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All My Tears lyrics and chords

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All My Tears
Recorded by Emmylou Harris
Written by Julie Miller

When I go don't cry for me
C G Am
In my Father’s arms I'll be

The wounds this world left on my soul
C G Am
Will all be healed and I'll be whole

Sun and moon will be replaced
C G Am
With the light of Jesus face

And I will not be ashamed
C G Am
For my Savior knows my name

C Am
It don't matter where you bury me
C G Am
I'll be home and I'll be free
C Am
It don't matter where I lay
C G Am
All my tears be washed away

Gold and silver blind the eye
C G Am
Temporary riches lie

Come and eat from heaven's store
C G Am
Come and drink and thirst no more

So weep not for me my friend
C G Am
When my time below does end

For my life belongs to him
C G Am
Who will raise the dead again

Repeat #3


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