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Baptism Recorded by Randy Travis Written by Mickey Cates
C Am F G7 The summer breeze made ripples on the pond C Am F G7 And rattled through the reeds and the willow trees beyond Am G7 F C Daddy in his good hat and momma in her Sunday dress F Em C G7 C Watched with pride as I stood there in the water up to my chest
A#7 F C And the preacher spoke about the cleansing blood F C Dm G7 As I sank my toes into that cool East Texas mud
C Am F G7 C Then it was down with the old man up with the new F C Dm G7 Raised to walk in the ways of light and truth Am F C F I didn't see no angels just a few saints on the shore C Am G7 F G7 C But I felt like a newborn baby cradled up in the arms of the Lord
Am F G7 Amazing grace oh how sweet the sound C Am F G7 There was glory in the air there was dinner on the ground Am G7 F C And my sins which were many were washed away and gone F C Dm G7 C Along with a buffalo nickel I forgot to leave at home
A#7 F C That seemed like such a small small price to pay F C Dm G7 For the blessed peace of mind that came to me that day
A#7 F G7 C This road is long and dusty sometimes the soul it must be cleansed A#7 F G7 And I long to feel that water rushing over me again
Am F C F I didn't see no angels just a few saints on the shore C Am G7 F G7 C But I felt like a newborn baby cradled up in the arms of the Lord
Am G7 F G7 Am F G7 C Felt like a newborn baby cradled up in the arms of the Lord
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