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this great old song was recorded by Jim Reeves. This is a wonderful
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How Long Has it Been recorded by Jim Reeves written by Mosie Lister
C C7 Oh how long has it been since you talked with the Lord F C And told Him your heart's hidden secret G7 How long since you prayed Am How long since you stayed D7 G7 On your knees till the light shone through
C C7 How long has it been since your mind felt at ease F C And how long since your heart knew no burden F E7 Can you call Him your friend Am D7 How long has it been C G7 C Since you knew that He cared for you
C7 Oh how long has it been since you knelt by your bed F C And prayed to the Lord up in heaven G7 How long since you knew Am That He'd answer you D7 G7 And would keep you the long night through
C C7 How long has it been since you woke with the dawn F C And felt that the day's worth the living F E7 Can you call Him your friend Am D7 How long has it been C G7 C Since you knew that He cared for you
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