Thy Burdens Are Greater Than Mine lyrics and chords
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Thy Burdens Are Greater Than Mine Recorded by Hank Williams written by Pee Wee King and Redd Stewart
C G7 C Traveling down a lonely highway F C I knew not where the road would end F C Not a penny in my pocket G7 C All alone without a friend
G7 C In a little country village F C I met a man and he was blind F C As I helped him cross the highway Am C G7 C Oh Lord I cried his burdens are greater than mine
F C I can see the light of day I need not feel my way G7 C Yes thy burdens are greater than mine
G7 C Met a lad while on my travels F C Trying hard to play the game F C Though his leg was very crippled G7 C And he could not speak his name
G7 C Yet he smiled in understanding F C Though life to him had been unkind F C And as I watched I cried in sorrow Am C G7 C Oh Lord I see his burdens are greater than mine
F C I can speak my name aloud make my way among the crowd G7 C Yes his burdens are greater than mine
G7 C Just by chance I passed a graveyard F C I saw a young man kneeling there F C In his hand there were some roses G7 C On his lips there was a prayer
G7 C On a stone these words were written F C Your soul is God's your memory mine F C And as I watched I cried in sorrow Am C G7 C Oh Lord I see his burdens are greater than mine
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