t you try to be patient C God ain’t finished with me yet
Yeah a slow change is better than no change F So please don’t forget G7 Just try to be patient C God ain’t finished with me yet
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