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Shepherd Of Love lyrics and chords

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Shepherd Of Love
Recorded by Jim Reeves

C G7
My love is so young like a lamb from the fold
C
A promise to have a promise to hold
G7
Till she’s old enough and the promise comes true
F C
Shepherd of love here’s what you must do

Am C
Walk with her when she walks to school
F C
Watching her when she breaks through
Am Em
Until she’s mine for all time
F
As I know someday she’ll be
C
Shepherd of love watch over her for me
F C
Shepherd of love watch over her for me

G7
It’s only a page in the story of life
C
Till she’s old enough and I make her my wife
G7
Make her wise and always keep her free from all harm
F C
Until I can hold her safe in my arms

Repeat #2

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