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These Things Shall Pass lyrics and chords

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These Things Shall Pass lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very pretty song that isn't hard to learn, it was recorded by Johnny Cash.


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These Things Shall Pass
Recorded by Johnny Cash
written by
Stuart Hamblen

These things shall pass and some great morning
G D7
We'll look back and smile at heartaches we have known
So don't forget when shadows gather
G D7 G
The Lord our God is still the King upon His throne

D7 G
A rose looks gray at midnight but the flame is just asleep
A7 D7
And steel is strong because it knew the hammer and white heat
These things shall pass and life be sweeter
G D7 G
When love and faith are strong they cannot long endure

These things shall pass so don't you worry
G D7
The darkest time is just one hour before dawn
So hold up high and face your troubles
G D7 G
And don't despair if you must face them all alone

Repeat #2


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