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personal use only, Daryl Dasher does a great job on this wonderful country
gospel, I really enjoy his version.
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I Saw The Master This Morning Recorded by Daryl Dasher written by David Gillon and Sharon Higgins
G D7 G I saw the Master this morning D7 G As the sun was beginning to rise C G He was sailing white clouds across Heaven A7 D7 Removing the shadows of night
G D7 G He bent down and kissed all the roses G7 C Left blushing like sweet little girls G E7 I saw the Master this morn-ing G D7 G As He woke to wake up the world
D7 G Then gently He touched all the mountains D7 G And He gave all the robins their song C G Warm morning breeze caught the lyrics A7 D7 Then the mountain brook took it along
G D7 G Then He whispered over the mountain G7 C And the pretty white lilies unfurled G E7 I saw the Master this morn-ing G D7 G As He came down to wake up the world
C Dm Then a bright ray of sun broke the Heavens D7 G Spilled across the valleys and hills C Dm It shown on the river like diamonds A7 D7 Danced on ripples and rills
G D7 G And I bowed in the light of His presence G7 C Then a sweet loving peace filled my soul G E7 I saw the Master this morn-ing D7 G As He came down to wake up the world
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