God Came Through Bellville Georgia
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by Tom T. Hall.
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God Came Through Bellville Georgia Written and recorded by Tom T. Hall
C Em F C I'll tell you all the story that I think you'll understand F C Travelin' through Georgia ramblin' cross the land Em F C I passed the Bellville depot and somethin' said to me F G7 C Stop here son there's something you should see
Em F C I stopped awhile and rested on the depot steps F C The tall pines waved and in the breeze the air was clear and fresh Em F C That Georgia winter sunshine was a warmin' up my back F G7 C And I saw a train comin' down the track
F C God came through Bellville Georgia F G7 C He was ridin' on the noonday train Em F C All power to Him and praise His Holy Name Am Em He never got off of the train C G7 C He never got off of the train
Em F C I've never had a day like that since I have been alive F C My body full of feelin' there was vision in my eyes Em F C I've traveled this world over just to meet that certain train F G7 C And I know my life will never be the same
Em F C Well I don't know where He's going but I know He likes to ride F C Across the hills and valleys through the prairies through the skies Em F C And I know the time is coming if the world don't ever change F G7 C Everybody's gotta meet that train
He never does Am He never got off of the train C G7 C He never got off of that train
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