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God Takes Good Care Of Me Recorded by Debra Talley Written by Henry Slaughter
C D7 God takes real good care of me G7 C Every day His goodness I can see F G7 Am I serve Him with gladness I have no regrets D7 For He walks beside me G G7 Why should I worry why should I fret
C A7 D7 Faith to strengthen everyday G7 E7 His guiding light each step along the way A7 His goodness and His mercy everyday is mine D7 And I can call on Jesus anytime G7 C You see God takes good care of me
Every morning noon and night D7 He’s takes real good care of me G7 C I'll praise His Name throughout eternity F G7 Am He's solved every problem that I ever met D7 So I'm gonna trust Him G G7 Why should I worry why should I fret
C D7 My wonderful Friend He’s watching over me G7 E7 Through trouble and care or through whatever it be
He'll take care of me A7 I know there's lots of problems in this world today D7 But He's never been too busy to hear me when I pray G7 C You see God takes good care of me
D7 My wonderful God takes real good care of me G7 E7 Through trouble and care or through whatever it be
He'll take care of me A7 I know there's lots of problems in this world today D7 But He's never been too busy to hear me when I pray G7 C A7 God takes good care of me
D7 G7 C God takes good care of me
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