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a very good country gospel song recorded by Charley Pride.
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Little Delta Church Recorded by Charley Pride Written by George Knight
Intro: C C7 F C G7 Amazing Grace how sweet the sound that saved a wretch like me
C F C Along the river by the road near a Mississippi town G7 Was a place where my family loved to go C F Was the church house with a steeple and was always filled with people C G7 C Cause the neighbors came from miles and miles around
F C As a boy and as a man in the front row I would stand G7 And raised my voice to God up in the sky C F Everybody joined the singing till the little church was ringing C G7 C With songs like In The Sweet By And By
G7 In the sweet by and by C We shall meet on that beautiful shore F C Though I've long been lost in sin I can dream it back again G7 C To the little church that's nestled in my mind
F C In the early part of May delta nights were hard to take G7 So we opened up the windows and the doors C F C The congregation's sat and fanned some with bibles in their hands G7 C Out into the night the words of God would pour
Precious memories how they linger F C How they ever flood my soul F C In the stillness of the midnight G7 C Precious sacred scenes unfold
G7 In the sweet by and by C We shall meet on that beautiful shore F C Though I've long been lost in sin I can dream me back again G7 F C To the little church that's nestled in my mind
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