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I Know Recorded by the Oak Ridge Boys Written by Barbara George
C Some people say that this ole time religion G7 C Is just a thing of the past
But in this modern age that we're living G7 C It's the only thing that will last
Now you may think that I'm a little old fashioned G7 C Well friend that's alright with me
But I'm so glad that I am a Christian G7 C And from sin I have been set free
F I know I know there's no doubt about it C F He lives in my heart and I'm gonna shout it
I know I know my sins are forgiven C F And I'm on my way to a place that's called Heaven
C Not long ago at an old fashioned meeting G7 C I knelt on my knees there in prayer
He lifted my burdens sins shackles fell from me G7 C And His presence was so real everywhere
Now that the load that I carry is lighter G7 C And He changed the grey skies to blue
My steps are now higher for I have this assurance G7 C That His sweet love will carry me through
C Come go with me to that land over yonder G7 C He's prepared for the pure and the true
It's a place where sickness and death cannot enter G7 C I'm going brother how about you
Maybe today or maybe tomorrow G7 C He'll return in robes of pure white
I'm packing up now getting my things together G7 C Who knows it might be tonight
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