When God Comes and Gathers His Jewels lyrics and chords
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your personal use, it's a great old country gospel by Hank Williams.
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When God Comes and Gathers His Jewels by Hank Williams 3/4 time G C The ceremony was over D7 G A lad stood alone in tears C For he had just said goodbye
G To the one he had loved through the years
C He stood all alone with his head bowed down
G As though his heart would break
C Then the Parson came over and took his hand
G And to him these words he did say
C When God comes and gathers his jewels
G All his treasures of diamonds and gold C You'll meet her up there up in heaven so fair
G When God comes and gathers his jewels
C Each night when the pale moon is shining
G You can see this lad all alone
C With his eyes lifted toward heaven
G He's repeating these words he was told repeat #3
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Williams wrote and recorded many songs during his short career with
many of them being country gospels. This classic would be a great
addition to your lyrics collection. The chords are easy to make and it
has a very nice melody, any of us can learn this one. Print When God Comes and Gathers His Jewels lyrics and chords, practice and enjoy.