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intended for your personal use, this beautiful song was recorded by Mel
Tillis and other artists. It's an extraordinary song, it takes a bit of
practice, but well worth the effort.
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He recorded by Mel Tillis written by Richard Mullen and Jack Richards [3/4 time]
C Em F C He can turn the tides and calm the ang-ry sea Dm Am Dm E7 He alone decides who writes a sym-pho-ny F Fm C Am He lights every star that makes the dark-ness bright B7 Em Dm G7 He keeps watch all through each long and lone-ly night
C Am Dm G7 He still finds the time to hear a child's first prayer Dm G7 C Saint or sinner calls and always finds him there Ab7 C Em Though it makes him sad to see the way we live Dm G7 C He'll always say I for-give
Em F C He can grant a wish or make a dream come true Dm Am Dm E7 He can paint the clouds and turn the gray to blue F Fm C Am He alone knows where to find the rainbow's end Bb Em Dm G7 He alone can see what lies beyond the bend
C Am Dm G7 He can touch a tree and turn the leaves to gold Dm G7 C He knows every lie that you and I have told Ab7 C Am Though it makes him sad to see the way we live Dm G7 C He'll always say I for-give
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can't think of a prettier gospel song than this great classic, it has
been recorded by Mel Tillis, Tammy Wynette, the McGuire Sisters and
Sonny James to mention a few. For me it's a little difficult but I'm
not a talented picker, I strum it while my wife sings and that works ok
for us. If you're not familiar with this song, make an effort to hear
it, when you do, you're going to want to learn it. Copy and paste He lyrics and chords, you'll be happy you learned this one.