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this is one is a fun to do country gospel recorded by Hank Snow.
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The Alphabet Recorded by Hank Snow Written by Cy Coben
G (Hear hear hear the alphabet D7 G Taken from the good book of the Lord
Hear hear hear the alphabet D7 G Taken from the good book of the Lord)
A is for Adam and he was the first man D7 B for the brimstone that rained on the land G C is for Cain he killed his brother you know D7 G D is for Daniel to the lions would go
E for Elijah up to heaven he went D7 F for the furnace where Shadrack was sent G G for Goliath by a boy he was slain D7 G H is for Hannah who prayed not in vain
I is for Isaac whom the Lord didn't fail D7 J is for Jonah and he lived in a whale G K is for Kingdom that divided by small D7 G L is for Lydia who listened to Paul
M is for Moses saw the light in the dark D7 N is for Noah who built the great ark G O for Obadiah and the prophets he fed D7 G P is for Peter and the tears that he shed
Q for Queen of Sheba and the wisdom she saw D7 R is for Ruth and all the good that she brought G S is for Stephen for he suffered a new D7 G T is for trumpet that at Jericho blew
U for Uriah whom David wished dead D7 V is for vengeance is mine the Lord said G W is for wisdom that was Solomon's skill D7 G X for the cross on Calvary's hill
Y is for Yosep by his brother was sold D7 Z for Zacharias who shared all his gold G Now if you've paid attention and you've listened to me D7 G Then you have had the Bible from A to Z
Repeat #1 x2
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